The large family was once the norm. With the advent of birth control, large families were no longer the norm. In fact, large families were seen as undesirable to all involved, particularly children.
This is the first edition of a new series which answers readers questions about psychology. This edition answers questions about narcissistic personality disorder.
It is quite fashionable today to say that evil does not exist at all. Everything is situational & morally relative. However, EVIL does exist in all of ITS myriad forms.
In this hub I talk about Stockholm Syndrome: What it is, it's roots in human evolution, where the term originated, and victims of the psychological phenomenon.
If you are with someone who has Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), then you are most likely in a very tumultuous relationship. People with BPD are typically troubled inwardly and have poor impulse control, which creates a lot of conflict and...
Is evil born or made? The way you answer this question may depend on your general outlook on life, are you a glass half full or a glass have empty kind of person? Do you believe humans are inherently
There are people who frequently, if not always, put the needs & concerns of others first while forgetting their own. They believe that they are noble but there are ramifications for their actions.
In some families, it is commonplace for oldest children to assume parenting responsibilities regarding their younger siblings which forfeits their childhood & adolescence. It also interferes w/their schoolwork & other activities which they would like to pursue.
Only children are oftentimes misjudged, even demonized & marginalized by those with siblings. However, prejudice against only children are very, even extremely prevalent in those from large families.
For oldest/older children in large/very large families, it ISN'T the proverbial day at the beach nor walk in the park. They're expected to be adults early, be perfect or near it, & place others FIRST.