Psychologists are well-placed (in my opinion) to know what denotes a 'normal' human experience. We are privileged to share the inner
workings of humans on a daily basis after all, able to observe commonalities in stories, concluding that many of us share incredibly similar experiences. Yet often, we feel as though we're the only ones who... Here in Analyse This we bust those faulty beliefs wide open by normalising the most common of human experiences. But wait, there's more! We'll also be throwing in some practical coping strategies too. Who needs more steak knives anyway...
Psychology & Science is a British website that examines the latest research as well as discussion of topical stories, concerning the areas of psychology and science that contribute to our understanding of health and well-being. Psysci blogger, Marcus Clarke, is a guest writer today for The Psychology of It, adding to our articles on Social Anxiety Disorder and the evolution of anxiety, Marcus writes for us about how social connection rewires the brain.
Praised for her warm rich tone, mezzo-soprano Dannielle O’Keefe, brings joy to audiences across a broad spectrum of music genres. A graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts and The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music at The University of Melbourne, Dannielle is dedicated to the art of performance and loves to inspire people through music. Not only that, but she is also a TimTam Slam loving mountain climber who has conquered base camp at Mount Everest, Macchu Picchu and Cotopaxi to name but a few. We're so blessed that Danni has also shared her talent for writing with us here at The Psychology of It. This is an article for everyone.