Theories

IDENTITY CRISES IN ADOLESCENCE

“Nobody understands me, I don't enjoy anything, I constantly make mistakes, I hate...

JONAH COMPLEX

The Jonah Complex is named after the concept of ‘self-sabotage‘, which arose from...

JOHN GOTTMAN'S LOVE LABORATORY

John Gottman was born on October 26, 1942 in Germany. He is the director of the...

THE ATTACHMENT TYPES AND RELATIONSHIPS

The attachment theory that John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth studied refers to the...

THE NEED TO BELONG

The need for belonging is a fundamental psychological need that represents the desire...

MOTIVATIONAL THEORY (PROCHASKA)

Motivation is a word of Latin origin and is derived from the word 'movere', which...

SELF-DISCREPANCY THEORY

Have your ever experienced that you are not belong to situations which you are in?...

DREAMS: THE REALM OF MEANINGS

Dreams are a way to self-discovery by deciphering their meanings, waiting to be...

Transactional Analysis

Transactional analysis is a theory that aims to explain many areas of psychology...

Theory of Constructed Emotion

For each event or moment we experience in our lives, our brain matches an emotion....

BEING ILL WITH ILLNESS

Have you ever found yourself constantly thinking that you have a disease? Or have...

ELECTRA COMPLEX: ARE FATHERS REALLY THE FIRST LOVE OF THEIR...

The Electra complex is a theory put forward by Carl Gustav Jung and corresponds...

JEAN PIAGET

Jean Piaget was born in August 1896 in Neuchatel, Switzerland. He wrote his first...

ATTACHMENT THEORY

Human is a social entity. He lives a healthy life by connecting with people, interacting...

PATHOLOGICAL FORM OF JEALOUSY - OTHELLO SYNDROME

"Darling, I trust you, but I don't trust the environment. I know you can do no wrong,...

SATIR'S EXISTENTIAL/HUMANIST APPROACH

Family is the most fundamental place where individuals begin to learn about life....