"I LOVE YOUR TEACHER." WHAT IS STOCKHOLM SYNDROME?
Stockholm Syndrome is a psychological condition that occurs when a victim of abuse becomes attached, feels sympathy and begins to identify with her abuser. This syndrome was discovered when observing…

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"LITTLE DEATH". WHAT IS DEPENDENCE
Parting is a painful experience. We are embraced by mixed feelings: sadness, fear, helplessness and even anger. Grieving for a loss of relationship is perfectly normal. Over time, relief comes,…

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“CASTURING MOTHER” - MONSTER OR VICTIM?
In modern society there is an opinion that there are simply no strong, “real” men. They either died out as a species, or have already been taken apart by other…

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WHAT IS A CUKOLD IN RELATIONS?

At the consultations, men and women talk about sexual fantasies about treason and their fears. And some women complain that their husbands are forcing this form of sexual activity. Let’s see what cuckold is: reasons, hidden motives of the participants, consequences for the couple. Cuckold is a form of abnormal sexual behavior that combines group sex and sadomasochism. One of the sexual epidemics of the XXI century. Porn is full of stories on this topic. Continue reading

CONSTANT CONSTITUTION. DOUBLE MESSAGES OF THE Daffodil
This is how it sounds: “I love you! You're cool! You have to change! Go away It's all your fault! ”And so in a circle. The irony is that the…

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Rejected. HOW TO RESIST A FAILURE
Each of us at least once in our life has experienced a painful experience of rejection. For example, you did not receive the coveted job or you were not invited…

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LET'S TALK ABOUT IT". ANTI-GUIDELINES FOR SOLVING SEXUAL PROBLEMS
This is the second article from the series "Anti-Guide psychologist Ilya Shabshin." The first article was devoted to marital disputes, the third will deal with problems between parents and adult…

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About TECH and NOT TECH men
“The wrong ones walk and roam in the dark,” one of the classics said something like that. And he was right. Especially often the problem of "those" - "not those"…

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