"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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SEX: HISTORY OF INVISIBLE WOMEN
In 2009, American Sarah McClelland published the results of a curious study in which men and women were asked to describe what “bad sex” means to them. Men replied that…

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WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE CHANGE IN CHANGE?
So is betrayal a betrayal? By the way, it is customary to give a negative color to betrayal in everyday life. By definition, betrayal is a failure to fulfill loyalty…

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Why does pain appear after breaking up with a loved one

Why is it painful to part with the person we love?

The pain after parting is natural. And the more your attachment, the more it will manifest itself. Especially if the initiative for parting came from a partner.

Psychologically, this mechanism grows from childhood, when we were small, helpless and completely dependent on someone else’s care. A child up to a certain age is completely dependent on his parents. Continue reading

Let's talk soulfully. WHAT HINDS DEEP COMMUNICATION
To create and maintain a trusting relationship, it is important to be able to communicate with each other. It is not just about discussing everyday events. Rather, it is about…

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"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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LOVE AND LOVE - SIGNS OF DIFFERENCE
Many women do not want to part with the euphoria of love and perceive its loss as a tragedy. Confirmation of this is the conversation of a woman with a…

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"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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