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Behavior, Control

Control…Inside the Minds of Controlling People

Inside the Minds of Controlling People

Have you ever wondered what makes controlling people tick? Some people seem to spend their waking hours bossing other people around. The bossing can range from direct and explicit imperatives-“I want that report on my desk by 2:30”-to subtle but annoyingly incessant suggestions-“Put more salt on your steak, it’ll taste great,” or “Take the first turn up here on the left, it’s a quicker way to get there,” and “Are you sure you want that second helping?”

Behavior, Obsession


Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder | Psychology Today

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental disorder in which people experience unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, images, or sensations (obsessions) and engage in behaviors or mental acts (compulsions) in response. Often a person with OCD carries out the compulsions to temporarily eliminate or reduce the impact of obsessions, and not

Behavior, Mind Control

Learn How To Control Your Mind (USE This To BrainWash Yourself)

Learn How To Control Your Mind (USE This To BrainWash Yourself)

Joe Dispenza – You Are The Creator Of Your World – DO THIS ONE THING To Control Your Mind Original Interview by the one and only Tom Bilyeu from Impact Theory: Speaker: Joe Dispenza Listen to FEARLESS SOUL every day on your phone: iTunes: Spotify: GooglePlay: AmazonMP3: AppleMusic: Worldwide MP3 Download: Transcript of this speech by Joe Dispenza: “People say to me Well I can’t predict my future.


Defense Mechanisms

Defense Mechanisms

By Saul McLeod, updated 2019 Sigmund Freud (1894, 1896) noted a number of ego defenses which he refers to throughout his written works. His daughter Anna (1936) developed these ideas and elaborated on them, adding ten of her own. Many psychoanalysts have also added further types of ego defenses.