DefinedSocialization can be defined as the process by which one acquires the patterns of behavior of one’s society. In other words, we learn our societal behavior from the situations, people, and environments we are surrounded by. It is thought there are three different parenting styles that impact peoples societal behavior the most. Here is a list

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Chemical Imbalance in the brain?A chemical imbalance in the brain is when the brain has excessive or insufficient chemical messengers, called neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are natural chemicals that help ease the communication between your nerve cells. There are medications on the market that help regulate these neurotransmitters that can help. However everyone is different and reacts

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   Motivation comes in many packages. In this brief article we will discuss a few. There are basic bilogical reasons for motivation like hemostasis (maintaing internal equilibrium, etc…). We also have physiological drives for motivation too like food, water, or sex.    Next there are two main social reasons for motivation. We will discuss these two aspects

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Stigma   People with mental illnesses may face stigmas, and they may be viewed in a negative way. Furthermore,  an example of a stigma would be if a person with mental illness is called ‘dangerous’, ‘crazy’ or ‘incompetent’    Stigmas often involve many inaccurate stereotypes. People with mental illness may be characterized as being more violent

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Have you ever asked yourself what is the difference between Alzheimer’s and Dementia? If you have, this article is for you because we will first define these two different illnesses. Then after a brief definition we will discuss the differences. By the end of this article, you should be able to articulate how these illnesses

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