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Travelling: a key for getting out of your comfort zone?

Travelling: a key for getting out of your comfort zone?

  Travelling has always been a way to explore one’s limits, but unfortunately, people tend to forget the significance of it in terms of discovering one’s true selfever since it became so overwhelmingly popular. Being an integral part of life, it is a way to...

Why are we so fascinated with murder mysteries?

Why are we so fascinated with murder mysteries?

    Murder is most definitely a grave and emotional topic– yet people are so fascinated by it. Agatha Christie, who wrote 66 murder mysteries in her career, remains the third most printed and sold author of all time, following the Bible and William...

True Love’s Kiss: A Disney Diagnosis

True Love’s Kiss: A Disney Diagnosis

  Once upon a time ... As a kid, I grew up hooked to Disney and all its characters and stories. I used todream about Prince Charming and my own ‘Happily Ever After’. Nowadays, as aPsychology student, I have become more aware of the discrepancy between thesefairy tales...

The Psychology of ‘Hangry’

The Psychology of ‘Hangry’

  It happens to the best of us. You haven’t eaten in a while; your stomach is grumbling and all of a sudden, that annoying pen-clicking colleague becomes way too much to bear and you lash out! This is called being hangry. Basically, it is the grumpiness or...

Stoicism, the belief of the achievers? – A response

Stoicism, the belief of the achievers? – A response

The teachings of Stoicism have been followed by both Emperors (Marcus Aurelius) and slaves (Epictetus) alike. It has provided solace for statesmen (Seneca) and senators (Cato). But does a 2,000-year-old philosophy have anything to teach us in the modern age?   Clayton...