Articles


The Evolution of the Family to the Present-Day

Society is changing at a fast pace and so do couples. In our grandparents’ time, marriage was based on a social agreement, i.e., on mutual caring and with the aim of producing offspring. At the tim...

Human Sexuality: Danger Factor or Opportunity in Relationships?

Sexuality, so advanced in mammals, is necessary for the perpetuation of their kind and clearly coexists with pleasure to a lesser or greater extent. From childhood, one fantasizes about moments o...

“Know Thyself” Self Knowledge An Absolute Necessity Today

The phrase “Know Thyself” is engraved on the Sanctuary of Delphi and it is a phrase that Socrates used often;  it means, “get to know yourself.” The aim of the journey to self-awareness is an...

The Multiple Intelligences of Man

We often hear the expression, “What a smart man!” We grew up in an educational system that exalts and rewards students’ IQ. So instead of saying how smart that man is, it would be more correct to...

How Much Does Selfishness/Egoism Help the Co-existence between People?

Napoleon Bonaparte was a typical example of an egoist. He wasn’t renowned for his political abilities, prowess nor was he endowed with a high sense of culture. He had, however, a very highly develo...

The Power of the Team

Our era is characterized by an intense competition, by a production of goods and availability of services at the lowest possible cost. It is also characterized by an alienation in human relationshi...

Let Me Make My Mistakes so I Can Grow

Expressions like “to err is human” are well known. Mistakes are part of our human nature. Adults solidify their behavioral patterns according to the development of their individual value system tak...

Human Creativity: The Channel to a Meaningful Life

Creativity is a complex phenomenon we are only just now learning to understand in all its dimensions. This human trait is developed early on in childhood when a specific number of games activates a...

Depression

In this day and age the incidence of this disease has increased significantly and it is interrelated with our society’s modern way of life. Factors that influence the frequency of this disease in t...

Depression

Depression is one of the most painful human trials; however, we must not confuse its character with the natural experience of profound grief. Depression contains grief of an extended duration, bu...

Prisoners Under the Gaze of Others

Many people feel uncomfortable outside their home because they feel that others may make negative comments about them because of an awkward movement or a mistake they might make. That situation put...