I gave a boy everything I had to give Money I didn't have, time I couldn't waste. when he lost his peace, I found it and dragged it back to him I showed him another side of the world without ever leaving the city he told me that I was so kind, so sensitive that … Continue reading Misplaced Love
The story of a beautiful young girl who clearly expresses her feelings through her words, words that will leave you speechless. If you start reading it you have to finish it!
After a short break from our “Ruling Principles” series to settle your exam results nerves, we return to look at another principle of psychology that governs how we live. This week, it’s Action Bias. At its simplest, action bias is exactly what it says – a bias for action. But let’s take a more detailed … Continue reading Ruling Principles – Action Bias
August 17th 2017. This could be one of the most important days of my life. This was what dictated, at the very least, two things for my future. Do I get the opportunity to go to University? Do I get to go to the University of my Choice? For some of you it may be … Continue reading Clearing: The opportunity I needed
First observed by Soviet psychologist Bluma Zeigarnik, the Zeigarnik Effect is the feeling of unease or discomfort that arises from incompleteness, which may come from unfinished tasks, unanswered questions or cliff-hangers in our favourite novels and TV series. Incompleteness instils a degree of mental tension that will only be relieved by completion of the respective … Continue reading Ruling Principles – The Zeigarnik Effect