Who Most Likely Walk into a Sociopath’s Trap?

Are you a victim of a sociopath or narcissist? There is a widespread rumor on the internet that a sociopath and narcissist can attract anyone. In my opinion, this is not true. According to my research and experience, victims of a sociopath or a narcissist most likely have the following personality traits: They are often very … Continue reading Who Most Likely Walk into a Sociopath’s Trap?

Fear of flying

Often people have a sickening feeling when they get on a plane. Although the plane is statistically the safest means of transport, some people fear flying. However, especially after major aircraft accidents, it is difficult for many to give up control and confide in the pilot and the machine. People who fear flying are so … Continue reading Fear of flying

Panic attacks

People who suffer from panic disorders experience real anxiety attacks. Those attacks can break out over and over again in certain situations (crowds, invitations), in certain places (open spaces, bridges, elevators), in certain encounters (spiders, dogs). They are then associated with a type of phobia. Panic attacks can target those affected but can also target … Continue reading Panic attacks

Phobias

Are you afraid of spiders, fear flying or heights? Then you probably suffer from a phobia - a form of anxiety disorder. People suffering from phobias experience a strong and long-lasting fear of certain objects or situations. For example, seeing a spider or thinking of a dentist appointment. Now neither spiders nor dental visits are … Continue reading Phobias

Anxiety

Fear and anxiety are parts of life, they have a protective function. Fear helps us recognize danger and react appropriately with our full attention. Well-grounded fear gives us the energy necessary to act decisively, take protective measures or take on challenges and mobilize our forces. Our body responds to threats with either a fight or … Continue reading Anxiety

Seven pitfalls of toxic relationships

People need more than one relationship. Accordingly, we are wired in our brain. But do we, as people need romantic love? Helen Fischer, an anthropologist at the Kinsey Institute, states, “I came to realize that romantic love is a basic human drive,“ Her colleague Lucy Brown goes further and describes romantic love as a… “survival … Continue reading Seven pitfalls of toxic relationships

Stress and Eating Habits

Stress leads to emotional eating and influences your eating habits The physical stress response during the initial waves of a stress attack, the adrenal medulla produces and releases the hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline. These hormones increase blood sugar levels, rapidly supply the brain and muscles with energy, accelerate the heartbeat, increase blood pressure – basically, … Continue reading Stress and Eating Habits