“Psychology in Every Day Life” has the goal of helping readers understand and use psychology to improve their quality of life and the lives of those they love, by learning how EVERY human behavior, not just “odd,” “unusual” or “abnormal” behavior, is due to a person’s psychological makeup and lawful, predictable – not mysterious – laws of behavior that people call “psychology.” Basically, human psychology both influences, and is influenced by, History, Philosophy, Politics, Religion and the Media. We will talk about all of that. But! There will be no tests.
I won’t be offering clinical advice or techniques, only offering educational commentary for non-professionals and non-clinicians in an interactive, polite and interesting exploration of everyday human behavior – with real examples sometimes drawn from the headlines, sometimes drawn from the supermarket shopping lines.
And, of course, the expected and inevitable disclaimer is as follows: This blog and website is for educational purposes only. Neither posting nor reading this blog implies or creates a clinical or therapeutic relationship between the reader or author of any blog post or other comment on this site. Reading this blog or becoming a blog Member is no substitute for clinical care of a psychological or medical nature. Readerships and memberships are for educational purposes only and no clinical or therapeutic relationship is created or implied by becoming a subscribing Member of this blog.
Some topics for Discussion:
Psychology and Law
Psychology at Work
Special Education and Kids Assessments in Schools
Is it Politics or Personality?
The Psychology of Religion Psychology and Media
I invite you to join me in this exploration – either by becoming a public reader or Member of the Blog. ALL Membership fees are distributed to charities. That’s right: All.