Category Archives 'Personality Psychology'

Energy vampirism

Energy vampirism

Energy vampirism is a process of interaction in which one person improves his emotional and energetic state at the expense of another's resources. This process can take place both in a conscious form and can be an unconscious way of energizing. This method is the simplest from the point of view of the applied efforts, but the most difficult for the further consequences. Energy vampirism helps make up for [...]

Indifference

Indifference

Indifference is indifference, a cold-blooded attitude to the needs and troubles that arose in someone's life. Indifference is described as the main evil of our time and the reaction to it should be immediate, since this phenomenon, unfortunately, is rooted in our environment. Indifference borders on insensibility, apathy and becomes a common problem, and this can provoke negative consequences in [...]

Greed

Greed

Greed is a thirst to acquire extremely more, abandoning less. In simple words, this is an immense craving in the satisfaction of any desire, possession or use of something. The greed of a person is characterized by the desire to get, accumulate, keep something in himself in a larger volume than is really necessary. In a general sense, greed is an unwillingness to share something, and often even self-savings, but [...]

Leading activity

Leading activity

Leading activity is a certain direction of activity performed by a child, which determines the most important moments in the formation of the psyche and the development of its processes and features. In the leading activity, there is a transformation, restructuring of mental processes, methods of previously performed activities, and personality development. Leading activity is a category in psychology that does not necessarily occupy the bulk of the time in a child’s life, but it determines the process [...]

Habit forming

Habit forming

Habit formation is a process aimed at establishing a certain behavior pattern that has an established character and acquires the significance of a need for a person. A similar mechanism is formed for building life behavior by repeating the same action systematically and repeatedly, reinforcing the process or result with positive emotions and feelings. Usually negative habits are formed independently, without the participation of internal criticism and interference [...]

Modesty

Modesty

Modesty is acquired through the internalization of behavioral patterns and values ​​surrounding the quality of the individual. It is reflected in the ability to keep one’s own emotional and behavioral manifestations within a certain framework, to observe calmness, moderation and restraint, to show minimal exactingness to other people and their material and household structure. Modesty changes the life style of a person, providing for decency in communication, respecting decency, leading a life without [...]

Touchiness

Touchiness

Responsiveness is a personality trait that determines the tendency to notice offensive tendencies in everything, to experience the feeling of resentment that has arisen very much, and even untwist it to inadequately large sizes. Characterized by increased resentment to those who are inclined not to forgive, but rather suffer from experiences associated most often with unjustified personal expectations or perceptions addressed to a significant object (resentment, like resentment [...]

How to stop envy

How to stop envy

How to stop envy? An envious feeling is inherent in all individuals, regardless of gender, nationality, character, temperament. Conducted sociological studies indicate that this feeling weakens with age. The idea of ​​how to stop envying people appears when this feeling is already beginning to poison life, and instead of doing their own business and improving them, a person spends most of their internal resources on [...]