Small Group Analysis

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success-Henry Ford” (“Team Work,” n. d, para. 2). These words from Henry Ford can effectively be applied to the lifecycle of a small group. As humans, we encounter the complexities and challenges within a small group setting on a daily basis. As such, … Read more

Misconceptions About Dissociative Identity Disorder

There are many misconceptions about dissociative identity disorder. Because of how the media is able to profit off of the dramatization of this very real and harmful disorder, these misconceptions are often spread and widely believed by people who haven’t done extensive research on the subject. The spreading of these misconceptions is harmful because it … Read more

Karen Horney’s Analysis Essay

Karen Horney defines a basic anxiety as insidiously increasing, all pervading feeling of being lonely and helpless in a hostile world” (Horney, 1937, p. 89). When a child experiences basic anxiety they can develop self defense mechanisms. These self defense mechanisms can become very common throughout the child’s life. So common in fact, that they … Read more