Best 3 073 of Psychology quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Meghan Wier

To be a success you need to have persistence of drive, persistence of vision, and persistence of action. You will be doing yourself a disservice by not staying resilient.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michael R. Kitay

So I was just thinking about how something happened today and it was quite insightful, humbling and puts things into perspective. If you look at anything, everything has it's 'story' so to speak. For instance, for me to even write this status requires an obscene amount of processes (essentially limitless). Just the biological processes that have to take place are in the trillions. Then you add the technological component, the psychology behind it(self-awareness/consciousness). Then you start looking at the macro factors behind it which include how I came into existence, how life came to be for that to occur, how earth came to be, the sun, the solar system, the galaxy, universe...etc. So the odds for all those things to occur for me to write a simple (or not so simply) status like this....is pretty fucking incredible to say the least.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

The purpose of perception is not understanding but preservation.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

Fear and paranoia create many of our worldly struggles. We get something in our minds and our distorted perception sculpts the reality of what we see. Even though what we see isn’t really there, we tend to act as if it is. We then begin to put people and things into boxes, labeling them, and limiting them due to our fears.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Aberjhani

The acknowledgement of a single possibility can change everything.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Idries Shah

People change and needs change. So what was Sufism once is Sufism no more.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Pierre Janet

Resterait à savoir dans quel cas une personnalité nous intéresse, provoque un effort, un supplément d'action. Je dirai que c'est dans le cas où elle favorise nos propres actions, notre propre personnalité.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leena Patel

If you’ve ever held on to a pair of shoes that make your feet ache or a pair of pants that no longer fit you for no other reason than you paid a lot of money for them, you’ve experienced the sunk-cost bias.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jeremy Holmes

The ambivalent strategy involves clinging to the care-giver, often with excessive submissiveness, or adopting a role-reversal in which the care-giver is cared for rather than vice versa. Here feelings of anger at the rejection are most conspicuously subjected to defensive exclusion. Although these strategies have the function of maintaining attachment in the face of difficulties, a price has to be paid. The attachment patterns so established are clearly restricted and, if repeated in all relationships, will be maladaptive.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bill Vaughan

When it [truth] emerges it often bears out the saying that 'truth is stranger than fiction.' A novelist has to appear plausible, and would hesitate to make use of such astounding contradictions as occur in history through some extraordinary accident or twist of psychology .

By Anonym 17 Sep

Angela B. Chrysler

My smile forever glows in my eyes and I know it. Too many men have told me this. I’m lethal.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jon Ronson

The DSM-IV-TR is a 943-page textbook published by the American Psychiatric Association that sells for $99...There are currently 374 mental disorders. I bought the book...and leafed through it...I closed the manual. "I wonder if I've got any of the 374 mental disorders," I thought. I opened the manual again. And instantly diagnosed myself with twelve different ones.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Tracy Malone

When you feel overwhelmed, sad or confused about life. Take inventory, look around with gratitude for everything from the sun, trees, birds, water and angels that watch over you. Be mindful of this safe place and your troubles will melt away.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Guy Pearce

I'm able to lead my life as well as make a film. My wife and my friends and people around me know that I do tend to distance myself a little bit during the making of a film, but I have to, it's a natural part of the process for me because you are indulging in the headspace of somebody else, you are investing in the psychology of somebody else and you are becoming somebody else, and so there isn't enough room for you and that somebody else.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Brian Apollo

Faulty values negatively influence the soul. If a person is not careful, they can be brainwashed without knowing it.

By Anonym 19 Sep

William James

We know the meaning so long as no one asks us to define it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Steven Magee

Confusion causes creativity.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Erica Jong

All writing problems are psychological problems. Blocks usually stem from the fear of being judged. If you imagine the world listening, you'll never write a line. That's why privacy is so important. You should write first drafts as if they will never be shown to anyone.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jackie Griffin

I refuse to give away my time and my beautiful mind to those who will not yield a return on my investment.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tracy Malone

In order to be fearless, just “fear” less.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Darius Cikanavicius

A controlled child also learns that the default human approach to interaction is forcing, threatening, or manipulating others. Alternatively, they may come to believe that they are “destined” to be a giver who never receives anything back.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michelle Stacey

Pierre Janet, a French professor of psychology who became prominent in the early twentieth century, attempted to fully chronicle late- Victorian hysteria in his landmark work The Major Symptoms of Hysteria. His catalogue of symptoms was staggering, and included somnambulism (not sleepwalking as we think of it today, but a sort of amnesiac condition in which the patient functioned in a trance state, or "second state," and later remembered nothing); trances or fits of sleep that could last for days, and in which the patient sometimes appeared to be dead; contractures or other disturbances in the motor functions of the limbs; paralysis of various parts of the body; unexplained loss of the use of a sense such as sight or hearing; loss of speech; and disruptions in eating that could entail eventual refusal of food altogether. Janet's profile was sufficiently descriptive of Mollie Fancher that he mentioned her by name as someone who "seems to have had all possible hysterical accidents and attacks." In the face of such strange and often intractable "attacks," many doctors who treated cases of hysteria in the 1800s developed an ill-concealed exasperation.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Penelope Keith

Shyness is just egoism out of its depth.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Erich Fromm

To feel completely alone and isolated leads to mental disintegration just as physical starvation leads to death.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Teresa Palmer

I'm not really sure what the psychology is, but for me, I'm interested in it because it's such a juxtaposition to what is going on in my life with a newborn, as you can see. So because of that juxtaposition I'm really fascinated by it, but I'm equally terrified by it, and I think that diving in it makes me feel safer as a woman and a mother for some reason.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Rachel Hartman

There’s a room in my heart full of unpaid bills. We all have one. It’s useful to go in occasionally and open a few.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Guy Winch

...research has repeatedly demonstrated the most effective way to treat psychological wounds failure inflicts is to find the positive lessons in what happened.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Matthew Kenslow

Having Asperger’s is like having an enhancer plugged into an outlet in our brains. Asperger’s is an accelerator, amplifying the perceptions that we have on the world and the ambiance around us. Like going to the store and buying a device to plug in or install on something in order to make it run faster, Asperger’s will deepen everything’s significance, causing us to take things to a more intense level. Those of us with Asperger’s need to take our time on certain things, which causes us difficulty in accomplishing simple tasks. We learn to diligently persevere and be more prudent and careful. "Juggling the Issues: Living with Asperger’s Syndrome is an anthology explaining these topics through the eyes of someone with Asperger’s. This is more than a researcher giving an outline of what we face and what we can do. Instead, this is one of those books told by a person who has Asperger’s and has dealt with certain difficulties in order to experience achievements over the past twenty years. I have personally overcome and am still overcoming a lot of the trials that come with having Asperger’s.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Adhish Mazumder

Before you work with me you must know that I am an atheist and I believe in neither supreme powers of any God or the trickery of the Devil, I am student of the criminal psychology and believe that behind every murder there is psychopath at work with some insidious agenda at play and motive unknown to human mind.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sanhita Baruah

I think one can tell a lot about a person from the way he chooses to let the stub of his cigarette burn out...

By Anonym 18 Sep

Joyce Rachelle

She didn't realize she was in a prison until she collided with the bars.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

Be YOU. There is nothing sexier than someone who is confident enough to be themselves, quirks and all. It is often your unique nature that separates you from the crowd in the best way possible for your romantic match to notice you.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jean Piaget

In fact, objects are known only through the subject, while the subject can know himself or her- self only by acting on objects materially and mentally. Indeed, if objects are innumerable and science indefinitely diverse, all knowledge of the subject brings us back to psychology, the science of the subject and the subject's actions.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Will Advise

If it's public, it's not bonding.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

Feeling guilt dims our light. Instead of dimming our light to make others feel more comfortable, we could just continue to shine and foster the rise of the vibrations of those around us. Being Happy and Feeling Good does not mean you have no compassion for the misery of those around you. It simply means you won’t dim your light to make them feel comfortable – instead, you’re going to help light the way. At first, your light may be a bit too bright for others and it may hurt their eyes, yet it’s far better to shine rather than to hide your light. When you hide your light for too long, it extinguishes and you slip right back into darkness…unable to find your way until someone ‘shiny’ comes along to light your way and help you to find the light you still possess within, your Soul’s Magnificence.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

I’m not here to disagree with people or try to change anyone’s mind. I’m just here to accept and love others right where they are – no matter their belief systems or backgrounds.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Karen Arnold

Women—and only women—lowered their intellectual self-esteem between high school graduation and sophomore year of college.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michael F. Stewart

The Goth boy stares at me, and I give him a what-are-you-looking-at stare right back. “I’m dead,” he says in a dull monotone. “Pardon me?” Adriana asks, but he keeps staring at me. “You’re dead, too. Look at your veins. They’re blue.” He points at my forearms where dark veins run their lengths. “You’re rotting like me.” I glance to Adriana, hands clasped and praying that she won’t leave me here. Adriana’s stopped crying now and squints at the boy before standing to pull closed the curtain that rings my cot. “Crazy,” she says with an uncertain smile. “You’re not rotting.” . . . ninety-nine, one hundred . “No,” I reply. “But I will if you leave me here.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Tinsel Korey

I didn't want to be around anybody because it was just too much for my brain. But, as an actress, you hope you get those meaty roles that push you into the extremities of that psychology. I like doing independent films because there's more room for you to be creative, and the director allowed me to just go wherever I needed to go. It was emotional. I had to cry a lot.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Idries Shah

When humility is exercised, people begin to realise that they do not, as it were, exist at all.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Felicity Chapman

Harold lies in the darkened room with curtains drawn. It is one thirty in the afternoon and his lunch tray seems to almost sigh at the untouched food. His words are soft and not many. He listens, looking down, as you speak about concerned staff referring him to a counselling program – you are here to see if he is interested. “I’m fine,” he says, in a rare attempt to meet your eye, and it is clear to you that he is not. He is 88 years old and five months ago his right leg had to be amputated due to complications with diabetes. Immediately after, he was transferred to an aged care facility an hours drive from his wife Elizabeth, two years his senior, who could no long care for him at home. A month after that he was transferred to this facility; his wife can now more easily visit him. But, he tells you, he does not know why she bothers. “There’s no point,” he says, and you wonder if he is also referring to being alive.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sven Lindqvist

I am in good company, simply following those in front of me and knowing others are following behind. We are on our way up a narrow staircase. The bannister is a thick rope suggesting safety. The stairs go around and around inside a church tower; or perhaps it is a minaret? The whorls of the staircase grow narrower and narrower, but as there are so many people behind there is no longer any possibility of turning around or even stopping. The pressure from behind foeces me on. The staircase suddenly stops at a garbage chute in the wall. When i open the hatch and squeeze my way through the hole, i find myself on the outside of the tower. The rope has dissappeared. It is totally dark. I cling on to the slippery, icy wall of the tower while vainly trying to find a foothold in the emptiness.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Steven Magee

The insane mind appears to be the most creative.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

May you find grace to endure every circumstance.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Allan Lokos

A modern definition of equanimity: cool. This refers to one whose mind remains stable & calm in all situations.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Gilles Deleuze

Far from being a psychological trait, the spirit of revenge is the principle on which our whole psychology depends.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Stefan Molyneux

Awkward silences rule the world. People are so terrified of awkward silences that they will literally go to war rather than face an awkward silence.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Carl Jung

Anyone who wants to know the human psyche will learn next to nothing from experimental psychology. He would be better advised to abandon exact science, put away his scholar's gown, bid farewell to his study, and wander with human heart through the world.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Cesar Nikko Caharian Iii

I can't change the world, but I can always change my point of view.

By Anonym 18 Sep

George Orwell

...the groveling on the floor and screaming for mercy, the crack of broken bones, the smashed teeth and bloody clots of hair.