The gender perspective is an approach that allows studying and addressing phenomena, links, activities, processes and social systems related to the sex-gender system.
Depression is one of the most complex concepts in the field of mental health.
The human being is, by definition, an active being: we are continuously carrying out a great variety of behaviors in order to stay alive, adapt to the environment or develop ourselves in such a way that we can deal with the vicissitudes and needs that arise throughout our life cycle.
The theory of ego exhaustion suggests that there is a state of attrition of psychic energy so important that it can impair the ability to self-regulate, at least temporarily.
It is not obvious for a victim of workplace harassment to have the awareness of being one.
Throughout history different cultures and societies have been born, developing and dying, generating many ways of thinking and seeing the world.
When we hear of someone who is “a gray person” or who has had “a gray day”, it is usually referring to the existence of qualities such as sadness or monotony and the lack of illusion.
Among all the wide range of emotions that we can get to experience, probably the one we are all looking forward to experiencing is joy.
It is very common to believe that human thoughts, feelings and emotions originate in two parts of the brain that work together: the cerebral hemispheres, two virtually identical halves that are distinguished by the processes that take place in them.
The human encephalon has been described as the most complex system in the known universe, and not without reason.
Virtually any area of human behavior has a neurobiological facet, which can be studied by investigating the functioning of the brain.
There is a lot of talk about coaching nowadays, a discipline that applies both in the personal field and in the world of companies and sports.