The Lion King: the call of nostalgia

The Lion King is that classic that we could define as the spearhead of Disney of the 90s. Today we get closer to the secrets of its remake.

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Lack of sleep and consequences

Staying active or eating right are essential for a healthy life. In addition to this, the effects of lack of sleep are often underestimated.

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Family secrets can block us

Family secrets are an invisible burden. We know that they are there, but precisely because they are secret we cannot face and elaborate them.

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At the other end, a story from beyond

A storm, the phone that rings. At the other end a dear voice invites me to accept what one has always learned to deny, the mystery.

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Oblivion: definition, types and characteristics

If for centuries the functioning of memory has been at the center of the interest of psychology, oblivion has also been no exception.

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Having a healthy relationship is easy

Why does it cost us so much to have a healthy relationship or be happy with your partner? The answer to this question is: we don't know how to live together.

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Concept of normality: what does it mean?

When we want to define the concept of normality, the question becomes complicated. It is difficult to delineate what is normal and what is pathological

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Post-sex depression: characteristics and causes

Some studies report that 10% of the population experiences post-sex depression, an excess of sadness following a sexual relationship

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Don't trust the gossips!

Gossips are present in all contexts in which we live. Masked as lambs, with their forked tongues they feed on gossip and gossip,

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Working on children's self-esteem with 5 films

5 films to work on children's self-esteem. Cinema is the reflection of life, it is precisely in this that its formative power lies.

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The line of life to get to know us better

Among the great variety of techniques and tools to improve knowledge and understanding of oneself we also find the life line.

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Shame, an emotion that makes you invisible

Shame wants to make us invisible and, to do so, it is capable of implementing an infinite number of strategies. But what lies behind this emotion?

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The trap of depression

Depression is a trap, sometimes deadly!

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Choose to love without suffering

choose to love without suffering; being with another person must enrich, not hurt

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As long as you are alive, it is never too late

We see it every day, but still we can't convince ourselves that, as long as you're alive, it's never too late.

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Couple bond despite the past

We tend to reform a couple bond as if it were part of a predetermined plan by our biology and social culture.

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Judging the lives of others

We often use to judge others without looking at ourselves first

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Words are not carried away by the wind

It is not as easy to erase words from memory as the wind can carry away a leaf that slowly falls from the tree.

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Sofia's world to approach philosophy

The world of Sofia by Gaarder, read and loved for more than a generation, is an unmissable door to the fascinating world of philosophy.

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Prejudices about blondes

Blondes are stupid: light on a stereotype with a long tradition

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Balzac, the best quotes from the French writer

Balzac, the great French writer, left us an infinite number of sentences to reflect on the human condition and desires.

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I lost you for fear of losing you

Sometimes even the fear of losing what we want or need leads us, inadvertently, to destroy what we aspire to.

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To you, to her, to you, to the brave women

A tribute to the brave women who never give up

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