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100 phrases by Alexandre Dumas about life, death and love

Alexandre Dumas (1802 - 1870) was a famous French novelist and playwright, and one of the most widely read authors in this language, his works have been translated into almost 100 languages ​​and adapted to more than 200 films. Many of his historical adventure novels were originally published as serials, including The Count of Montecristo, The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years Later and The Viscount of Bragelonne.
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The importance of encouraging early reading

Encourage reading It is good for children to read; This everyone knows. In fact, there are many reading promotion programs that encourage children to start reading very soon. The key question is why it is good for children to read and why it is good for them to do so as soon as possible. That children begin to read between 2 and 5 years (which is what we can consider as early ages) has many benefits, beyond preparing children for primary school.
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Suffering, although it may not seem like it, has a positive side

“In pain there is as much wisdom as in pleasure; both are two great conservative forces of the species ”Friedrich Nietzsche Traumatic experiences and suffering Traumatic experiences cause a great disorder in the person who suffers them. But in addition to the ravages, suffering also produces benefits and one of them is personal enrichment.
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Cognitive Distortion: The Antennas

Video about cognitive distortions: the antennas Today in our social skills block we will talk about a very common type of distortion, that of "the antennas". Do not forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel of Psychology and Education
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The psychological benefits of the Marie Kondo or KonMari method

Do you like shopping but then you feel you have too many things and you don't know where to put them? Buying and selling all kinds of products in the market is big business. Large companies take advantage of the pleasure of getting new things and know perfectly what to do to sell their products (most of the time unnecessary) at increasingly low prices but irresistible.
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Examining our attitudes

At the beginning of this article the first thing that came to mind was the phrase of the famous psychiatrist, neurologist and founder of Logotherapy, Viktor E. Frankl: “Everything can be taken away from the human being except the last of the freedoms: the attitude with which will face a certain circumstance. "
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