What role do you play?

Each and every one of us has a role to play. A role is the position of power that someone places on another person. Role Theory states that we are all in a role in various relationships as a spouse, a partner, a lover, a mother/father, a son/daughter, a brother/sister, etc. Within the role we take on responsibilities of that role. We assumed dominant or submissive tendency in certain role. We follow or we lead. We assume…

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Me and my father

I have discussed the role of motherhood around Mother’s day in my article, it is appropriate that I discuss the role of fatherhood on Father’s day. You may remember me mentioning the attachment theory of Bowlby, and the role it plays in a child’s development. Many psychologists refer to primary carer being the mother, although this is true in lots of cases, little light is shed on fathers as primary carer. We can see my…

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Face the inside out

Following my article on The changing face of self-confidence, our face are marked and shaped not only by events in our life but our biological make up also plays a role. As we grow up, our physiology changes through the various developmental stages. Our body go through several surges of hormonal fluctuation, and our face changes too, especially during certain life stages. Here, I want to bring an attention to the teenage years, concerns with…

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