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Examining the Psychology of Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder

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The 2018-2019 NBA season is in full swing and that means basketball fans can enjoy top-notch competition between some of the world’s best athletes on a nightly basis. This season the Oklahoma City Thunder stands out from the other teams for a variety of reasons. The team is playing with more cohesion, there is greater depth, coach Billy Donovan seems to be getting his message across to the players, and rhythm killer Carmelo Anthony has long left OKC. However, the most obvious improvement is perhaps the changed mindset of team leader Russell Westbrook. Continue reading

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An In-Depth Overview of Online Counseling

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Online counseling is one of the newest models of therapy available today. It’s very popular among youths because it allows the younger generation to receive clinical counseling while being able to use their computer or smartphones.

All age groups can benefit from online counseling, though. In this article, we’re going to give you an in-depth overview of this unique form of counseling. Continue reading

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Seven Psychological Effects of Cosmetic Surgery

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Cosmetic surgery is not a strange concept for today’s generation. It focuses on enhancing the physical appearance through surgical and medical techniques. People get cosmetic surgery for various reasons. These reasons may include defying the look that comes with age, doing away with social stigma, or augmenting one’s physical appearance. Continue reading

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The Psychology of a Tennis Champion

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The consensus among the tennis world is that Roger Federer is the greatest to ever play the game. For the past 14 years or so, he has produced some of the most exhilarating and unforgettable moments in tennis. Fans who have regularly watched him play, whether live or on television, can surely recall at least one moment when Federer’s unrivalled skill left them gaping in amazement. At the time of writing this article, the Swiss maestro has won a record 20 grand slam titles. Continue reading

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