Sleep disorders are very common in children and are associated with problems of a very diverse nature. These can range from contextual factors, such as academic, family or social difficulties to physiological and health problems and even normal changes due to the growth stage. From insomnia, night terrors or sleep apnea, there are many problems that children can suffer and for which their parents and family members also feel affected.
Simone Beauvoir (1908 - 1986) was a great intellectual, writer, French social political and theoretical activist, considered the "Mother of modern feminism". His life exemplified the emergence of revolutionary ideas centered on women and the struggle for a social structure free of patriarchal ideas.
In the drawing shown above, two sailboats are in the first part of a race with a triangular path from buoy A to B, from this to C and finally returning to buoy A. The three crew members of the winning sailboat tried to keep track of the speed of the boat but all suffered a severe dizziness and their records were incomplete accordingly.
Cognitive Dissonance is the term coined by the psychologist Leon Festinger in 1954 to describe "the feeling of psychological discomfort produced by the combined presence of two thoughts that do not follow each other." Festinger proposed that the greater the discomfort, the greater the desire to reduce the dissonance of the two cognitive elements.
Who else who least knows the myth or legend of the Phoenix, a creature of fire capable of being reborn from its own ashes. Many have compared this capacity with the resilience of the human being. Content 1 About its legend ... 2 The Phoenix in the Christian paradise 3 The Benu in Ancient Egypt 4 The "transformation nest" for humans About its legend ... It is a well-known myth, which has been nourishing virtually all cultures, doctrines and roots of legend of our countries.