Is it true that animals can really speak? How does an animal’s communication work out with humans? What are the forms of communication that animals can do?
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental illness associated with people who have witnessed or experienced life-threatening events such as war, natural disasters, near-death accidents, and other such circumstances that trigger extreme responses of the brain. This disorder causes the person to feel frightened of the trauma even long after the triggering event happened, resulting in high levels of stress on the patient.
We have always enjoyed the blessing of our oceans. Most of us would love traveling to see our amazing beaches and appreciate all the living creatures in it for its pristine beauty.
We always hear about certain animal species being on the brink of extinction, but it seems like we do not truly care at all. Animals make up a huge part of our ecosystem, our nature, and if we keep disturbing or destroying their habitats, we will only have ourselves to blame. Ultimately, we will have to face the consequences, and we may not be ready for them. Krystine Batcho, PhD, wrote that “Recently, research on the psychology of the human-animal bond and the psychological impact of the death of an animal has begun to accumulate. Research suggests that some animals serve not only practical but also important social-emotional needs.”
People say art is one of the best ways for you to express yourself.
However, no matter how good we can be at self-expression, sometimes the message you want to convey isn’t what your audience understands. Despite this, it should never be a hindrance for artists, painters, curators, and exhibitors to continue pursuing their passions all for the love of art.
It’s almost time to decorate trees with tinsel and lights and wrap boxes in colorful paper. These are some traditions that are commonly practiced all around the world, yet there are some practices out there that are much more outlandish. Let’s take a peek at some of them.