The Students for Humanity Review

December 5, 2019

Learning how to identify, process, express emotions and coping with them as they arise in everyday life is a critical part of the development of the human mind and emotional consciousness. It can be considered as part of personal growth, it lasts a lifetime and without it our self-awareness and our ability to fully experience our lives could be restricted.

However, emotional processing can become a very conflictual path, since it is subject to society’s pressure of pushing away negative emotions and showing only positive ones.

Nevertheless, in a time when a small amount of textual characters is considered to be enough to express how someone is feeling in a precise moment, undermining emotions down to this scale should come as no surprise.

In this confusing pattern, a more serious issue signif...

April 17, 2019

We are living in a dynamic historical moment, when new steps are taken every day to adapt to the fast changes in society, and when gender equality is one of the most discussed topics, not only among individuals, but also within companies.

Among other fields, many problems have arisen over the years due to the various disadvantages employed women face if they decide to have a child: the risk of being demoted from the initially held role to a lower level job; the risk of losing their job following the pregnancy leave, especially in case of fixed-term contracts or collaboration contracts; the difficulty in balancing work and private life. However, the need of a secure salary to cover the costs related to the child's maintenance, persists, and so does women’s ambition to keep improving their pe...

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