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Why We Can Change Our Minds at the Last Minute

Why do we suddenly change our minds at the last minute? Here's why and how to avoid the crisis

Psychiatry and Tech: An Odd Couple, An Impending Marriage

The Engagement between Tech and Psychiatry Grows

The Five Best Ways to Ruin an Apology

Here's how to de-code those relationship-busting apologies in love and work.

16-Year Study: Surprising Findings about Marriage and Health

By Bella DePaulo Ph.D. on May 27, 2017 in Living Single
In a 16-year study, more than 11,000 people were followed as they married and divorced. Here’s what happened to their health, life satisfaction, and depression.

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Parenting High School Students in Spring Semester Meltdown

Is your exhausted, stressed-out high school student crumbling at the end of the school year? These tips will help you provide the practical support your child needs.
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How Do Children Become Narcissists?

Have you ever wondered what type of childhood experiences lead people to develop Narcissistic disorders? Here are some common scenarios that lead children to become Narcissistic.

How to Talk to a Narcissist About Being Narcissistic

4 ways to communicate to a narcissist about narcissistic behavior.

Online, Too Many Dating Choices Decreases Committment

For many online browsers, the biggest problem is not dishonesty, but decision-making. Too many choices increases objectification and decreases committment. So how do you choose?

52 Ways to Show I Love You: Making Miracles

Parents, patients and staff at Blythedale Children's Hospital show what love can manifest as they use trust, caring and commitment to transform lives with assistive technology.

Inducing the Swoon

By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on May 28, 2017 in How To Do Life
How an average person can land an above-average job.

Moving Online Romance Offline: How Soon is Too Soon?

How long should you wait to transition online courtship into realtime romance? Because compatibility and chemistry are best judged in person, perhaps sooner rather than later.

Keeping a Dream Journal

One of the greatest values of a dream journal is the way it grows in power and depth over time.

Unimagined Sensitivities (Part 2)

By Michael Jawer on May 27, 2017 in Feeling Too Much
When elephants encounter their dead, they become quiet and tense.They also become agitated at the imminent death of a fellow. These behaviors are suggestive of mourning and grief.

My Chicken Soup Epiphany

By Sheila Weinstein on May 27, 2017 in What Do I Do Now?
A lesson from my chicken soup

Unimagined Sensitivities (Part 1)

By Michael Jawer on May 27, 2017 in Feeling Too Much
While it would seem to be the end of sensitivity, death actually conjures up an amazing range of accounts that are highly relevant to sensitivity, in humans and many other animals.

Sibling Leadership Network hosts 10th annual conference

Two-day event brings together siblings of people with disabilities to learn about new services and support, research initiatives and advocacy efforts.

How Sex Toys Impact Relationships

How does using sex toys impact the satisfaction both partners derive from a relationship?

A Grieving Gorilla: A Picture That's Worth Entire Courses

By Marc Bekoff Ph.D. on May 27, 2017 in Animal Emotions
A photo of a sad orphaned gorilla and a comforting human raises numerous questions about what other animals think and feel and the emotions shared in human-animal relationships.
Is It Solitude or Loneliness?: 4 Questions to Help You Tell
Is It Solitude or Loneliness?
5 Reasons Singles Should Stop Worrying
Stop Worrying About Being Single
You’re Not Alone!
You’re Not Alone!

Facebook Banned Another Political Activist - Myself!

Facebook Banned Another Political Activist - Myself!

A Quantum Leap for Literacy?

By Michael Hogan Ph.D. on May 27, 2017 in In One Lifespan
In recent years, technology has emerged that creates new possibilities for storytelling, creativity and creative education. But how do we design pedagogically valuable ebooks?
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Marriage Begins with Irreconcilable Differences

This 1-minute marriage test will rock your world.
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Can You Hear What You See? More So Than You Imagine

Perception may be due for a redefinition. Our eyes see, but vision can apparently also hear. Tactile receptors can also taste. We may all have a bit of synesthesia in us.
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How to Tell When Your Child Has Started Adolescence

Accustomed to parenting a child, it can be hard for parents admit when childhood is over and parenting an adolescent has begun.

Business Jargon is More Useful Than You Think

By Andy Molinsky Ph.D. on May 27, 2017 in Adaptation
Poking fun of business jargon is, shall we say, low hanging fruit... But is it really that bad?

Eyebrows May Flash Veracity

Eyebrow flash rate determines the difference between a friendly eyebrow flash and a deceptive eyebrow flash.

Are Illusory Agreements The New Trend?

Navigating the treacherous waters created by attorneys for whom the practice of law is nothing more than a game to be won is no easy feat.

The Best Way to Handle a Narcissist is to Use Some Extra TLC

When you think of people high in narcissism, low self-esteem hardly comes to mind as part of the picture. New research shows that handling them involves some extra TLC.
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We All Talk To Ourselves

By Tim Carey Ph.D. on May 27, 2017 in In Control
Be prepared to be surprised and delighted at what your mind will accomplish for you if you let it do all that it is designed to do.

Behave Yourself: Moral Behavior and Conformity

By Eyal Winter Ph.D. on May 27, 2017 in Feeling Smart
Should we induce our kids to conform?

Is Your Child an Empath? Tips for Raising Empathic Children

Empath children are precious beings. No matter where your child is on this spectrum, he or she would benefit from being taught to honor his or her specific sensitivities.

8 Habits That Make Millennials Stressed And Unproductive

By Caroline Beaton on May 26, 2017 in The Gen-Y Guide
More than half of millennials admit to having lain awake at night during the past month from stress.

Awe Engages Your Vagus Nerve and Can Combat Narcissism

Recent research shows that experiencing a sense of awe promotes the "small self" and can combat narcissism by activating the parasympathetic vagal response to "tend-and-befriend."