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Who's The Baby?

By Nick Luxmoore on July 21, 2017 in Young People Up Close
We avoid having to acknowledge our own baby tendencies when someone else unwittingly expresses them for us.

Change Is Your Natural State of Being

There is a difference between making change and allowing change. Humans are habitual beings who do not like to feel forced into new patterns and behaviors.

How to Handle a Toxic Divorce

Most divorces begin with hurt. A toxic divorce is a completely different scenario.

10 Sibling Regrets Nobody Needs to Carry

Not every adult sibship is going to easily morph into friendship, but there are some ways to begin that transition.

Perfectly Wrong: Why Perfection Can Destroy Your Motivation

By Bobby Hoffman Ph.D. on July 21, 2017 in Motivate!
Perfection is elusive and fleeting, yet a coveted desire for many. There comes a time when striving for excellence results in obsession and anxiety leading to damaging behaviors.
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Science and Spirituality 3: Some Questions Answered

Science and spirituality both offer ways of understanding our experience of life, nature, and the universe. It is wiser to seek a spiritual comfort zone, rather than a worldly one.

20 Questions

By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on July 21, 2017 in How To Do Life
Your answers may help you find the right career.

New Strategy and Overdue Resource to Combat Medical Errors

American employers must help eliminate medical errors, but how can we get them to do it?

The Uncomfortable Conversation about Online Safety

An online teen suicide challenge continues, despite the arrest of the originator. The conversations you should have with your children about safety online.

Stop the Hovering

As your perception of your grown children has changed, their perception of you should change as well.

"I-knew-it-all-along": 3 Steps to Avoid Living in the Past

By Zack Carter Ph.D. on July 20, 2017 in Clear Communication
Does your hindsight 20/20 need a vision test?

Stanford Researchers Identify Life-changing Power of Mindset

Mindset plays a surprisingly significant role in our health and longevity, according to a new study from Stanford University.

Fatal Attraction

By R. Douglas Fields Ph.D. on July 20, 2017 in The New Brain
An intriguing link has been identified between unconventional sexual behavior and a common parasite, which is acquired from cats.
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Tech Degree or Liberal Arts? We're Missing the Point!

By John Nosta on July 20, 2017 in The Digital Self
Yes, a liberal arts education might be great, but it's time to rethink education from the ground up and stop trying to apply yesterday rules to a new technology-based world.

How to Have Breakthrough Ideas

By Mark Batey Ph.D. on July 20, 2017 in Working Creativity
Follow these simple steps to master the art (and science) of breakthrough thinking

Hooked on Homicide

Is it possible for someone to become addicted to killing? Here's what crime experts, soldiers, and serial killers say.

Addendum to Privilege, Responsibility, and Nonviolence

After posting my recent post, I received a comment that completely surprised me, in which I was challenged about what I thought was the opposite of what I said.

Moving Up the Ladder

If you want to improve your work situation, there is no time like the present. Maybe you want more hours; maybe you want fewer. Perhaps money is an issue, or you want a promotion.
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Eight Reasons to Check the Mirror Before Important Meetings

By Tara Well Ph.D. on July 20, 2017 in The Clarity
What do you see when you look in the mirror? Here are eight surprising ways to leverage your mirror to check for success.

How to Hold a Stress-Free Money Conversation

By Michael F. Kay on July 20, 2017 in Financial Life Focus
The question is: How can you hold a productive and respectable money conversation that feels like a step in the right direction?
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Food Educates Every Part of You

Food trains every part of you—especially the ones you don't think about.

Your Worldview Is Your Greatest Strength

By Jeff DeGraff Ph.D. on July 20, 2017 in Innovation You
A worldview is more than a type or a style. It’s a collection of deeply held beliefs about how we interpret and experience the world.

Money and a Room of One’s Own

By Jenni Ogden Ph.D. on July 20, 2017 in Trouble in Mind
The Bank of England has unveiled a ten pound note celebrating Jane Austen. Virginia Woolfe also has some insightful messages, still relevant today, about money and women writers.

A Guide to the Fantasy Bond

Many struggles we face in our current interpersonal relationships arise from a core defense formed in childhood known as the “fantasy bond.”
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Five Tips for Taking Your Online Dating Relationship Offline

What good is online dating if the first date doesn’t work out?
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Is It Narcissism or Sociopathy?

By Stephen A. Diamond Ph.D. on July 19, 2017 in Evil Deeds
What is the nexus between narcissistic and antisocial personality?

Secure Attachment: The Norm in Interethnic Relationships

How accurate are negative stereotypes about individuals who form long-term relationships across ethnic lines? Attachment studies suggest that the stereotypes are false.