5 Signs You Are Burned Out at Work

You know that feeling when you just can give any more to your job? It's called burnout. And here are the signs to look for.

Navigating Grief: How to Cope

Let an expert help you cope with grief. It's okay to let people know you are struggling.

10 Tips for Co-Parenting with a Narcissist

What can you do to cope when you are co-parenting with a narcissist?

So You're In a Relationship with a Narcissist, Now What?

Part 3 of a 3-part series on how to cope when you are in a relationship with a narcissist.

8 More Signs You're With a Narcissist

Eight more signs you may be in a relationship with a narcissist.

10 Signs You Are In a Relationship with a Narcissist

Are you in a relationship with a narcissist? Here are 10 telltale signs.

5 Things They Don't Tell You About Grief

Worried you aren't grieving the "right" way? There are some parts of the grief process that people don't like to talk about.

Grieving My Mother

My mother died this year, and she continues to give me some valuable lessons.

Attractiveness Changes Our Perception At an Early Age

Not only does attractiveness influence children's trustworthiness of a person, it even changes how the brain's neural system responds.

The Healing Power of Pets

Abby helped Amanda through anxiety and depression. Abby is a cat.

Are You a Daydreamer or Do You Have ADHD?

When is it daydreaming, and when is it ADHD?

Shame Indicates Anxiety Disorders in Children

Which emotion is a bigger indicator of an anxiety disorder in children - guilt or shame?

Fathers' Impact on ADHD

Fathers have a large impact on the behaviors of children with ADHD. Find out what makes the the role of a father so important in ADHD.

Higher Rate of Depression in ADHD College Students

College students with ADHD are more likely to experience depression than their non-ADHD peers.

The Argument for Later School Start Times

Schools need to start no earlier than 8:30am, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Tips and Tricks to Help Your Kids Swallow Pills

Does your child struggle to swallow pills? Are you tired of battling just to give your child his or medication? Learn tips and techniques for making pill-swallowing easier and less frustrating for you and your child.

5 Hours of Sleep or Less Can Lead to False Memories

Just a small amount of sleep deprivation may cause you to remember things that never happened.

Six Questions to Ask Your Partner Before You Get Married

There are six questions you should ask your partner before you get married. The answers may surprise you.

A Simple Way to Stick to Your New Year's Resolutions

There's a simple way to stick to resolutions. It doesn't cost anything, and it's easy to do. Learn the way you can stick to resolutions and make big changes in your life.

7 Tips For Breaking Up With Someone

Breaking up is never easy. Here are some tips to help you end your relationship in a healthy way.

12 Tips for Successful Public Speaking

Public speaking is said to be the #1 fear in the U.S. Here are some tips to help you maybe even have fun when speaking to an audience.

Internet Gaming Disorder in DSM-5

Hooked on games? Internet Gaming Disorder is a "Condition for Further Study" in the DSM-5.

Do Extroverts Really Take More Risks?

Do extroverts really take more risks? Or do introverts just take a different kind of risk? Read why you may want introverts on your side when making big decisions.

Why You Need ADHD Accommodations in College

If you have ADHD, you need accommodations in college. Find out how to apply, and what you should ask for.

10 Tips for Helping Your Grieving Pet

Pets feel a loss just like people do. They can also go through a grieving process. Here are 10 ways to help your surviving pets adapt to the loss of their buddy.

The Floor is Evil

Dog 1 gets sick. Dog 2 falls apart and starts believing the floor is the root of all evil. Welcome to my world.

Why We Hate Not Finishing What We Start

We remember the unfinished much more than the finished. The Zeigarnik Effect explains why our brains get caught up on unresolved issues, uncompleted tasks, and cliffhangers.

Dreaming in a Language You Don't Know

You may have had the experience of dreaming in a language in which you weren't even semi-fluent. Did your brain pull past language memories out, or did it just create something that sounded like that language?

Crowdsourcing: Improving Psychology Research?

Crowdsourcing makes psychological research more accessible to the general public. It helps researchers out as well.

8 Ways to Make Your Life More Fun

Stuck in a rut of not having fun? Trying to figure out how to get off the constant treadmill of your life so you can just have a good time? Find out how you may be preventing yourself from having fun—and learn what you can do about it.