The Kilgrave Effect: Why People Don't Report Their Rapists

Recently the surge of the #MeToo hashtag made people wonder about why many of the sexual assault survivors do not report their perpetrators.

Battling Your Inner Dragons

Some people get up and go to work. Other people have to fight a dragon to get there. Or a series of dragons—the dragons of depression or anxiety.

Wonder Woman Psychology

Did you see "Wonder Woman" in the theatre yet? Wonder what made it so powerful? Here are some of the psychology concepts shown in the film.

Superhero Therapy—Healing through fiction

Do you enjoy reading fiction, watching fantasy or science fiction TV shows, or reading Superhero comics? What if these have a potential to help us better manage our mental health?

Psychology in "13 Reasons Why"

The psychology behind Netflix series "13 Reasons Why"

Psychology of "Logan"

Does Logan suffer from PTSD? Finding meaning after trauma.

Managing Grief With Harry Potter

We go through many losses in life. It's hard to manage when we are dealing alone. By connecting with friends or fictional characters we might be able to better manage our loss.

I Wanted to Be Superman. I Failed.

Did you ever want to be a Superhero? Did you ever connect with fictional characters in a meaningful way? There might be a therapeutic reason for this.

How X-Men Helped Me Recover From PTSD

Have you ever felt depressed or anxious? Have you felt alone in these experiences? Connections with people or fictional characters might help us better.