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By Jeremy E Sherman Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Ambigamy
Though it comes in many flavors, brands, and ideologies, authoritarianism always pitches the same simple proposition. Recognize it to guard against all threats to open society.
By Glenn Livingston, Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Never Binge Again
Is your willpower to stick to a diet or lose weight at an all time low? Try this approach instead!
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in How To Do Life
Suggestions for finding the right relationship in the 2nd half of your life.
By Shawn M. Burn Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Presence of Mind
Already feeling overwhelmed by holiday demands? Setting limits on what you do during the holiday season can help keep your holidays merry and bright.
By Scott A. Bonn Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Wicked Deeds
The scope and magnitude of New York City make it an attractive hunting ground for a serial killer who desires public recognition for his crimes.
By Jennice Vilhauer Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Living Forward
We want more fulfillment from our relationships—yet ironically, technological advancements have left many people struggling to find lasting love.
By The National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement on December 07, 2018 in Supporting Children Through Crisis and Loss
Grief triggers in children can be strong, and educators are uniquely poised to support their grief over time.
By Tracy A. Dennis-Tiwary Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in More Than a Feeling
The roots of children's kindness start early—and withers without self-kindness.
By Kyle D. Pruett M.D. on December 07, 2018 in Once Upon a Child
Despite technology's omnipresence, neither batteries nor chips guarantee learning or creativity in young children.
By Judith J. Wurtman Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in The Antidepressant Diet
There was your life before you were told by your physician that you have cancer, and there is a new definition of life after you hear that diagnosis. Support is necessary.
By Pirkko Markula Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Fit Femininity
Why is CrossFit so popular? Measurable goals and a community of like-minded people draw exercisers to the "box."
By Amy Barnhorst MD on December 07, 2018 in In Crisis
J.P. had a history of violence and drug use, and was paranoid about the mafia. He lost his gun rights when he was psychiatrically hospitalized. Why did a court give them back?
By Jennifer Baker Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in For the Love of Wisdom
Can't we explain what it is to be good more precisely than saying "being monstrous" is good? Would remembering what we know from sports help?
By James Lake, MD on December 07, 2018 in Integrative Mental Health Care
Are you curious about the antidepressant benefits of omega-3 fatty acids? Research findings support improved response when taken with an antidepressant.
By Ryan M. Niemiec Psy.D. on December 07, 2018 in What Matters Most?
Isolation, sadness, and overwhelm might be a reality for you—especially at this time of year—but they don't have to cause as much suffering as you may think.
By Meaghan Mobbs on December 07, 2018 in The Debrief
Why the new show Homecoming hits a little too close to home.
By Michael G. Pipich MS, LMFT on December 07, 2018 in Owning Bipolar
People with bipolar disorder are often misdiagnosed with major depression. Here's how to know the difference.
By Temma Ehrenfeld on December 07, 2018 in Open Gently
Knowing the difference between types of stress will help you see when you need help. It also deepens compassion.
By Arthur Dobrin D.S.W. on December 07, 2018 in Am I Right?
There is a strong connection between happiness and being a good person.
By Elizabeth J. Meyer Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Gender and Schooling
Teachers can do more to support gender and sexual diversity in schools. Here's how.
By Geoffrey Greif Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Buddy System
Are you a mother-in-law struggling with your relationship with your daughter-in-law? New research may help.
By Anderson Spickard Jr., M.D. on December 07, 2018 in The Craving Brain
Spiritual practices and experiences may bring about transformation in the fight against addiction.
By Mel Schwartz L.C.S.W. on December 07, 2018 in A Shift of Mind
How would you like to break free from the grip of your old, habitual thoughts?
By Christopher Bergland on December 07, 2018 in The Athlete's Way
New research suggests that mental toughness is linked to some surprising positive outcomes associated with subclinical narcissism. Based on my experience as an athlete, I agree.
By Jane Adams Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Between the Lines
For certain young, non-white, or immigrant students in community college, caring for others rather than focusing on themselves, is a "sixth pillar" of emerging adulthood.
By Richard Maxwell, Ph.D. and Toby Miller, Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in Greening the Media
If the future is going to be electric, digital technologies must be made more energy efficient—or there won't be much of a future at all.
By Bandy X. Lee M.D., M.Div. on December 07, 2018 in Psychiatry in Society
A rise in inequality resulting from corruption, oppression, and exploitation fosters the conditions that breed violent behavior, including mass shootings.
By Amy Morin on December 07, 2018 in What Mentally Strong People Don't Do
The most sophisticated bullies know how to use tactics that will go undetected by leadership.
By Glenn C. Altschuler Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in This Is America
The opioid crisis is a story of institutional failure and corruption: among local officials, in federal agencies, the US Congress, and the White House.
By Laura Martocci Ph.D. on December 07, 2018 in You Can’t Sit With Us
Shame and rejection are as painful as injuries that send you to the Emergency Room. Here are some home remedies that might help you through the holidays and through the New Year.
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