The End of the World

Breaking Up Is Hard But It's Not The End of The World

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Moving on is easier if you know techniques for ending cleanly and sensitively.

Chill Out

By Robert Evans Wilson Jr.
The trick is to take your mind off the prize

On Newtown and the End of the World

By Sam Sommers
Even when events turn tragic or apocalyptic, human reaction remains predictable.

Dumped by Girlfriend, Chicago “Suicide Bomber” Wanted to Die

By Adam Lankford Ph.D.
FBI complaint provides evidence of Masri's suicidal tendencies and despair

How to Avoid Population Overshoot and Collapse

By Michael Mills Ph.D.
Manipulating psychological adaptations to help to prevent ecological overshoot.

My Mayan Apocalypse Blog Post

By Hope Perlman
According to Brene Brown, hope is a function of struggle. I embody that.

Does It Kill You to Contemplate Death?

By Susan K Perry Ph.D.
Novelists (and their characters) help us cope with death creatively.

Pessimists: Stay Away From Me

By Loretta G. Breuning Ph.D.
Hell-in-a-hand-basket thinking is selfish

It's the End of the World as We Know it...and I feel fine

By Jaime Booth Cundy BSW, MAPP
Why does the end of the world as we know it have to be a bad thing?

Sandy Hooks Us Together

By Rachel Clark
On America’s high-water mark and the end of the world (as we know it).

I Heart the Apocalypse

By Melissa Kirk
The apocalypse means something to us...even if we don't believe it.

Panic Attacks Are Puzzles

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
When intense fear with no apparent cause suddenly overwhelms you, try this.

It’s the End of the World As We Know It—Do You Feel Fine?

By Jen Kim
How you are supposed to prepare for death, according to the experts