I Feel Your Pain

I Feel Your Pain

How your pain affects those around you. Image via Shutterstock.
Your Pain Is My Gain

Your Pain Is My Gain

By Nigel Barber Ph.D.
Guilty pleasure at the fall of celebrities
Agreeable? You’re More Likely to Benefit From Placebo

Agreeable? You’re More Likely to Benefit From Placebo

By Joshua Gowin Ph.D.
Your personality affects your likelihood to experience placebo effects.

I’ll Be With You When the Deal Goes Down

By Robert D Stolorow Ph.D.
Emotional trauma needs a welcoming relational home.
Can Relationships Make You Sick?

Can Relationships Make You Sick?

By Melanie Greenberg Ph.D.
Research suggests how to look out for yourself, no matter what.

Talking Away the Pain

By Mark Borigini M.D.
It may be cheap, but sometimes talking works.

I Don't Feel Your Pain: Overcoming Roadblocks to Empathy

By David F. Swink
Why empathy is important at home and work, and how to be better at it

The Challenges of Living with Invisible Pain or Illness

By Toni Bernhard J.D.
The chronically ill and those who care for them often live in an invisible world

Love Hurts…For Real

By Michael J Formica MS, MA, EdM
Social rejection experienced as physical pain

Are You Emotionally Contagious?

By Ronald E Riggio Ph.D.
Do others' emotions infect you, or are you the carrier?

Doctor, Doctor: Can You Feel My Pain?

By Gillian Ragsdale Ph.D.
Compassion fatigue starts in medical school.

Personality and Pain Relief

By Scott A. McGreal MSc.
The effectiveness of placebo treatment for pain is related to personality traits