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Everyone Makes Mistakes

No one is perfect, we make mistakes all the time—and some mistakes we make over and over. Learning from them is easy, if you want to learn. Cover Image: Jessmine/Shutterstock

Want to Change a Habit? Have "The Courage to Be Imperfect!"

By Meg Selig
"Imperfectionists" have 5 advantages when it comes to habit-change goals.

Are you Changing to Please Yourself or Someone Else?

By Suzanne Degges-White Ph.D.
No matter where you are in life, you are okay. Really.

Romance Is Bad for Our Mental Health

By Jeremy E Sherman Ph.D.
In love, politics, everything, nothing distorts like romantic simplification.

The Elephant in Sigmund Freud's Consulting Room

By Rebecca Coffey
Anna Freud's Gay Conversion Therapy

4 Most Common Ways to Derail a Career

By Ronald E Riggio Ph.D.
Avoiding these will lead you to career success.

How Athletes Can Address the Psychology of Injury

By Laura M Miele Ph.D.
Learning from Lamar Odom and Chamique Holdsclaw

The Perfect Poison to Success

By Robert Evans Wilson Jr.
Parenting, Perfectionism and Procrastination

A Not-To-Do List for the Chronically Ill

By Toni Bernhard J.D.
8 items that belong on a not-to-do list for those with chronic pain or illness.

3 Mistakes That Invite Anxiety to Undermine Your Performance

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Nervous feelings can bubble up at work from specific mistaken habits of thought.

5 Steps to Launching a New Life

By Peg Streep
Research-based tips for reinvention, starting today.

How to Deal With the “Agony of Defeat”

By Frank L. Smoll Ph.D.
Losing sucks! How to deal with it.