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Examining wellness in brain, body and spirit to live a bit wiser and a lot saner.
Julia DiGangi Ph.D.
Want a better, more-enjoyable, less-exhausting relationship with your child? Stop transacting.
Want to finally stop your cycles of emotional pain? Consider doing the opposite of what you've been doing.
The astounding irony of war is that it shows us, time and time again, that we are desperately interconnected.
How can you prepare yourself for the "radiant agony" of parenting?
Think you freely chose your partner? Think again.
Have you heard that time is your most important resource? It's not. Find out why.
Why do I feel so miserable before the election?
Research indicates counterintuitive strategies can be effective for managing anxiety.
When it comes to extreme COVID-19 measures, how much can people take?
Start Valentine's Week learning what they never told you about your first love story.
Start Valentine's Week by examining when the journey for love injures and why
How being "ugly" can set you free.
How you can give your kids sustainable happiness for the low cost of $0.
On Thanksgiving, learn how the power of gratitude can transform even your darkest moments.
Julia DiGangi, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist who teaches individuals and organizations about the connection between their brains and their behavior.