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By David Roger Clawson M.D. on October 23, 2021 in Deconstructing Illness
Are we marching down the wrong path trying to find wellness and health only to find illness and disease?
By Frederick L. Coolidge Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in How to Think Like a Neandertal
Why are we fascinated and obsessed with scary movies?
By Bernard Golden, Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in Overcoming Destructive Anger
While some individuals relax when consuming alcohol, others become sad or even nostalgic. However, some experience anger arousal that can lead to aggression or even violence.
By Claire Wilcox M.D. on October 22, 2021 in Healthy Brain, Happy Life
Are sociopaths and people-pleasers opposite sides of the same coin?
By Darcia F. Narvaez Ph.D. on October 24, 2021 in Moral Landscapes
American culture could benefit from more humility, especially towards the basic needs of children.
By Mitzi Perdue MPA on October 24, 2021 in To End Human Trafficking
The internet is the preferred place for predators to groom children. Parents and guardians need to develop situational awareness skills to protect their children
By David J Bredehoft Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in The Age of Overindulgence
Does your child nag you when you go shopping? Do your children beg you to do things they shouldn't be doing? Do you give in to them? You need help to eliminate the nag factor.
By Sylvie Naar Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in Metamorphosis
How do you have a conversation with young people about change without confrontation?
By Jack Turban MD MHS on October 23, 2021 in Political Minds
Many have said that celebrities should stop tweeting about COVID-19. That might be a big mistake.
By Gwendolyn Seidman Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in Close Encounters
A new study explored how different facets of narcissism can explain how narcissists react to romantic breakups.
By Diana Hill, Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in From Striving to Thriving
What happens when the future imagined never arrives, or if it does, you’ve already moved on to the next “I’ll feel better when?”
By Meri Wallace LCSW on October 23, 2021 in How to Raise a Happy, Cooperative Child
Does your child's whining upset you? Here are a few tips to communicate with your children when they whine.
By Mark Rego M.D. on October 23, 2021 in Modern World, Modern Mind
Burnout has become a common topic since the pandemic. But it is not limited to medical personnel or first responders. The decisive factor is how much control you have over stress.
By Ronald E. Riggio Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in Cutting-Edge Leadership
What secrets can people discover from how you greet others?
By John-Tyler Binfet Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in Canines, Kids, and Kindness
Therapy dogs within a police detachment? New research explores the role of therapy dogs in reducing occupational stress.
By Marc Bekoff Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in Animal Emotions
In a non-judgmental way, Linnea Ryshke asks deep questions about our circle of moral concerns, our relationships with other animals, and how we deal with cognitive dissonance.
By Laura Otis Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in Rethinking Thought
By dismissing talk about aging as whining, we may be blocking a stream of knowledge that could save each other’s lives.
By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in Fulfillment at Any Age
The desire of narcissists to feel superior can lead them to humiliate people who they see as a threat. New research shows how to regain your self-esteem if you've become a target.
By Mikhail Lyubansky Ph.D. on October 23, 2021 in Between the Lines
In the hope of reverse-engineering what makes a restorative system sustainable, here are some things that lead restorative systems in schools to break down.
By Blake Griffin Edwards LMFT on October 23, 2021 in Progress Notes
Carl Rogers provided a vision for reformation, challenged conventions, engaged in qualitative research never before tried, and established much-needed new ethical guidelines.
By Nancy J. Kislin, LCSW, MFT on October 22, 2021 in Family and Trauma
Is the stress of managing life making you forgetful or distracted? These simple steps can protect your personal identity and financial life.
By Ilisa Kaufman Psy.D. on October 22, 2021 in The Beginning of the End
Ever wondered how to control death? Learn to manage anxiety around death with a few behavioral modifications.
By Lisa Firestone Ph.D. on October 22, 2021 in Compassion Matters
To a degree, many of us don’t actually want what we say we want. Because of learned defenses from our past, we unknowingly sabotage ourselves.
By Dona Matthews Ph.D. on October 22, 2021 in Going Beyond Intelligence
Giftedness is not innate. But it does develop, and kids who are intellectually advanced need special learning opportunities that match their ability.
By Meghna Mahambrey Ph.D. on October 22, 2021 in SPARK
Want a quick and easy way to improve your relationship overnight? Learn to speak one another's love languages.
By Matthew J. Sharps Ph.D. on October 22, 2021 in The Forensic View
Accuracy and errors in the scientific world depend in part on psychological principles. Forensic psychology can help to clarify these issues.
By Bruce Grierson on October 22, 2021 in The Carpe Diem Project
This show scatters lessons like confetti. Let’s look at some of the social science that’s propping it all up.
By Joel Nigg Ph.D. on October 22, 2021 in Helping Kids through ADHD
Leading pediatric organizations call for rapid investments and policy upgrades.
By Abigail Fagan on October 22, 2021 in The Therapy Center
When to move on and find a new therapist.
By Carolyn C. Ross M.D., M.P.H. on October 22, 2021 in Real Healing
It may be difficult to distinguish between binge eating disorder and other disordered eating. There is some overlap, though, and research can help.
By Carla Shuman Ph.D. on October 22, 2021 in From Trial to Triumph
After the pandemic, loneliness has become its own epidemic. Use these strategies to make new meaningful connections regardless of your physical situation.
By John P. Schuster on October 22, 2021 in The Power of Your Past
In the barrage of discouraging news on problems not about to go away, we must try our best to remain calm.
By Tonya Lester LCSW on October 22, 2021 in Staying Sane Inside Insanity
If you still often feel like your concerns are never really addressed no matter how often you bring them up, you might be facing a "kind narcissist."
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