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By Anthony D. Fredericks Ed.D. on July 23, 2021 in Creative Insights
There is a common belief that you can’t be creative unless you have a high I.Q. Let’s retire that myth once and for all.
By Hal McDonald Ph.D. on July 23, 2021 in Time Travelling with Apollo
A recent study shows that gazing into someone else’s eyes causes us to underestimate the passage of time.
By Araya Baker, M.Phil.Ed. on July 22, 2021 in Beyond Cultural Competence
Downward envy explains why envious bosses, elders, and gatekeepers start power struggles.
By Michael J Breus Ph.D. on July 22, 2021 in Sleep Newzzz
Sleep is far more than a tool to elevate your productivity and your quality of life in the here and now.
By Jonathan Stevens, M.D., M.P.H. on July 23, 2021 in Mind Matters from Menninger
Cultural awareness is key to facilitating balance and growth, especially for those within the South Asian community.
By Katharine Brooks Ed.D. on July 23, 2021 in Career Transitions
Whatever your reasons for seeking a new opportunity, this is a perfect time to explore your options.
By David W. Wahl Ph.D. on July 23, 2021 in This Sexual Self
Sexual gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse. What does it look like, and what can you do if you suspect you are being sexually gaslighted?
By Denise Winn on July 23, 2021 in Helping Humanity Thrive
Don’t let anxiety about acne hold you back.
By Assael Romanelli Ph.D. on July 23, 2021 in The Other Side of Relationships
By consistently hiding your faults from your partner, you are preventing your relationship from going deeper. Dare to create a relationship where your failings are celebrated.
By Courtney Beard Ph.D. on July 23, 2021 in From Lab to Real World
Imagine having your worst fears pop in your head all day. People with pedophilia OCD care deeply about not harming children, which is why their OCD latches onto this fear.
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on July 23, 2021 in How To Do Life
Ideas for emphasizing your unique identity in your professional and personal life.
By Bre-Ann Slay Psy.D on July 23, 2021 in For the Culture
Lebron James' character is placed in the all too familiar lose-lose situation in parenting where he believes he must beat his child (in a game of basketball) to save him.
By Elaine Birchall, MSW, RSW, and Suzanne Cronkwright on July 23, 2021 in Conquer the Clutter
Have you ever wondered what causes people to live in hoarded conditions?
By Angie Collins-Burke, RN, and Suzanne Cronkwright on July 23, 2021 in Stroke of Awareness
Can we change the conversation about mental illness?
By Julia DiGangi Ph.D. on July 23, 2021 in Reasonable Sanity
How can you prepare yourself for the "radiant agony" of parenting?
By Christopher Bergland on July 23, 2021 in The Athlete's Way
Creating an optimal state of arousal (calm but energized) helps to promote brain-wide synchronization. Whole-brain harmony facilitates flow states that drive peak performance.
By Cara Goodwin, Ph.D. on July 23, 2021 in Parenting Translator
The sibling bond is very important and very complicated. So, what does research tell us about siblings and how we can improve this significant relationship?
By Craig B. Barkacs MBA, JD on July 23, 2021 in Power and Influence
Remembering this simple principle can help prevent self-sabotage.
By Imi Lo on July 23, 2021 in Living with Emotional Intensity
People with Quiet BPD turn anger inward rather than outward. They often appear rigid, quiet, and reserved. Even they may appear stoic, they are deeply sensitive on the inside.
By Sean Grover L.C.S.W. on July 23, 2021 in When Kids Call the Shots
Addiction programs have a higher success rate than traditional psychotherapy.
By Katherine Ramsland Ph.D. on July 23, 2021 in Shadow Boxing
Peter Langman, an expert on school shooters, offers a practical guide to the signals of a potential school shooter. Any of us can be the one who successfully intervenes.
By Troy Rondinone Ph.D. on July 23, 2021 in The Asylum
The battle over Critical Race Theory is really a battle over the right to teach dissenting ideas in school. The past teaches us that critical thought must be allowed.
By Michelle McQuaid on July 22, 2021 in From Functioning to Flourishing
In this post, Peter Senge shares his tips on how we can better navigate uncertainty for ourselves and others.
By Scott Dust, Ph.D. on July 22, 2021 in What We Really Want in a Leader
Virtual and hybrid work is becoming the new normal. If organizations want to do it right, they need to focus on establishing team trust.
By Lisa Firestone Ph.D. on July 22, 2021 in Compassion Matters
There are some common, restricting viewpoints around love and relationships that can limit a person’s capacity for personal growth and experiencing love and fulfillment.
By Maria Baratta Ph.D., L.C.S.W. on July 22, 2021 in Skinny Revisited
Asking someone "What's it like to be you?" is the first step to a real connection.
By Sarah Greenberg, MFT on July 22, 2021 in Life's Work
When searching for a therapist, it can be so hard to know. It's so personal. Ask yourself some questions to determine if your therapist is a keeper or if it's time to keep looking.
By Robert Maunder, M.D., and Jonathan Hunter, M.D. on July 22, 2021 in Damaged
Adverse childhood experiences put adult health at risk. The distance ACEs create between people may be their least recognized but most harmful consequence.
By Shahram Heshmat Ph.D. on July 22, 2021 in Science of Choice
Listening to music quite simply gives us pleasure.
By Margaret R Rutherford Ph.D. on July 22, 2021 in Perfectly Hidden Depression
Ask questions that would reveal problems with vulnerability.
By Brynn Johnson on July 22, 2021 in Body Talk
Sinking feeling on Sunday night? You might have anxiety about going to your job on Monday.
Research reveals how deeply your sleep, on a nightly basis, can affect your biology at the cellular level.
By Kyle Young on July 22, 2021 in Activating Insights
Can't find a perfect solution to a problem you're facing? That's okay. You still have options, and here are five to consider.
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