What to know about what you don’t know you know. #1: Intuition is very efficient—if you don't overthink it.
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By Nick Morgan Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in Communications That Matter
Imposter syndrome can make your life miserable, especially if it comes up while you're speaking in public. Here's how to fight it.
By Vyv Evans Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in Language in the Mind
Part 1: Communication is much more than just language. Non-verbal cues are essential to communicating empathy.
By Juliana Breines Ph.D. on January 16, 2020 in In Love and War
Research suggests that the way we evaluate others provides insight into our own desires, fears, and personalities.
By Guest Blogger on January 16, 2020 in The Guest Room
While cause-and-effect remains unclear, scientists are exploring an association between oral contraceptive use and later depression prevalence.
By Sam Louie MA, LMHC on January 17, 2020 in Minority Report
If you struggle with compulsive sexual behaviors (i.e. porn/sex addiction, prostitutes, webcams, masturbation, etc.), you may want to consider how stopping can get you rich...
By Relly Nadler Psy.D., M.C.C. on January 17, 2020 in Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Part 1: If you stay on automatic, you stay average. What are the miro-initiatives that can create macro-impacts?
By Robert Taibbi L.C.S.W. on January 17, 2020 in Fixing Families
Deciding to separate is never an easy decision. What to do to make the transition as smooth as possible.
By Jennifer J. Brout Psy.D on January 17, 2020 in Noises Off
Is Misophonia a genetic disorder? The answer is not a simple one!
By Arash Emamzadeh on January 17, 2020 in Finding a New Home
Does caring for yourself feel selfish or like too much work? Here, three metaphors that might help motivate you to engage in more self-care.
By Nancy Colier LCSW, Rev. on January 17, 2020 in Inviting a Monkey to Tea
Are you unknowingly teaching your child to feel disconnected?
By Dona Matthews Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in Going Beyond Intelligence
Your child needs friends if they’re going to become their happiest and best self. Here are 8 ideas if friendships are causing more problems than joy in your child’s life.
By Michael W. Austin Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in Ethics for Everyone
We need to balance our attitudes toward activity and rest. We need a mindset that helps us balance the pace of our lives.
By Tim Elmore on January 17, 2020 in Artificial Maturity
There are five questions every one of us should be able to answer for the students under our leadership at school, in our homes, on a team, at work—you name it.
By Suzanne Degges-White Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in Lifetime Connections
Sexual attraction is a basic and normal physiological response to an attractive stimulus, but sometimes that stimulus is out-of-bounds.
By Sonia Voynow LCSW on January 17, 2020 in Empowered Parenting
Emotions are really your GPS, showing us where you are at any moment, and what support you might need. Experiencing your feelings without judgment is just good self-care.
By Lawrence R. Samuel Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in Psychology Yesterday
Many writers recognize that their unconscious plays a big part in whatever they ultimately put down on paper.
By Roy Parvin on January 17, 2020 in Psychological Shrapnel
Do celebrity overdoses have insomnia in common?
By David Hanscom, MD on January 17, 2020 in Anxiety: Another Name for Pain
We are programmed from an early age to nurture self-esteem. It may cause us to be more judgmental, both of ourselves and others–including the medical culture.
By Tom Bissonette MSW, LMSW, Ret. on January 17, 2020 in Youth in a Disordered World
Without stressful situations and family conflicts to resolve, we cannot learn how to deal with and appreciate differences.
By Jeremy Howick Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in Doctor You
Is January getting you down? Here's an easy cure for you and the world.
By Peg Streep on January 17, 2020 in Tech Support
We are always focused on the work of unlearning from pain and neglect, but what if we tended our inner gardens instead? A look into the possibilities.
By Nathan H. Lents, Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in Beastly Behavior
Underneath the great complexity of life lies some elegantly simple mathematics. Perhaps we are not "the most unlikely of species" after all.
By Heather Widdows Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in Perfect Me
When it becomes unacceptable to make negative comments on people’s appearance, including their make-up, then the pressure will decrease.
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on January 17, 2020 in How To Do Life
10 eminent philosophers’ quotes... and counterpoints.
By Joye Swan Ph.D. on January 16, 2020 in Up Close and Personal
The rift between Warren & Sanders underscores how memory does—and doesn't—work.
By Jennifer Guttman Psy.D. on January 16, 2020 in Sustainable Life Satisfaction
Americans are among the most stressed in the world, and more than 4 million have anger control problems.
By Thomas Rutledge Ph.D. on January 16, 2020 in The Healthy Journey
Your views about politics may be harming your physical and mental health.
By Briana Mezuk Ph.D. on January 16, 2020 in Ask an Epidemiologist
Beauty isn’t the only thing that lies in the eye of the beholder. How emphasis and interpretation of data on declines in life expectancy are distracting us from bigger issues.
By James Lake, MD on January 16, 2020 in Integrative Mental Health Care
Are you struggling with obsessive-compulsive disorder and looking for information on non-drug alternatives? Emerging research findings suggest some supplements may be helpful.
By Greg O'Brien on January 16, 2020 in On Pluto
I pledge to find the beauty in each day—a shaft of sunlight through a tree’s black limbs, a marsh at high tide, an explosion of red leaves still clinging to a branch.
By Ian Hansen Ph.D. on January 16, 2020 in Psychology Without Atrocity
Is the scope of the term "conspiracy theory" an unhealthy mix of broad, content-based, and pejorative?
By Melissa Shepard MD on January 16, 2020 in Erasing Stigma
Scientists know more than ever about how the structure of the brain affects our behavior. Here some of the classic cases that built the foundation for modern neuropsychiatry.
By Alice Boyes Ph.D. on January 16, 2020 in In Practice
Small doses of support can have a much bigger impact than you expect.
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