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By Christina Pierpaoli Parker on May 19, 2019 in Eng(aging)
How to get out of your own way and start moving toward a healthier life.
By Preston Ni M.S.B.A. on May 19, 2019 in Communication Success
How we handle anger can make the difference between calmness or agitation, proactive or reactive, and equanimity or suffering.
By James L Creighton Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in Loving Through Your Differences
When a fight is over, there are still practical problems to solve. How can you find mutual agreement without starting the fight all over again?
By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D. on May 18, 2019 in Fulfillment at Any Age
Everyone has a need for connection, but not everyone can fulfill that need. A new study of borderline personality patients over 20 years shows what contributes to their isolation.
By Albert Rothenberg, M.D. on May 20, 2019 in Creative Explorations
This is the story of Dr. Phillipe Pinel, who struck the chains and shackles from hospitalized mental patients and developed, before Freud, meaningful psychotherapy.
By Kelly Campbell Ph.D. on May 20, 2019 in More Than Chemistry
The Games of Thrones series taught us many things, including these five lessons.
By Grant Hilary Brenner MD, FAPA on May 20, 2019 in ExperiMentations
New research clarifies drivers of YouTube addiction.
By Barton Goldsmith Ph.D. on May 20, 2019 in Emotional Fitness
I really don’t like the idea of managing depression, because that means you still have it. I know that not everyone can be cured, but many people can be helped.
By Alexander Danvers Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in How Do You Know?
What does machine learning tell us that correlation can't?
By Linda Esposito LCSW on May 19, 2019 in From Anxiety to Zen
Trying to co-parent with a narcissistic ex can feel like one never-ending boxing match. A few adjustments can go a long way in re-defining your parenting plan.
By Karen Wu Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in The Modern Heart
Annoying or loving? Find out what science says about couples who baby talk.
By Thomas Rutledge Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in The Healthy Journey
You have a nature, a set of stable traits science calls your personality. Knowing your personality can help you select exercise types you are most likely to succeed with long-term.
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in How To Do Life
Tips on difficult conversations.
By Marc Bekoff Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in Animal Emotions
An essay by a former student at the Boulder County Jail has a powerful personal message about how nonhuman animals who have been abused and rehabilitated can help people move on.
By Mira Brancu, Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in A New Look at Women's Leadership
With three different yet complementary styles, this diverse leadership team reflects the larger societal trends about the impact women leaders have in business.
By William R. Klemm Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in Memory Medic
Good genes and luck are important in aging well. But good genes and luck seem more common in people who do these 10 things.
By Kenneth J. Doka Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in Good Mourning
Why do we feel so alone in grief? Are we sending the wrong message to others?
By Gina Barreca Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in Snow White Doesn't Live Here Anymore
A tender and intelligent approach to dementia changes our vocabulary and helps us understand it without fear.
By Joscelyn Duffy on May 19, 2019 in The Power of Personal Narrative
What if navigating great adversity, making everyday choices, and choosing big life direction were as simple as two words?
By Susan J Noonan MD on May 19, 2019 in View From the Mist
A pit crew can work together to improve the lives of those who have mental illness and cancer.
By Sandro Galea M.D. on May 19, 2019 in Talking About Health
To the class of 2019: We look forward to living in the world you help create.
By Sam Louie MA, LMHC on May 19, 2019 in Minority Report
What is your destiny? How do you know when you need to make a change in your life, be it professionally, relationally, or spiritually?
By Sara Gluck, Ph.D., LCSW on May 19, 2019 in Do Your Own Think
There are so many internal and external factors that prevent children from talking about sexual abuse. When they do, our initial reaction is critical.
By Robert Taibbi L.C.S.W. on May 19, 2019 in Fixing Families
We've all heard the notion that our life is a gift. But what does that mean? How do you want to use it? Here are some options. What do you choose?
By Zoe Weil M.A., M.T.S on May 19, 2019 in Becoming a Solutionary
We can love again after loss, and we can learn from opening our hearts and minds to the seemingly impossible.
By Barton Goldsmith Ph.D. on May 19, 2019 in Emotional Fitness
Cell phone separation anxiety has become all too common,
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on May 18, 2019 in How To Do Life
By Wendy Lustbader M.S.W. on May 18, 2019 in Life Gets Better
The energy of anxiety can be a valuable inducement to change. But if we get stoned into daily comfort, why would we do anything differently?
By Scott C. Anderson on May 18, 2019 in Mood by Microbe
The narcissist's need for control can stress you out, mess with your gut, and set up a vicious cycle of sickness. Here's how to deal with it.
By John Amodeo Ph.D., MFT on May 18, 2019 in Intimacy, A Path Toward Spirituality
We all want to be heard, but how good are we at listening? Here are some tips to improve your listening skills—and thereby deepen connections in your relationships.
By Lisa Aronson Fontes Ph.D. on May 18, 2019 in Invisible Chains
Amish children may face special child abuse risks. These suggestions can keep children and families safe and strong.
By Joe Kort, Ph.D. on May 18, 2019 in Understanding the Erotic Code
How parents and therapists can navigate changing labels.
By Susan K Perry Ph.D. on May 18, 2019 in Creating in Flow
Were Lyme ticks really considered for use as bioweapons by the U.S.?
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