There are ways to temper your toughest critic and take constructive control of your feelings.
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By Robert J. Hedaya MD, DLFAPA, ABPN, CFM on March 04, 2019 in Health Matters
My wife goes through life with her salience network turned up around art, space, and religious studies.
By Robert H. Woody Ph.D. on March 04, 2019 in Live... In Concert
A virtuoso performance is a sure-fire way to bring applauding audiences to their feet. It’s thrilling, awe-inspiring, even otherworldly.
By Cody Kommers on March 04, 2019 in A Friendly Interest
When is it time to come up with a new category?
By Srini Pillay M.D. on March 02, 2019 in Debunking Myths of the Mind
What do you do when you just can't see eye to eye?
By Blake Griffin Edwards on March 02, 2019 in Progress Notes
Over the course of therapy, clients drop one after another of the defensive masks with which they have faced life.
By Emily Page Lockamy MA, LPCA on March 02, 2019 in Reflections on Love and Loss
As National Eating Disorders Awareness Week ends, it's important to continue spreading awareness about effective therapy approaches.
By Po Chi Wu Ph.D. on March 01, 2019 in Jacob's Staff
Five key lessons from jazz and improvisational comedy that help entrepreneurs and all of us get through life—with a smile to share, at least.
By Vivian Wagner Ph.D. on March 01, 2019 in The Creative Life
Looking for a way to spark your creativity? Try daily journaling.
By Jennifer Hamady on March 01, 2019 in Finding Your Voice
Listening to and honoring our children aren't signs of weakness. They're the surest way to empowerment and happiness—for everyone involved.
By Michele Kerulis Ed.D. on February 28, 2019 in Sporting Moments
Celebrate Black history, culture, and inspiration throughout the year.
By Cathy Malchiodi PhD, LPCC, LPAT, ATR-BC, REAT on February 27, 2019 in Arts and Health
Two recent studies support music's neurobiological reward to engage the brain’s reward system via Freddie Mercury's intonations.
By Sam Osherson Ph.D. on February 27, 2019 in Listen Up!
Does your classroom sometimes feel like a steamroller you can't slow down? This low-pressure game can foster creativity, cohesion, and empathy.
By Thalia R. Goldstein Ph.D. on February 26, 2019 in The Mind On Stage
Children's engagement in the arts can vary by situation—and that can matter for outcomes.
By Cecilia Dintino PsyD on February 26, 2019 in Midlife Matters
Most of us look to our futures in a crystal ball that reflects only what's gone before. But the best discoveries are born from something never experienced before.
By Dianne Grande Ph.D. on February 24, 2019 in In It Together
Emotional vulnerability becomes strength in loving relationships.
By Albert Rothenberg, M.D. on February 23, 2019 in Creative Explorations
Errors constantly occur with the technical and demanding work of creation in art. Managing these impart individualistic aesthetic value.
By Kathryn Haydon MSc on February 22, 2019 in Adventures in Divergent Thinking
What’s an obscure fact about you that you might share with the world to help us remember you and your brand?
By Glenn Geher Ph.D. on February 21, 2019 in Darwin's Subterranean World
The academic publishing process is famously difficult. It can be cutthroat. It can be capricious. It can be heartless. Here are some tips for navigating these treacherous waters.
By Kathryn Haydon MSc on February 19, 2019 in Adventures in Divergent Thinking
Which job do you consider sexier—electrician or web developer?
By Jeff DeGraff Ph.D. on February 19, 2019 in Innovation You
Creativity will never be an item on a pull-down menu you can click to activate on-demand—creativity demands you.
By Albert Rothenberg, M.D. on February 17, 2019 in Creative Explorations
Before Sylvia Plath's suicide, uncreative and self-destructive feelings dominated her final poems.
By D. B. Dillard-Wright Ph.D. on February 16, 2019 in Boundless
The arts and literature ease the cognitive narrowing of technology addiction.
By Hal McDonald Ph.D. on February 15, 2019 in Time Travelling with Apollo
A new study suggests that creativity means soaring while we're still attached to the ground.
By Grant Hilary Brenner MD, FAPA on February 14, 2019 in ExperiMentations
Making sure projects are wrapped up before heading home is a great quality in a worker, but research suggests it may get in the way of performance and job satisfaction.
By Marty Nemko Ph.D. on February 14, 2019 in How To Do Life
The benefits of the process plus Amazon's amazing self-publishing platform.