Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Preparing for Life’s Inevitable Challenges
William L. Mace Ph.D.
The problem is that he’s slightly controlling, prides himself on being logical, and has to be right about everything.
The perfect recipe for stress, depression, and suicide
Mental disorders are increasing at colleges worldwide.
How millennials can bring about meaningful political change vis-à-vis with the current status-quo.
Childhood anxiety is largely learned, not innate. If we can teach our children to be anxious, it means we can teach them not to be anxious.
Which is which?
The arrival of the smartphone has changed every aspect of teenage life, from social interactions to mental health. It's time for colleges to change their approach as well.
Dehumanizing others makes it easier to intimidate and threaten violence on people who are not people.
Is feeling sad or depressed so socially unacceptable that we must pretend to be happy?
The latest information suggests the crisis may get worse before it gets better.
A nation of adult-children cannot be a nation of self-governing people.
Childhood anxieties build upon one another, becoming the gateway to bipolar, schizophrenia, and all adult mental disorders.
On the make for married men
Denying depression and suicide ideation
Freedom, tradition, and erectile dysfunction
How Tracy turned the tables on Matt..
Preparing to lose some and win some.
Championing the angry crowd.
The single-most reason marriages fall apart.
The human spirit is imbued with an individual and social resilience worth celebrating.
Knowing ourselves is no easy task.
Encumbered a lifetime with a sense of inexplicable guilt.
Does the impact of living in disadvantaged neighborhoods last forever?
A noble profession with few rewards
Do hikes in tuition lead to mental issues?
The promise of better mental health
Struggling with bureaucratic barriers at university mental health services.
Overcoming lack of self-worth and facing down fear of abandonment.
Domestic Violence: Can we break the cycle?
Nearly everyone carries a tiger.
William Mace, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice, and has developed PsychResilience Training (PRT) for prevention and treatment of adult depression and anxiety disorders.