Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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How do you know if a study quoted in an article is a really solid study? Learn some things to look for that tell you if a study was well-run, or if it needed some extra work.
Starting a new job? Discover 25 ways to get the most out of your work experience.
"You need closure." Heard that before? Here's why getting closure is unrealistic in some circumstances.
What really makes happiness last? Having meaning and purpose in your life. Find out the four factors that make up meaning and purpose.
Do you and your partner have different sex drives? Is it causing conflict in your relationship? Here are some ways to improve your sex life.
Viewing of violent news video, like mass shootings, increases your chances of developing anxiety, depression, and can trigger PTSD symptoms.
Anxiety, depression, and PTSD are more common in people that have lung diseases like COPD and asthma.
What happens when you receive information or behave in a way that is totally contradictory to your beliefs? You experience cognitive dissonance.
You may have heard, "things could have been worse," or "that's what you get," after experiencing a trauma. Your feelings are always valid, no matter what others tell you.
Symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be similar and occur at the same time. Learn about symptoms and treatments.
Narcissists may neglect and abuse your pet. Your pet is seen by the narcissist as a distraction from putting your full attention on them. Watch for these signs.
Do you have ADHD or a thyroid disorder? Symptoms can be very similar. There's also a chance that you can have ADHD and thyroid issues at the same time.
Gaslighters frequently accuse their victims of manipulating, cheating, and being addicted. Why do gaslighters do this, and why does this tactic work so well?
Are gaslighters aware they are manipulating others? It depends on the gaslighter.
Being surrounded by nature, even for just an hour, helps improve mental and physical wellbeing. Learn the amazing benefits of having access to "green spaces."
You may be a victim of gaslighting—no one is immune. Learn what it is so you can identify it before it sucks you in.
Change will happen in life—it always does. So how can you go through change and come out even better than before? These 10 tips will show you how.
There's a pretty good chance that you have a narcissist in your workplace. Follow these steps to protect yourself.
Carrie Fisher was a champion for mental health and helped reduce stigma about mental illness and brain disorders. We owe her a debt of gratitude for being open about her struggle.
Gift-giving with a narcissist - you can never win. There are many pitfalls to giving and receiving gifts with a narcissist. Learn what to expect.
Looking for ways to improve your life in the new year? Learn 5 ways you can make this next year the best ever.
You know them - they're in your workplace, in your home, and now at your Thanksgiving table. People that love conflict. Here's how to handle the 5 types of high-conflict people.
The reason why your dog thinks you are so awesome may be related to genetics. (And the fact that you are awesome.)
My friend Bill died today. Here's how an unlikely friendship turned into one of my most treasured ones.
Not taking stimulant medication for your diagnosed ADHD? You still have ADHD.
It seems like you just can't reach a state of happiness, no matter how hard you try. Learn some of the roadblocks to being happy, and how to fix them.
What should you do if your loved one may be the victim of a crime? Here are 10 tips to help you through an incredible stressful time.
Leaving a narcissist is one of the toughest things you'll ever do. Here's how to get out with minimal emotional damage.
You know that feeling when you just can give any more to your job? It's called burnout. And here are the signs to look for.
Let an expert help you cope with grief. It's okay to let people know you are struggling.
Stephanie Sarkis, Ph.D., N.C.C., L.M.H.C., is the author of Making the Grade with ADD and ADD and Your Money.
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