Sometimes the hardest trap to break free from is the one you've built for yourself. Our quick, easy, automatic, and overly simplistic labels can hold us back in work, love, and play. The scary part is that we might not even see it happening.
In London this summer, the tears are falling like raindrops.
With so much sobbing going on, the press has dubbed the 2012 Olympics as the “Crying Games”. Whether it’s in the pool, on the podium, at the finish line, or even on the Today show, what’s all the crying about?
If you're reading this, you probably haven't been Raptured.
Judgment Day didn't come to pass on May 21, 2011 as prophesied by Family Radio evangelist Harold Camping, but one doomsday prediction did come true.
According to Christian radio broadcaster Harold Camping, today is Judgment Day. There's no doubt that the end is near - there's sophisticated Apocalyptic arithmetic involved - but what if Judgment Day doesn't come?
The endless hours of detailed planning, arduous data collection, eye-crossing statistical analysis, and caffeine-fueled writing sessions have finally paid off: you have written a complete research study manuscript. Here's what to expect from the academic journal peer-review process.
There was a time when hula hoops, pet rocks, and bell bottoms were fads. In this day and age, listening to Lady Gaga and attending a Justin Beiber concert are fads.When people have trouble with their abilities to work productively, learn new things, and form new relationships, that's not a fad...it's a problem.