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Genetics Play a Role in Social Anxiety Disorder, Study Finds A new study has pinpointed a genetic link between social anxiety disorder (SAD) and a serotonin transporter gene called "SLC6A4."
10 Delusions Hoarders Tell Others While it may seem the use of the word ‘delusion’ is a bit strong to people diagnosed with hoarding, the rational they use to justify their behavior does appear to others as delusional. The classic definition of delusional thinking is an unrealistic unshakable belief or … ...
Psychology Around the Net: March 11, 2017 Happy Saturday, sweet readers! Well, depending on where you live in the world, you’ll be “springing forward” late tonight (or early tomorrow — just depends on how you look at it). Soon, the sun will start rising earlier and setting later (which is great news … ...
The Last Baby I wanted a third baby. My youngest was just graduating from baby to toddler. My oldest was fast approaching school age. They were beautiful, funny, adorable, consuming, exasperating, and exhausting. … ...
Avoid the Ad Hominem Attack Arguments on all kinds of topics, between all kinds of people, are everywhere these days. In such a climate, we would be wise to avoid the ad hominem attack.
Medication For Bipolar Disorder Introduction Are you wondering which type of medication is sufficient for a diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder?  Continue reading this article to find out.  This article will discuss various types of … ...
Brain networks at rest are in readiness for action, researchers suggest Brain networks at rest appear to be waiting in a state of potentiation to execute even the simplest of behaviors, report researchers.
Guidelines For Taking Supplements With ADHD: Part II Introduction In my previous article, I discussed three strategies for aiding individuals with ADHD to engage in proper self-care to take supplements properly.  They include but are not limited to … ...
Guidelines For Taking Supplements With ADHD Introduction According to danarayburn.com, “Taking your supplements and vitamins to get the best results for treating your Adult ADD / ADHD can be a bit confusing. What time of day … ...
Looking for a Baby Name? If you are trying to find a special name, you may want to check out this new research first.
Recognizing Narcissistic Abuse When you are in an emotionally abusive relationship, you tend to not realize that you are experiencing “real” abuse, such as victims of physical and sexual abuse.  In addition to this, so many people do not understand what narcissism is and are completely oblivious to … ...
2 Things We Say that Dilute Contact How do you respond when people offer a heartfelt compliment or word of appreciation? Are you able to receive it gracefully or does it make you uncomfortable? Oftentimes we don’t avail ourselves of the simple intimacies that can affect the quality of our day. We … ...
The Problem with Saying Yes Do you believe that relationships are built on doing what others want you to do?  Many emotionally sensitive people believe just that, though they may not be aware of it. … ...
The Training That Will Double Your Memory Performance Double memory capacity with these two training methods. • Click here for your free sample of Dr Jeremy Dean's latest ebook The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic • Dr Dean is also the author of Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything.
A closer look at brain organoid development Researchers already have succeeded in growing so-called 'cerebral organoids' in a dish -- clusters of cells that self-organize into small brain-like structures. Scientists have now further characterized these organoids. They demonstrate that, like in the human brain, so-called forebrain organizing centers orchestrate developmental processes in the organoid, and that organoids recapitulate the timing of neuronal differentiation events found in human brains.
5 Things You Can Do to Make Yourself Happier..Starting... No, winning the lottery isn’t on the list because, guess what? Most of the people who win the lottery end up losing all the money they won and generally end … ...
Sublime Stretching Stretching into our partner’s world. Linda: In their best selling book on negotiation, Getting to Yes, Fisher, Ury and Patton explain “The ability to see the situation as the other … ...
7 Types of Loneliness (and Why It Matters) One major challenge within happiness is loneliness. The more I’ve learned about happiness, the more I’ve come to believe that loneliness is a common and important obstacle to consider. To be happy, we need intimate bonds; we need to be able to confide, we need … ...
Journal Your Way to Better Mental Health Can journaling really lead to better mental health? Journals aren’t just for teenagers trying to hide their private thoughts from their parents’ prying eyes. Journaling is a helpful therapeutic tool. It’s … ...
In Defense of Empathy A new book argues that empathy is not only overrated but actually harmful to morality. But it is often helpful in guiding ethical judgment and motivating appropriate actions.