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3 Every Day Tips for Managing Depression Yes, when you are depressed finding an antidepressant that works for you is a great start, but, there are little things throughout the day you can do to help alleviate … ...
Most People Don’t Know This Is The Best Way To Empathise People are mistaken about the best way to understand other people's minds. • 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.
Caffeine boosts enzyme that could protect against dementia Researchers have identified 24 compounds -- including caffeine -- with the potential to boost an enzyme in the brain shown to protect against dementia.
How Does Your Depression Affect Your Child? Tracy Thompson begins her thoughtful book The Ghost in the House with two brilliant sentences: “Motherhood and depression are two countries with a long common border. The terrain is chilly and inhospitable, and when mothers speak of it at all, it is usually in guarded … ...
Does Your Body Language Give You Away? It’s widely known that your body language provides a window into your thoughts. Control that language, with guidance from this new research, to improve your relationships.
Progress towards a circuit diagram of the brain Precise knowledge of the connections in the brain – the links between all the nerve cells – is a prerequisite for better understanding this most complex of organs. Now researchers have developed a new algorithm for analyzing image data.
Study tests the 'three-hit' theory of autism Could a genetic predisposition to autism together with early stress have a more detrimental effect on boys than on girls? In experiments with mice, researchers found evidence that three factors -- genes, environment, and sex -- work together to produce problems with social interaction, a hallmark of autism.
Brain architecture alters to compensate for depression Structural differences in the cerebral cortex have been found in patients with depression. These differences normalize with appropriate medication, report researchers.
Blueberry concentrate improves brain function in older people Drinking concentrated blueberry juice improves brain function in older people, according to new research.
What Sex and Dying Have in Common For those of you who are just joining us here, just so you know, I have a mild phobia of death. I often blog about it. Mostly, I am afraid … ...
Self-Empowerment Through Mindful Choosing Self mastery, self-empowerment, and self-efficacy are achieved by learning how to take advantage of a simple fact: that every moment of your day presents you with an opportunity to choose … ...
Today I Love The Scudding Clouds Today I love the scudding clouds as they head purposefully north past my window like a fleet of yachts being sailed by amateurs. I imagine the captains and mates all … ...
Always Check for a Sleep Disorder So many of the letters I receive as an advice columnist here at PsychCentral start with a list of mental health symptoms and end with an almost “by the way” report of sleep disturbance. You’d think that the multiple articles online and in popular magazines … ...
Best of Our Blogs: March 7, 2017 It gets me every time. I build a story about the friend who didn’t call or the relative who mentioned the perfect mom next door. Suddenly, I’m entrenched with guilt and envy. The story feels all too familiar, which makes it difficult to separate fiction … ...
Medications for Bipolar Disorder: Lithium Medication is the primary treatment for bipolar disorder, although 20% of people will still have persistent symptoms even with treatment. Finding the right treatment is difficult and can take years. … ...
Can I Trust Him? The Psychology and Philosophy of Trust What is trust, when does it pertain, and can it ever be absolute?
Can We Overcome Our Tribalistic Nature? Why can't Americans just get along? A few psychological principles explain a lot.
How To Manage A Team That Keeps Growing I was contacted by a freelance writer working on a blog post for the project management platform, Wrike, for my thoughts about how you manage a team that keeps growing. Question: What are some notable differences between leaders of small teams (let’s say 10 people and under) and leaders of large teams (100 people and over)? … Continue reading How To Manage A Team That Keeps Growing →
Why We Love Talking About Ourselves People love to talk, talk, talk.
How to get your kids to eat well and avoid eating disorders One of the most important things parents can do is eat with their kids.