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Why The Narcissist Needs to Wow You (and He will) We all know that narcissists need an audience but why they do depends on the type of narcissist you’re dealing with. Is the narcissist you know grandiose or vulnerable? New … ...
Improve Communication with Your Teen The one thing that sets the teen years apart from no other is incredibly rapid change! Parents wake up one day and their “little baby” is suddenly a teenager. The rules of the game have changed and parents don’t know how to “play” anymore. Suddenly … ...
Does Tom Hanks Movie `Sully’ Reveal How to Cope... Captain Chesley (Sully) Sullenberger was piloting US Airways Flight 1549 which crash landed in May 2014 on to the Hudson River. This “Miracle on the Hudson” is the focus of Tom Hanks movie, Sully. Sully’s plane collided with birds almost immediately after take-off, producing dramatic power … ...
Making Romance Last Part 1 Growth happens in the discomfort zone. Linda: Enlarging our comfort zone is good for us as individuals and terrific for us as a couple. Our life becomes more interesting and … ...
What Do You Know About ADHD? What do you know about ADHD that you didn’t know before? What do you think you know about it? What can I tell you about it that you might want … ...
Silencing Is Golden: The Chilling Dogma of AntiNormalization Many college students are unable to debate bad ideas because they aren't learning the difference between a firmly held opinion and a self-evident truth.
Some gun laws tied to lower suicide rates Researchers found that states with universal background checks had a decrease in suicides.
Today I Love Planning Road Trips Today I love planning road trips to places I’ve never been even if they are surrounded by places I have been. I love hotels with wifi, even if I haven’t … ...
Is Distraction a Healthy Coping Strategy? It’s tempting to deal with problems by not thinking about them and instead distracting yourself with other activities. But is this a healthy way of coping? That’s not a rhetorical question. It’s a question researchers from Sweden actually posed as the starting point for a recent study, titled (logically enough)...
Do Only Dead Fish Swim with the Stream? Many people's long-term romantic behavior is similar to dead fish floating with the current, slowly drifting with the stream. Is such behavior damaging? Not always, it would seen.
How Would Trumpcare Affect Mental Health Care? People addicted to opioids and rural Americans would lose "big league"
6 Healthy Ways to Cope With A Narcissist How do you cope with narcissism? Did you know that you must learn how to “play the game” in order to survive? For a lot of people, this is tricky. … ...
5 Ways to Free Yourself From Dark and Obsessive... Stuck thoughts. Painful ruminations. Unrelenting obsessions. They are the curse of depression — among the most excruciating symptoms, in my opinion. “When a child gets lost, he may feel sheer terror,” explains Byron Katie in her bestseller Loving What Is. “It can be just as frightening … ...
APA Recognizes Five Organizations For Healthy Workplace Practices Employers honored for fostering employee well-being while enhancing business performance
Brain Awareness Week: Super Brain Food #brainweek When I was a child and sick with a cold or flu, my Mother would make homemade Chicken soup. She would say you have to feed a cold.  When it comes … ...
People with maladaptive personality traits view those traits more favorably, study finds New research has found that people view maladaptive traits more favorably if they consider themselves to possess those very same traits. The three-part study of 417 college students found that individuals with elevated scores on Dark Triad traits (narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy) and other maladaptive traits were more likely to view those traits more favorably. [...]
Study: ‘More is better’ attitude regarding exercise intensity may not be true for psychological well-being More vigorous physical activity isn’t necessarily better than more moderate forms of physical activity when it comes to psychological well-being, according to research published in the Journal of Health Psychology. The study of 419 healthy adults used wearable accelerometer devices along with a questionnaire to assess physical activity. Three more surveys were used to measure the participants’ psychological well-being, depression, [...]
US college students less interested in learning about sexual assault prevention compared to other countries Bystander attitudes towards preventing sexual assault vary depending on geographical location, according to a study recently published in the Journal of Sex Research. Sexual assault refers to any sexual act that has been carried out without consent. According to the World Health Organization, up to 8.0% of women in 20 countries across the world do [...]
Conducting the Milgram experiment in Poland, psychologists show people still obey The title is direct, “Would you deliver an electric shock in 2015?” and the answer, according to the results of this replication study, is yes. Social psychologists from SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Poland replicated a modern version of the Milgram experiment and found results similar to studies conducted 50 years earlier. [...]
Debunking the ‘gaydar’ myth Kids are often told that you can’t judge a book by its cover. Even so, people often believe they can rely on their gut to intuit things about other people. Stereotypes often influence these impressions, whether it’s that a black man is dangerous, a woman won’t be a good leader or a fashionable man is [...]