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Can you do a lower fee? Can you do a lower fee?   The exchange of money for your services is not simply a financial transaction in business. There is often an unconscious exchange happening as well, an acknowledgment of roles and of value.   This exchange is powerful when brought … ...
A Cheap New Wonder Drug? A one-time purchase might improve your health for life.
What Body Acceptance Is and What It Isn’t: Q&A... For you body acceptance might feel elusive. It might feel out of reach. It might seem overwhelming or foreign or just unnatural. Maybe you think it’s insignificant or unrealistic or … ...
You can be happy and lonely at the same time This is worrisome for a number of reasons, perhaps none greater than all of the health problems with which loneliness is associated.
Obesity-linked diagnoses on the rise among youth Study finds a sharp rise in health insurance claims filed on behalf of young people with obesity-related conditions more typically associated with older adults.
Who am I? The key to understanding yourself We all have a moment when we’re not sure who we are anymore. The people we were closest to may have fed us lies about our identity, either putting us on a pedestal, or making us feel useless. Or perhaps you carry a different persona at work, in private, socially and with family. You feel […]
Implicit Racial Prejudice and Explicit Discrimination Recent media coverage has questioned the utility of research on implicit biases. This article responds to criticisms of the IAT.
A Dog That Is Afraid of Loud Noises Is Afraid of Everything Research indicates that dogs that are easily frightened by loud noises are much more apt to be fearful in many situations, show separation anxiety, and even aggressive behaviors.
Managing Anxious Behavior in Children: 7 Tips Stress and anxiety is a normal part of life for many people, including children. Children, like adults can struggle with intense feelings of frustration and anxiety leading to challenges in … ...
Physical Health and Mental Health, Part 3: Getting a... This is Part 3 in the “Physical Health and Mental Health” series. Click to read Part 1 and Part 2. There is a strong relationship between Physical Health and Mental Health. Both play a significant role in our lives. It has been found that staying physically … ...
Found: Neurons that orient bats toward destination Bats – like humans – can find their favorite fruit stand (or coffee shop) even when it’s hidden behind a screen or tall buildings. How? Scientists have now identified the neurons that point bats in the right direction, even when their destination is obscured. This could aid understanding of some aspects of Alzheimer’s.
Thank a Pharmacist Today is National Pharmacist Day.  This post is a shout out to all the pharmacists across the country for being available (in many pharmacies) 24 hours a day for consultation. … ...
Negative Judgements Reveal Lower Life Satisfaction The negative people in your life, the haters, those that always assume the worst of others… Should we feel sorry for them? That may seem like a weird question but … ...
Searching For Answers I’m one of “those” Catholics. You know, the Catholic that only goes to church on special holidays like Christmas and Easter (if I remember), the occasional baptism or confirmation, and … ...
Narcissism in the Church It’s been a decade since my shadow darkened a church door. Church is toxic for me. I’m in detox. Aye, that sums it up: detox! The very word “church” is … ...
The Agony of Spiritual Abuse By Religious Narcissists Nausea. Bile rising in my throat. The very thought of church makes me want to vomit. As my friend wrote, “…narcissists using God… is almost enough to make you turn atheist.” … ...
Macaques, like humans, know how well they can recall memories Researchers have pinpointed a brain region monkeys use to evaluate their ability to recall memories. To date, this metamemory process, which requires a higher level of self-reflection about our own cognition, was thought by some to be unique to humans, though this research suggests otherwise.
New system for forming memories Until now, the hippocampus was considered the most important brain region for forming and recalling memory, with other regions only contributing as subordinates. But a new study finds that a brain region called entorhinal cortex plays a new and independent role in memory. Researchers showed that, in rats, the entorhinal cortex replays memories of movement independent of input from the hippocampus.
The Vitamin That Stops People Getting Horrific Headaches Largest study to date builds evidence that vitamin deficiency is linked to chronic headaches. Dr Jeremy Dean's ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything
The Problem With (How We Treat) Highly Disciplined People New research explores a potential downside of having high self-control.