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Today I Love This Mild Saturday Morning Today I love this mild Saturday morning with its warm humid air and its happy smiling faces. I love music that spontaneously starts, people singing or whistling or playing instruments, … ...
6 Subtle Signs That Someone Is A Psychopath Most people find a psychopath (or sociopath -- it means the same) difficult to spot; even psychologists have long argued over what it means. Dr Jeremy Dean's latest ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything
10 Ways to Beat Frustration Frustration may be commonplace, but it isn’t inevitable. Furthermore, there are constructive things you can do to get past it. Before you give up and give in to this insidious emotion, check out these 10 ways to beat frustration. 1. You always need a plan. … ...
Depression, Anxiety and Being in the Way of Your... Not fulfilling your capabilities and life’s dreams  is one of the biggest reasons for finding yourself unhappy and empty feeling. It can also be the root cause of some anxieties … ...
The Deviant Psychologies of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton In Sex and the City Carrie's love interest, Mr. Big, a real-estate mogul, is compared to Trump, which raises the question: which television character is Hilary Clinton?
The Angry Heart Can your personality kill you?
The Many Advantages of Being a Nasty Woman When Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton a “nasty woman,” he didn’t realize what a backlash he would inspire. A new article suggests how this might work in women’s favor.
The Scariest of Personalities – Narcissistic Mothers Ever wonder what makes Cinderella’s stepmother, Snow White’s stepmother, and Rapunzel’s adopted mother so evil? They are the most hated of characters precisely because their mothering instincts are contrary to a nurturing mother. Cinderella’s stepmother is a humiliating narcissistic parent who neglected and snubbed her … ...
Mindfulness and Acceptance for Gender and Sexual Minorities: An... Matthew Skinta, Ph.D and Aisling Curtin, MSc are the editors of a new volume which aims to provide clinicians with evidence-based strategies for working with and treating gender and sexual minorities. Their approach is based in a contextual behavioral science framework that includes mindfulness and … ...
Psychology Around the Net: October 29, 2016 Happy Saturday, sweet readers! This week’s Psychology Around the Net covers a myriad of interesting topics, if I do say so myself! Keep reading for information on how the way you twist your paperclips could highlight your personality (yes, really), a new three-second brain exercises … ...
Stressed about the Election? That’s Bipartisan Everywhere I go, it seems, people want to talk about the election. I know lots of centered, secure people, but these days, when the topic turns to the election, they … ...
Structure of toxic tau aggregates determinestype of dementia, rate of progression The distinct structures of toxic protein aggregates that form in degenerating brains determine which type of dementia will occur, which regions of brain will be affected, and how quickly the disease will spread, according to a study.
Procedure feared to 'suck brain from skull' safe for malaria patients An American researcher is challenging a widely held African belief that a spinal tap, a procedure safely used to treat other diseases, could suck the brain from the base of the skull and cause death in malaria patients.
What If? (Video) Powerful spoken word poetry about surviving a suicide attempt....
8 Fall Foods I Eat to Improve My Mood Even with its gorgeous foliage and festivities, autumn triggers anxiety and depression for many people. The shorter days and lack of sunlight affect our circadian rhythms; we feel the stress of upcoming holidays; and the claustrophobia of winter is lurking around the corner. I’m not a … ...
Riding Out The Post-Therapy Blahs Maybe I’m just weird, but based on chats with friends, we’re all the same. We all get the post-therapy “blahs.” So, I said to myself, “Lenora, ol’ buddy, ol’ pal, … ...
Reporting Rape–Finding a Voice to Heal and Help According to a telephone survey of a nationally representative sample of 16,507 adults, nearly one in five women has been a victim of rape or attempted rape and one in … ...
3 Ways People’s Behavior Changes With the Time of... Maybe you’re bright and full of optimism when the sun has just come up, but you’re falling apart by the time you get home in the evening. Or maybe you can barely crawl out of bed in the morning, but you start to perk up as the sun is going...
Addicted to Pleasing? 5 Steps to Stopping Navigating close relationships is a common problem for daughters whose emotional needs weren’t met in childhood. Intimacy—whether in friendship or a romantic connection—requires both a sense of self and your … ...
The Natural Dietary Add-On That May Help Prevent Dementia One more benefit of the natural dietary add-on that may help prevent dementia by clearing waste from the brain. Dr Jeremy Dean's latest ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything