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The Victim “Pain is no one’s fault” –Wayne Muller Whether or not you agree with this statement, it’s pretty likely that there has been a time or two, or more, that it … ...
Darwin’s Parenting Tips For many of us, parenting is our #1 priority and challenge. Here is some guidance on the process brought to you by good old evolutionary psychology.
Gene mutation linked to early onset of Parkinson's disease in caucasians A defect in a gene that produces dopamine in the brain appears to accelerate the onset of Parkinson’s disease, according to new research. The effect is particularly dramatic for young-to-middle-age adults.
More evidence ties sugary caffeinated drinks to poor sleep Adults who sleep no more than five hours a night are more likely to be heavy soda drinkers than people who get more rest.
Girls may wait longer for sex when they're close to their mothers Teen girls who get along with their mothers may be less likely to have sex earlier in adolescence.
Know Yourself, Love Yourself, Be Yourself: 3 Keys to... “I’m so busy being a wife, mother, daughter, and nurse that I don’t even know who I am anymore. I’m always taking care of others and trying to keep them … ...
Know Yourself, Love Yourself, Be Yourself   “I’m so busy being a wife, mother, daughter, and nurse that I don’t even know who I am anymore. I’m always taking care of others and trying to keep … ...
Adolescence and the Worrisome Transition to High School Worry can increase anxiety, but it can also spare a lot of harm.
Shoulder Stretches Release Stress (Video) 4 beginner yoga stretches you can do sitting down, to manage tension and stress....
Today I Love New Beginnings Today I love new beginnings that reach out and grab me and say, “Come on, you’re coming with us.” I love big changes and small wonders. I love finding my … ...
When Driving and Multitasking Go Together We all know not to text and drive. But is multitasking behind the wheel always a bad idea? Recently, researchers from the Department of Psychology and Department of Artificial Intelligence at University of Groningen collaborated on an experiment looking at how different kinds of multitasking affected people’s driving performance in...
ADHD: The “Wait, What?” Disorder I never noticed before, how often I am taken by surprise by my life and the things that go on in it. That’s probably because I’ve never lived any other … ...
When Positive Thinking Doesn’t Work, This Does There’s no shortage of self-help gurus who swear that repeating positive phrases to yourself can change your life, encouraging that if you simply tell yourself “I am strong and successful”, your fears will simply disappear. If you’ve tried using positive affirmations, you know that it … ...
Mindfulness Can Help Your Clients Life is chaotic.  Your clients are pulled in countless directions and take on additional responsibilities each day like toppings on an ice cream sundae. If they are not rushing to the grocery store, picking up the kids from school or planning for tomorrow’s “make or … ...
A Woman After Her Own Heart: Guest Post by... Bella’s intro: For decades, I have been yearning to find books about single people who live their lives fully and joyfully. Books that do not make some tired old romantic … ...
People under the influence of alcohol are quicker to help in the presence of others Preliminary research indicates that people under the influence of alcohol are quicker to help someone else. The study, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, examined how alcohol consumption influenced the bystander effect. The “bystander effect” refers to a social phenomenon in which individuals are less likely to help when other people are present. During the [...]
7 Secret Eating Habits that May Show Signs of... If you engage in secret eating, you hide your food consumption from others. How you might accomplish secret eating is only limited by your imagination and willingness to deceive others … ...
Emotional Intelligence for Innovation One definition of emotional intelligence is “the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.” This skill or capacity of … ...
Safeguarding Students in an Age of Disinformation "For every challenge..., there are scores of websites pretending to be something they are not." Stanford study finds students unprepared for this new world of disinformation.
The Only Way to Succeed in Your Romantic Relationship If we are used to the high of being in love and then we suddenly feel nothing but the occasional closeness and sexual attraction, we are bound to think that something is wrong.