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It’s OK to Change Plans With three kids, pets, multiple freelance and contract jobs, and constant travel plans it’s common to have to make a sudden shift in plans to cater to the needs of … ...
8 Common Effects of Narcissistic Parenting Being raised by a narcissistic parent can have profound and lasting effects. Here are eight I've commonly seen in the course of my 25 years of practice.
The Meltdown You Can Prevent When I was a teen and young adult, I did not know that I had a choice about my emotional life. The exaggerated bluster of first love, the stinging rejection … ...
Today I Love Solitude Today I love solitude and the easy way it finds me and holds me and takes me wandering through my past to the places I’ve been happy. I love that … ...
The Art of Listening to a Teenage Rant The complaint from a teenager begins somewhat rational. A project has no real application to a subject matter or life in general. A friend is overly critical when support is needed. Or a teacher instructs only one way leaving kids with different learning styles out … ...
12 Warning Signs Your Child May Have a Mental Health Issue Nearly one in five children is affected with an emotional or behavioral disorder. How to recognize a problem and find help.
Being in Integrity in Your Relationships “We learned about honesty and integrity – that the truth matters… that you don’t take shortcuts or play by your own set of rules… and success doesn’t count unless you … ...
The Indoctrination of College Students First-year college students are now required to go through orientation programs designed to teach them how to think and behave with regard to “diversity,” “inclusion,” and “racism.” At Clark University, … ...
Does Psychology of Greed Explain Current Crisis in UK... Sam Allardyce has resigned from his “dream job” as manager of the England football team, partly because he discussed accepting a seemingly dodgy £400,000 deal with undercover newspaper reporters, but the psychological puzzle remains: why the pursuit of yet more cash, given he was on … ...
Tired Of ADHD Lately I’ve been a little bit tired. And I can’t really say why, to be quite honest. I don’t mean I’m not at liberty to tell you why, I just … ...
Best of Our Blogs: September 30, 2016 If you are a truth teller you may experience two extremes. There will be people who can’t stand to be near you and others who are drawn to you. It can be an isolating path when you speak honestly. But when you do it in … ...
Weight bias is bigger problem than you may think Women are more likely to face weight discrimination in the workplace than men, even when their body mass index is within the healthy range.
How to reduce job-related suicide risks Researchers found those who worked in farming, fishing and forestry had the highest rate of suicide.
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Why Your Dog Thinks You Are The Best Thing Ever The reason why your dog thinks you are so awesome may be related to genetics. (And the fact that you are awesome.)
Asperger’s Syndrome And Handling Social Anxiety I’m emailing with Kris Jones, an eloquent writer on Linkedin about his Asperger’s Syndrome. We’re talking about the stressors he experiences that can create extremely self-limiting anxiety. We’re going to … ...
Constructive Anger Do you use anger constructively? The Dalai Lama and Paul Ekman weigh in.
20 inspiring quotes to kickstart your day I am not a morning person. In fact, when my alarm goes off, I’d much rather turn over and sleep the day away. Eventually, a long to-do list and responsibilities get me out of bed, but it takes me a few hours to fully wake up and be productive. People struggle to ‘get up’ for […]
3 Things Your Smile Can Say About Your Future Your smile communicates much more than you may realize.
How Pornography Can Hurt Your Sex Life Internet pornography has exploded out of the gates in the past ten years, and debates about it can get pretty touchy. When sex addiction therapists talk about its proliferation, we often get attacked for supposedly pathologizing normal sexual behavior, or for excusing “bad” behavior. The … ...