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How to Get a Verbal Abuser to Stop Abusing You Getting a verbal abuser to stop abusing you is one of those topics that is simple and complicated at the same time. On the simple side of the matter, it’s … ...
Warming to the Sensual Touch: The Science of Foreplay How individual notions of reward can change over time. The art of foreplay lies in knowing when and how much – and can lead to deeply meaningful relationships.
The Infant “Crying It Out” Debate: Chapter 615 A new Australian study looks at two different infant sleep interventions and whether they work or cause damage
4 Ways to Turn a Crush Into a Relationship Summer crush season is upon us! Here's how to make the feeling mutual.
Subtle Strategies to Make Your Summer Crush Crazy About You Summer crush season is upon us! Here are a few strategies to use to make those good feelings mutual.
3 Easy Ways To Use Your Notes For Final Exam Studying Many students take notes in class but then don’t use them to study. Actively rereading your science or history notes before review week is a great way to prime your … ...
Failure or Success? An Internal Conversation “FAILURE!” my mind screams at me. “You’re a sheer bloody failure as a human being!” But, but, but… “No but’s! You’re a failure! Always have been…always will be. A disgrace … ...
Is Sarcasm Really the #1 Way to Ruin Relationships? With a lot of research claiming that sarcasm kills marriages and relationships, does that mean you should put your sarcastic side on mute? Or is there something wrong with the … ...
If Your Sarcasm is Ruining Your Relationship – You’re... With a lot of research claiming that sarcasm kills marriages and relationships, does that mean you should put your sarcastic side on mute? Or is there’s something wrong with the … ...
Out of tune: Mismatch of vascular, neural responses suggests limits of fMRI During sensory stimulation, increases in blood flow are not precisely 'tuned' to local neural activity, report investigators. This finding challenges the long-held view that vascular and local neural responses are tightly coupled and could suggest limitations for functional magnetic resonance imaging, which assumes that vascular changes reflect a proportional change in local neural activity.
Original Thinking In Selling Your Screenplay Screenwriter Michael Elliot built a career on sending his screenplays — not to Executives at the studios or producers, but to Hollywood professionals on their way up.  This proved to … ...
The 10 Memory Tricks Backed By Science Boosts in all types of memory come from these simple activities. > Get motivated with PsyBlog's latest ebook: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
On Being Your Own Houseguest How to use your personal reactions as a couple’s therapist
Unloved Daughters and Food: Feeding the Hole in Your... It’s worth saying that Western women generally have a complicated relationship to food, especially since, for roughly the last hundred years, it has been fashionable to be thin. (This constitutes … ...
Can You See Yourself as Good Only by Seeing Yourself as Bad? All children need—and desperately—to establish a secure bond with their caretakers. After all, absent such a vital connection, how can they not feel anxious and apprehensive?
Positivity Is 3 Dimensional (Negativity Is For Flatlanders)... It can be hard to keep your outlook positive–all kinds of obstacles arise for all kinds of reasons. In America, for all our political correctness, there is often an embrace … ...
Anemia negatively affects recovery from traumatic brain injuries Approximately half of patients hospitalized with traumatic brain injuries are anemic, according to recent studies, but anemia's effects on the recovery of these patients is not clear. Now, researchers have found evidence that anemia can negatively influence the outcomes of patients with traumatic brain injuries.
Investigating how 'chemo brain' develops in cancer patients During and after chemotherapy, many cancer patients describe feeling a mental fog, a condition that has been dubbed 'chemo brain.' Why this happens is unclear, but researchers have found a new clue to understanding this syndrome. A new study reports that chemotherapy in rats affects their chemical messengers dopamine and serotonin, which are associated with cognition.
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4 Steps to Setting Healthy Personal Boundaries Sometimes it just feels easier to please others than to stand up for what we really want. Why? Maybe we don’t like confrontation. Or maybe we just like making other people happy. That’s not a bad thing. It can feel great to give others what … ...