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3 Things You Might Be Neglecting in Your Relationship... All relationships require care and tending. Anything that you want to thrive does. But in the midst of our fast-paced days and family obligations, we may neglect the very actions that are essential to building a beautiful union. Or maybe we miss these vital components because we … ...
Simple but Significant Questions for Practicing Self-Care... Self-care is not a to-do list. I was recently reminded of this in this newsletter from Nicole Antoinette. In other words, self-care isn’t a list of tasks you need to check off every day … ...
Happiness: A Daily Choice In the midst of a bout of depression have you ever been able to experience a moment of joy? Perhaps it was as you lifted your morning cup of coffee … ...
6 Questions To Cultivate Happiness Many people think they’ll be happy when they have the BMW, the corporate job, the marriage to the “right person,” the white-picket fence and the 2.5 kids… You probably know … ...
Single Dose Ketamine Lifts Severe Depression in 40 Minutes — Lasts Weeks A single dose of ketamine can treat someone for a week or even longer. > Get motivated with PsyBlog's latest ebook: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
‘Club Drug’ Lifts Severe Depression in 40 Minutes — Lasts Weeks A single dose can treat someone for a week or even longer. > Get motivated with PsyBlog's latest ebook: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
Behavioral Addictions: A Dangerous and Slippery Slope The potential list of behavioral addictions can conceivably expand to include almost every area of activity that people feel passionate about.
Study reveals how differences in male, female brains emerge Nematode worms may not be from Mars or Venus, but they do have sex-specific circuits in their brains that cause the males and females to act differently. According to new research, scientists have determined how these sexually dimorphic (occurring in either males or females) connections arise in the worm nervous system.
Obese or anorexic individuals react differently to taste, study says Women suffering from anorexia nervosa and those who are obese respond differently to taste, a finding that could lead to new treatments for the eating disorders, report investigators.
10 Easy Activities Science Has Proven Will Make You Happier Today A thankful message, spending on others, listening to music, happy daydreams and more… > Get motivated with PsyBlog's latest ebook: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
Neurosurgeon and electrical engineer walk into a lab... An interdisciplinary team is developing unique technologies to sense and stimulate individual cells of the brain without invasive electrodes.
What Happens Physically and Emotionally When You’re Angry?... When I work with people, I think one of the most important things that come up is their awareness of whether or not they’re having an angry response, and just … ...
Kristen Bell: On Feeling Anxious & Depressed I’m not usually a big fan of sharing celebrity stories here, only because I believe undue attention is given to celebrities’ hardships and tribulations. But actress Kristen Bell’s words rung a special kind of true, so I felt like sharing them with you. “I shatter … ...
What's in a Voice? Researchers have discovered a connection between certain female vocal features and physical attractiveness, health, and fertility, indicating an evolutionary mechanism.
Today I Love This Bright Morning Start Today I love this bright Monday morning start. Here where I live the day was offered by meteorologists as a day of cloud and showers, and while they’re still saying … ...
The Controlling Mother: 4 Legacies of the Master Puppeteer... While the dismissive mother makes her daughter feel invisible by withholding the validation and attention essential to her child’s inner growth, the controlling mother does much the same thing, although … ...
Resistant neurons point the way to protective factors in ALS The growth factor IGF-2 can prevent the death of human nerve cells in the incurable disease ALS, according to a new study. The work demonstrates that degeneration-resistant oculomotor neurons can be used as a tool to identify factors able to prevent the degeneration of vulnerable neurons caused by this deadly disease.
A Husband’s Guide to Understanding Postpartum Depression and Anxiety... Approximately 20 percent of all postpartum women experience a perinatal mood disorder such as postpartum depression (PPD) or anxiety. These are medical conditions which can be successfully treated. Knowing the risk factors and understanding the signs and symptoms are important for a spouse in order … ...
ADHD And Media Misrepresentation A friend named John wrote to me recently complaining of a so called news story by HuffPost Science. Damn! I liked them. They seemed to be mostly on the ball. … ...
What to Do When No One’s Doing Anything Recently, in the city of Philadelphia, a man was recorded beating and punching a woman, mercilessly, for over 20 minutes. The incident was recorded by a man who wanted to remain...