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Making Your Marriage the Top Priority There’s an interesting trend that’s happening in many homes throughout our society – the act of placing parenting and children above marriage. I’m not sure if this is new or if it has … ...
The Cold Reality About What Makes People Satisfied With Life It's a little depressing, but it probably confirms what you always thought. > Get motivated with PsyBlog's latest ebook: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
Consciousness Revealed The "Play of Consciousness" is the organizing principle for consciousness. Trauma in childhood and all throughout life creates traumatic plays.This is the cause of human suffering.
Making a Good Impression Depends on Who You Want to Impress If you had your choice, would you rather seem warm and caring or knowledgeable and intelligent? To pick the best strategy, consider who it is you’re trying to impress.
5 Reasons the Cerebellum Is Key to Thriving in a Digital Age For human beings to thrive in a digital age, the cerebellum must not be allowed to atrophy by sitting all day, limiting face-to-face contact, or excessive screen time.
Today I Love Waking To the Sound Of Rain Today I love waking to the sound of rain. I love the swoosh of cars out on the street as they hiss by on their way to deliver their occupants … ...
8 Things That Make My ADHD Brain Happy When you have ADHD, there are a lot of situations you can put your brain in that will have it gnashing its teeth at you before very long. Namely, anything … ...
Not Seeing a Person's Color Is Nearly Impossible Martin Luther King, Jr. begged for the day when a person would be judged by the content of their character, not the color of their skin. But can we really be color blind?
Psychology Around the Net: May 14, 2016 It’s been a great week for me, sweet readers! Not only have I made great strides in getting back on track living a healthy lifestyle, but I finally took Your Body, Your Mind off hiatus! For those of you who don’t know, I write the … ...
Omega-3 lowers childhood aggression in short term Consuming omega-3 initially improves a child's aggressive behavior, according to researchers but the effects eventually vanish.
Pain, Boundaries and the Narcissist “Mommy,” I sobbed. “Tell Daddy to stop hurting me when we play!” Smiling she responded, “Now, Honey, you need to tell him yourself.” Thinking of his blackout rages, I wept, … ...
A Cancer Survivor’s Healing Plan When I last saw my oncologist, he referred me to a counselor about some anxiety and flashbacks. It’s one of the free services available to me as an ongoing patient being monitored post-cancer. I had one appointment, and we had a good talk. He gave … ...
The Mean Girls Club and The Water Club Unfortunately there are times in the work force that we have to deal with high school behavior. Recently, I have found myself the target of the The Mean Girls Club … ...
Donald, people who live in glass houses shouldn't name call Will she do everything she can to resist the ever-so-tempting, but career-ending response of, “You Mr. Trump are an ignorant pr—k!” from a Megan Kelly?
How Does Childhood Trauma Affect Trust? First, I have to apologize to all of you fans of Practical Psychoanalysis – it was just yesterday that I realized how much time has actually passed since the last time … ...
It’s Not Your Fault: 3 Challenges Obesity and Drug... It’s Not Your Fault: 3 Challenges Obesity and Drug Addiction Share   People who struggle to control their weight are often blamed for their own condition. “Why would you do … ...
Sex and Gender are Dials (not Switches) Science and sexual diversity: Explaining complex combinations sex and gender
How to Enhance Your Creativity and Creative Writing The photo is food writer and TV show host Nigella Lawson in her London library. She is author of multiple books and, apparently, a dedicated reader. What can we do … ...
Busting the Lies About the ‘Myths’ About Mental Illness... I’m constantly dumbfounded by the lies and half-truths told by some who advocate on behalf of some people with mental illness. In an effort to lobby for their specific sub-group of people with mental illness, they spread ignorance and misconceptions about mental illness in general. … ...
7 Tips For Dealing With Criticism When You’re A... I invited Christine Reber to write a guest post for Happily Imperfect based on her expertise with highly sensitive people. I think you’ll find Christine has some great insights and helpful … ...