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What does loyalty mean to you? Loyalty is a strange thing. It is rare. It is unspoken. It is something that you can’t necessary write about, cause it is action driven. I’m getting older. People are … ...
5 Steps to Receiving More Of Everything Meet Clara. 42 years old and married for half her life, Clara came to me complaining of a lack of satisfaction in her relationship. She wanted to feel loved and … ...
Life Lessons from Athletes Sports are an amazing vehicle for developing core strengths, overcoming perceived limitations and exercising interpersonal skills. As an athlete you have to learn to get out of your own way, act in spite of fear, work together as a team and go for your goals. … ...
An Age-Old Strategy for Becoming King (Or President) For centuries, the politically ambitious have appealed to Christianity in order to gain support. But unless they practice Christian virtues, it's a strategy that leads to chaos.
Likely biological link found between Zika virus, microcephaly Working with lab-grown human stem cells, a team of researchers suspect they have discovered how the Zika virus probably causes microcephaly in fetuses. The virus selectively infects cells that form the brain's cortex, or outer layer, making them more likely to die and less likely to divide normally and make new brain cells.
Using the Power of Clinical Consultations for Therapists... Personal connection is crucial to our work as therapists. We know how important empathic relationships are to mental and physical health. Being fully present during our client’s healing journey is the essence of our work. But our life relationships are much more than a means … ...
Who are the Creepiest Celebrities? Celebrities dominate the media and they are people that we all share in common. However, some of them come across as creepier than others. Why?
Schools, Discipline And Students With Aspergers / NLD Kids with Aspergers and similar challenges often face punitive consequences for their behavior in school. They usually do what makes sense to them, which can be seen from the point of … ...
How To Help Your Kids Deal With Defeat, Disappointment,...   Like all of you, I’ve been through a number of very painful things in my life. And during these times, I remember my Mom telling me how much she … ...
The Affect of Remarriage on Children When a remarriage occurs with children, it is a safe assumption that there will be some level of difficulty with their adjustment. The intensity of this adjustment period can vary greatly based … ...
Going to the Library With ADHD: Lesson Not Learned This was one of those weeks of reckoning at the library. As in, one of those weeks where I have to settle three digits’ worth of fines. And I say … ...
And the Oscar Goes To... Pixar's "Inside Out" deserves an award for being the best teaching tool about human emotions ever.
Bee brains as never seen before Detailed exploration of tiny insect brains has become much easier using new methods for imaging and 3D image reconstruction. The researchers used this X-ray imaging to produce hundreds of image slices that can be re-constructed by a standard laptop computer into a high resolution 3D model.
A Spotless Mind: Good or Bad? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to delete a painful memory?
Paying employees to lose weight Does offering financial incentives for employees to drop pounds work?
Dear Body: A Letter Dear Body, Today isn’t too good. Honestly, I feel disgusting. I feel like I want to eat an entire tub of ice cream. And I might. Because it hurts. Everything hurts. … ...
The 5 Quickest Ways to Wreck Your Relationship The majority of us have experienced that moment when we realize our relationship is in rapid decline. Although this slide into couple distress often ends in a breakup, it doesn’t have to. In all likelihood, there’s some behavior undermining the relationship’s foundation of love and … ...
This is What Long-Term Stress Is Doing To Your Short-Term Memory The study also tested how long it took memory to recover from long-term stress. ** PsyBlog's new ebook is out now: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything (Ebook) **
A Cultural Look at Body Bashing (guest post) I am happy to share this guest post by Andrea Wachter, LMFT, who is the co-author of the new tween/teen book “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Breaking the “I Feel Fat” … ...
Big and small numbers are processed in different sides of the brain Small numbers are processed in the right side of the brain, while large numbers are processed in the left side of the brain, new research suggests.