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New Year, New Relationship If you’re anything like me, you have high hopes that 2016 is going to be your year. And while, in many ways I make this claim every year and a lot of good happens in my life, there are those tried and true “resolutions” that … ...
Today I Love The First Saturday Of The Year Today I love the first Saturday of the year and getting ready for the market and the usual Saturday morning stuff that keeps my town so high on my list … ...
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Why You Should Treat ADHD as Soon as Possible Patience is a virtue, but not when it comes to seeking treatment for mental health issues. Before I got diagnosed, I had some idea I might have ADHD. I knew … ...
The Missing Piece in the Puzzle of Human Happiness One of the important pieces of the puzzle of human happiness is almost entirely missing from the proliferation of writings on the topic: consideration of our physical space.
Psychology Around the Net: January 2, 2016 Happy New Year, Psych Central readers! Are you ready to start 2016 off with a bang? We sure are! Below are some of the past week’s trending mental health topics we’d like to share. Read up on mental health successes in 2015, why New Year’s … ...
Psychopaths at Work There is increasing interest in the "normal psychopath". How do your recognise them and how should you react to them in the work place?
Overcoming BPD - 9 New Years Resolutions In dealing with the 9 symptoms of BPD, a regular mindfulness practice can make a lasting impact. Here is a specific practice.
3 New Year’s Resolutions You’re Going to Break —... The first day of the new year is always the same. You start off strong, a long list of resolutions planned, ready to conquer your career goals. And you do — for a week, maybe two, or even a few months if you’re on a … ...
Tips for Writing a Successful New Year’s Resolution As we begin a new year many of us turn our minds and thoughts to resolutions. We use this time of the year to reflect on the year gone by. Actually, I encourage all of us to spend time reflecting on this past year, as … ...
Don’t Have to Put Others Down To Feel Better About Ourselves Throughout 2015, one consistent and recurring theme kept appearing over and over again for me. Whether in the workplace or in a social gathering, I observed that there are people who need to put others down so they can feel better about themselves. I’m not sure what’s the root cause or causes of this behavior. … Continue reading Don’t Have to Put Others Down To Feel Better About Ourselves →
The Brain Is Always Active Why is our brain's intrinsic activity so important?
Are You a Good Candidate for Psychoanalytic Treatment? As we enter into the new year and make our resolutions for the times ahead, I wanted to go back to the beginning and answer the question “Are you a … ...
Reflections on the New Year: 2016 as a Time of Hope Reflections on the New Year: 2016 as a Time of Hope Generally, I am asked to comment before New Year’s Eve, to tell you all the things about going out … ...
The Key To Making New Year Resolutions Work Many people will create resolutions, actually about 44% of all adults. However, most will fail. This is statistically proven; according to a University of Scranton survey, only 8% will succeed. … ...
Starting Off the New Year as the Best Partner... Most of us want to be the best partner we can be. But often we get caught up in work and completing day-to-day responsibilities. We get caught up in the continuous buzzing of our own worries and what-ifs. “We go, go, go until something requires … ...
Weightless Wishes for the New Year May you appreciate your body exactly as it is. And when you don’t, may you forgive yourself and extend a bit of self-compassion. May you forgive yourself for whatever mistake … ...
Dementia loved ones 'benefit from visits' People with dementia feel happy long after a visit or experience they may have forgotten.
Healthy New Year's resolutions aren't just for adults One resolution for any child, regardless of age, is talking to a parent or trusted adult when feeling scared, lonely or has to make a difficult decision.