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When Anticipated Plans Change Have you ever emotionally invested in a plan, counted down the days, marked it on your calendar, and eagerly awaited its arrival — only for the plan to change or fall apart? When this occurs, we may be disappointed and frustrated. I, for one, always … ...
Does Diabetes Increase The Risk Of Depression? Or Does Depression Increase The Risk Of Diabetes? Through several of my patients, I’ve had the opportunity to learn more about specific challenges facing Veterans, their struggle with Depression, and … ...
The Dark Tetrad: Possibly THE Scariest Boss No matter what the profession, if a boss has this personality combination, they are terrifying. The Dark Tetrad is composed of four parts: narcissism, Machiavellianism, psychopathy, and sadism. Sadism is the addition to the Dark Triad which has narcissism, Machiavellianism and psychopathy. For either condition, … ...
Worthy of Love I grew up believing I was unlovable and that no one in their right mind would ever waste their time on such a sorry excuse for a human being.  My mother seemed … ...
Therapists Confirm Trump's Narcissistic Personality Disorder People with narcissistic personality disorder think that they are deeply important and special. They constantly need admiration and flattery to feel good about themselves. They sometimes also struggle to look at others as anything more than just extensions of themselves, which often times can lead to control issues and abuse. Do we want a president with this disorder?
New brain imaging technique identifies previously undetected epileptic seizure sites Researchers have developed a brain imaging technique for patients whose epilepsy does not respond to drug treatment and are not candidates for seizure-relieving surgeries. The imaging technique, known as glutamate chemical exchange saturation transfer (GluCEST), images changes in glutamate levels in brain structures that identify the location of seizures not detected with conventional MRI.
The Biological Citizen: Neuropolitics as Aim and Danger Neuropolitics is going global. To what end? At what cost?
On Good Flirting and Bad Flirting Recently on an evening commuter bus from New York I had an experience that lifted my spirits. It had to do, of all things, with flirting. . The middle-aged man … ...
New survey finds 1 in 45 kids has autism Doctors are changing the way they diagnose autism and parents are far more likely than in years past to seek a diagnosis for their kids.
The Link Between the Refugee Crisis and Climate Change Talks Although it may not seem likely at first glance, many crises share a common source in human decision-making biases. Whether it is the refugee crisis, climate change or another crisis, the barriers formed by a preference for short-term gains and the status quo are hard to overcome.
How to Live with a Perfectionist   Is your perfectionist partner or family member driving you crazy? Perfectionists can be hard to live with. Perfectionists can be: rigid and controlling, demanding, critical, and workaholics. about the … ...
3 Ways to Navigate Family Issues as a Couple... One of the biggest challenges couples can run into during the holidays is family. This may be everything from too many familial commitments and traditions to a whole lot of unresolved conflict. Depending on your specific situation, it can take a toll on you personally, … ...
Interrupted Sleep Has a Fascinating Effect On Some Emotions The type of sleep linked to feeling more positive emotions. » Continue reading: Interrupted Sleep Has a Fascinating Effect On Some Emotions
How to Stay Calm When Your Partner is Mean and Angry The ability to successfully manage and resolve conflict depends on four key skills. Together, these four skills result in the ability to take conflict in stride and resolve differences in … ...
On the Rebound! Are rebound relationships a good idea? Recent research suggests that they may not be as bad for us as popular belief might suggest.
How to get out of an Abusive Relationship People who have never been in an abusive relationship may not understand why it is so hard for those who are in one to get out.  They do not understand the strongholds that keep a person captive to a toxic person.  If you are in … ...
Chimpanzees Pass the Marshmallow Test Over the last few decades, research has shown that our primate cousins are much closer to us in mental capacities than we’d previously thought.
Smartphone Use is Out of Control — This Graph Says It All The average time some people use their phones each day is twice what they guess. » Continue reading: Smartphone Use is Out of Control — This Graph Says It All
How I Found Happiness I used to chase happiness like a fiend. I would run after different experiences – goals, achievements – quite sure that once I caught up to them, happiness would at last … ...
Today I Love The Music Of Rain Drops Today I love the music of rain drops as they fall purposefully into puddles and onto decks and tables and barbecues. I love their scattered pattering on windows when wind … ...