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Immunize Yourself Against Anxiety and Excessive Stress
Hard to believe? Findings from neuroscience suggest it’s possible!!
Why Some People Can Never Admit They’re Wrong
Psychological rigidity is not a sign of strength.
What Happens When In-Person Socializing Meets Smartphones?
Research examines how social multi-tasking affects mood and social connection.
Relapse Triggers: What You Need to Avoid
Drinking to celebrate or drinking to forget??
Did I Really Just Say That?
Our conversations are sprinkled with slips, pauses, lies, and clues to our inner world. Here’s what we reveal when we speak, whether we mean to or not.
Qualities of a Great Therapist
The best therapists possess both an existential understanding of human nature and the practical tools to overcome many of their patients’ toughest challenges.
The Stories We Tell Ourselves
Who are you? The answer isn’t as obvious as you might think. In a new book, Emory University neuroeconomics professor Gregory Berns explores how our memories, and the narratives we build from them, continuously alter our identity over the course of our life. We asked Berns to demystify some of the core ideas of The Self Delusion.
of Pre-Marital Counseling: Successful Marriage
Higher levels of marital satisfaction, lower levels of destructive conflicts and higher levels of commitment are just some of the benefits of pre-marital and early marriage counseling. Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott
Ways to Upgrade Your Relationship
It seems like it should be natural to treat our partners with love, consideration, and respect. But why do so many people present the best version of themselves early on, and over time, treat their partners with disrespect, disregard, and sometimes even disdain? Small but significant steps to take if you'd like to treat your partner better.
Time to Take Teenage Mental Health Seriously | Psychology Today
Tips to improve your teen's wellness in the age of social media.
Too Much Screen Time Affecting Your Child’s Health? | Psychology
New research links digital media usage with lower mental health outcomes.