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J U S T P U B L I S H E D
Most stereotypes of single people are negative.
Parenting teenagers can be both rewarding and challenging.
It is clear that toxic shame is a destructive emotion that saps our energy and robs us of the joy of being alive.
Over the last couple decades, it has become common knowledge that we’ve got some problems with the environment.
While the mind-body connection is frequently talked about in therapy circles, the ‘body’ part of the connection is sometimes left out.
The past—our past, the world’s past—can be a rich source of inspiration.
A new largescale study has found that a simple and inexpensive therapy called behavioral activation may be equally as effective at treating depression as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). While CBT […]
New research is the first to directly assess the relationship between the experience of pain and risk of developing opioid use disorder. Investigators discovered that those with moderate or more […]
Environmental factors affect a child/s learning ability. More precisely, the kind and form of extraneous stimulation influence what children learn and how they learn. As such, background noise is an […]
A new study has found that college athletes with a history of concussion had changes in the size, blood flow, and connections in their brains months and even years after […]