T R E N D I N G N O W
- Sex & the Narcissist: Sadism (Pt 1)
- Sex & the Narcissist: Sex Addict (Pt 2)
- 10 Cognitive Distortions That Can Ruin Relationships
- The Many Conditions that Mimic Depression
- Responses to Trauma: 4 Key Components
- 5 Phrases Manipulators Love (and Use)
J U S T P U B L I S H E D
I’ve come to understand the reason for the old adage that “you don’t talk about religion or politics.” People are very passionate about these subjects, especially during a presidential election year, so political discussions even among loving family members can become heated.
In my last column, I talked about the importance of grassroots, civilian-funded programs that focus on meeting the emotional needs of service members and veterans. As gaps increase in the care that can be provided to those who serve our country, these programs become a ...
Many single people feel good about their single lives.
I wish I would have written down the exact date I decided to go public with my diagnosis, but I didn’t.
If you have ADHD, or any mental health condition for that matter, you can end up not knowing what to believe.
The day I found out I was pregnant with my oldest daughter, I gave up my soda addiction.
When you experience anxiety, worry, or fear, have you ever thought about embracing it rather than running away from it.
A new study has found that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, makes rats less willing to try a cognitively demanding task. “Perhaps unsurprisingly, we found that when […]
Active learning classrooms, which require more group work than traditional lecture courses, may create an uneasy atmosphere for new college freshmen who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, […]
Healthy-weight young adults who live in neighborhoods with lower education or income levels may be at greater risk of becoming overweight or obese, according to a new study by researchers […]
A new study shows that peer pressure can spark competition, as well as shape behavior, even if the competitor is a computer-simulated peer. Researchers at the New York University Tandon School […]
A popular teenage pregnancy prevention program that involves a baby simulator has been found to actually increase the likelihood of teens becoming pregnant, according to a new study. Published in […]