Sometimes, all we need to figure out a problem or work through an issue is for someone to give our minds a little “bump” in a different direction.
For example, there’s nothing wrong with being single. You can start improving your sex life outside of the bedroom. Resumes aren’t the only important things during your job hunt.
Get the scoop on these issues and more in today’s Best of Our Blogs.
A Week for Changing Our Understanding of What It Means to Be Single
(Single at Heart) — We’re right in the thick of National Unmarried and Single Americans Week (September 15-21), and Dr. Bella DePaulo is on a mission to change the way some of us view being single. Head on over for 16 reasons she believes National Singles Week is so important.
Wish Your Sex Life Was Better? 5 Things to Do
(The Psychology of Success) — Quiet your mind, write your issues, relaxation and mindfulness techniques — this ain’t your Cosmo list of sex tips and tricks.
Normalize and Normative
(Bipolar Beat) — Why can’t we just use “normal”? That was the question on Joe Kraynak’s mind as he was preparing for a NAMI support group, until he did a little research and found out they’re not exactly the same thing — and one can even be counterproductive to coping and recovery.
The Importance of Connection, Part 1: How to Get and Stay Connected
(Sorting Out Your Life) — Jenise Harmon explains that we humans need a sense of community for our happiness, survival, and mental health. Check out Part 1 to find out what keeps us from being connected, how we can resolve those issues to become connected, and how we can stay connected once we achieve it. Then, bookmark Sorting Out Your Life for Part 2.
Advice to Adults Entering the Job Market
(Living a Balanced Life) — No matter how impressive your resume, you might need a little help navigating the job market. But, maybe it’s not your resume that need help? Dr. Michele L. Brennan outlines five strong tips for behavior modification that just might help you succeed.
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Sparks, A. (2013). Best of Our Blogs: September 17, 2013. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 9, 2013, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2013/09/17/best-of-our-blogs-september-17-2013/