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The Psychology of Eclipses

The Psychology of Eclipses

“Martin Voracek, Maryanne Fisher and Gernot Sonneck, psychologists based at the University of Vienna, published a study entitled “Solar Eclipse and Suicide,” examining whether the total solar eclipse that occurred over Austria in 1999, might have influenced suicide rates.
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The Mama’s Boy

The Mama’s Boy

One of my first boyfriends was a Mama’s Boy.  I was okay with the daily phone calls but when she came to visit it became eye opening.
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Best of Our Blogs: August 22, 2017

There’s one thing I’ve been doing lately that has made me feel inspired, motivated and less alone while getting through the ups and downs of life as a stay at home mom.
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Starting The Fire (Of Motivation)

Starting The Fire (Of Motivation)

    In his best-selling book, The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work, Shawn Achor writes, “In physics, activation energy is ...
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You Always Have Value — Here’s How to Nurture It

You Always Have Value — Here’s How to Nurture It

“You are always a valuable, worthwhile human being – not because anybody says so, not because you’re successful, not because you make a lot of money – but because you decide to believe it and for no other reason.” – Wayne Dyer Plumbing the depths ...
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Really Getting Real! Part 2

Really Getting Real! Part 2

Linda: What follows is an example of what such a self- characterization can sound like when it is delivered at the beginning of a relationship with the intention of setting ...
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Our Brains Do Change as We Age

Our Brains Do Change as We Age

A new study overturns the belief that our brains remain the same from early adulthood until mid-adulthood. Chinese researchers discovered significant microstructural changes occur in the brain from early to […]
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