T R E N D I N G N O W
- Don't Be Fooled by Smoke and Mirrors: 12 Traits of Truly Authentic People
- 7 Toxic Behaviors You Should Never Tolerate
- Nine Lies We Tell Ourselves To Avoid Change
- How a Narcissist Treats a Chronically Ill Spouse
- 38 Ways To Relax And Change Your Imbalanced Thinking
- How To Leave a Relationship
J U S T P U B L I S H E D
Over recent decades the use of rigid language in our thought patterns has become a prominent focus in the understanding of problematic human behavior and emotional functioning. The origins of ...
Happy Saturday, Psych Central readers! This week’s Psychology Around the Net dives into how to combat isolation when you work from home, an upcoming all-star mental health charity concert, why a “good enough” relationship is what you need, and more....
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If I hear this one more time, I’m going to puke: “At some point, you have to...
When women started coming out of the woodwork stating that they too had been sexually harassed or assaulted by a man, people wondered, “Why did they wait so long to report it?” and “Why didn’t they speak up at the...
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Common childhood infections, including those that result in numerous absences from school, do not appear to negatively impact children’s brains or their ability to do well in school, according to […]
In a new study, researchers wanted to see how the skills of new drivers might be influenced by four factors: age, gender, sports participation and video game experience. The findings […]
Older hospital patients with dementia are about twice as likely to return to the hospital within 30 days of discharge, compared to older adults without dementia, according to a new […]
When people regularly post photos of their fitness pursuits on social media, they may be influencing the health of their friends, for better or worse. According to a study by […]
Ketamine, a drug widely used for anesthesia during surgery has received extensive analysis as a potential medication to treat severe depression. Two new studies suggest the medication could offer a […]