T R E N D I N G N O W
- Nine Lies We Tell Ourselves To Avoid Change
- Don't Be Fooled by Smoke and Mirrors: 12 Traits of Truly Authentic People
- 38 Ways To Relax And Change Your Imbalanced Thinking
- 8 Mindfulness Tips for Families of Addicts You Can Learn From Your Dog
- Habits That Destroy Relationships
- 5 Things People With ADHD Have In Common
J U S T P U B L I S H E D
Two extremely upsetting statistics came out not too long ago. Reports have found that not only is there a link between absenteeism in school and mental illness, but there is also a correlation between suspensions from schools and children who...
A significant part of taking compassionate care of ourselves is one we often overlook: having healthy romantic relationships—relationships built on honesty, respect, trust, safety and kindness. Sometimes, however, we find ...
Introduction We have been looking at fear and anxiety separately over the last two weeks. We have asked, What is fear? We have asked, What is anxiety? It’s time we ...
I’ve been involved in addiction medicine for 40 years and have seen many innovations, but mindfulness remains one of my favorite tools for helping people with addiction as well as ...
In business, deals are made often by people who hold out...
New research suggests the impact of cell phones is dependent upon many variables, including the vulnerability of the teen. Researchers attempted to answer the question of whether the next generation […]
A new first-of-its-kind study has found that caregiver-partner communication can improve among couples as they attempt to manage dementia, but it takes practice. For these couples, the communication strategies they […]
New research suggests Republicans who believe that God is highly engaged with humanity are like Democrats — more liberal — when it comes to social and economic justice issues. The […]
New research suggests an important part of treatment for young mental health patients — especially those in a hospital setting — is improving how they perceive themselves, according to a […]
A new multi-university study finds that both older and younger siblings, even toddlers, can have a significant influence on the other’s capacity for empathy. The study, published in the journal […]