About Linda Sapadin, Ph.D
Linda Sapadin, Ph.D. is a psychologist and success coach in private practice who specializes in helping people become the best they can be. You can reach her at [email protected] Visit her website at www.PsychWisdom.com. Follow her on FB: facebook.com/Dr.Sapadin/
Articles by Linda Sapadin, Ph.D:
Managing Your Mind During Coronavirus
If I Knew Then What I Know Now
The Memory of Trauma in the Body
Comebacks in a Snarky Political Climate
Fake It Till You Make It
How to Become Truly Smart
Accepting Those Annoying Differences
The Consequences of Not Facing Emotional Difficulty Head On
Chill Out Before You Burn Out
Helpless Victim or Active Responder?
Are You Super Responsible? Perhaps It’s Time for You to Act Up!
Couples in Conflict: How She Sees It & How He Sees It
Can You Be Too Trusting?
The Importance of Practice and Preparation
7 Savvy Strategies for the Spring Season
Intelligent or Wise?
How Cool Dudes Become Grumpy Old Men
Whom Do We Believe?
The Road to Resilience
Thinking Is Hard Work, Don’t Let Someone Else Do It for You
When Your Need for Control Is Out of Control
Think Your Kid Is Smart? Think Again!
How Passive-Aggressive Behavior Wrecks Relationships
Coping with Criticism
When Suicide Summons
Defiant? Passive-Aggressive? Learn How to Tone It Down
Shushing Your Pessimistic Inner Voice
The Collaborative Nature of Psychotherapy
Checking Your Invisible Baggage
This Year You Will Make It Happen!
Can’t Make That Decision?
What’s Happening to Men Today?
Behave Yourself Before I Tell Your Mother: Sexual Harassment Then and Now
Upgrading Your Communication Skills
Becoming a More Confident Parent
Surrounded by Tragedy: Empathy, Blame, or Can’t Be Bothered?
Apologies after Sexual Misconduct: Genuine or Phony?
The Art of Disagreement
How to Stop Fear From Stopping You
Crisis Makers: When Procrastination Wreaks Havoc
Is It Hard for You to Say “No”?
The Nature of Post-Traumatic Growth
When Procrastination is Persistent, Pervasive and Pointless
Want Happy and Healthy Kids? Just Say “NO!”
The Mirror: A Place to Be Compassionate
Forever Losing Things? Does that Mean You’re Losing Your Mind?
Finding the Courage to Pursue Your Own Interests
Introspection for Blamers and Shamers