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The pursuit of well being
Tim Bono Ph.D.
There are a few skills that can make any college student’s transition to the real world a lot less stressful.
A psychologist explains how she promoted happiness in her son’s life and how her son used that set of tools in college.
It's time to bring grit into the conversation around parenting your child.
As social media has become increasingly diverse and extensive, its addictive nature has become a force to be reckoned with, so says a psychologist and her college-aged son.
What can students do to prevent procrastination? A licensed child psychologist and her son, a recent college graduate, discuss strategies to curb this problem.
What's the best way for parents to maintain healthy communication with their college student? A licensed child psychologist and her son, a recent college graduate, weigh in.
Have you ever considered the toll social media might be taking on your well-being? A simple redirection of attention may be all we need to build the happiness we are seeking.
Tim Bono, Ph.D., is a psychologist who teaches and conducts research on happiness and psychological health at Washington University in St. Louis