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By Harriet Lerner Ph.D. on June 17, 2018 in The Dance of Connection
Don't let the Happiness Cops make you feel ashamed and inadequate about your honest suffering.
By Susanna M. Halonen MAPP on June 17, 2018 in The Path to Passionate Happiness
Adult bullying is real—and it's not pretty. Here are 9 tips for overcoming it.
By Robert Taibbi L.C.S.W. on June 17, 2018 in Fixing Families
What keeps you from doing what you want? Here are the 8 most common suspects—and tips for identifying them and getting them out of your way.
By Sara Gluck, PhD, LCSW on June 17, 2018 in Do Your Own Think
We may avoid drawing attention to our disabilities for the fear that we will be seen only for what we can’t do, instead of for the many things we can.
By Wendy L. Patrick, Ph.D. on June 17, 2018 in Why Bad Looks Good
High expectations might cause you to take your relationship for granted. But before you stroll off into the sunset, remember that romance must be nurtured and maintained.
By Michael S. Scheeringa M.D. on June 17, 2018 in Stress Relief
How can we comprehend such senseless acts of callousness and cruelty? Social media at the local level may be a key to prevention.
By Deborah L. Cabaniss M.D. on June 16, 2018 in Finding Mind
Is "personality disorder" the best way to think about the consequences of a traumatic childhood?
By Wendy L. Patrick, Ph.D. on June 16, 2018 in Why Bad Looks Good
Does "Let's do lunch" signal desire or disinterest? Learn how the words used to express romantic rejection are carefully selected, and specifically tailored.
By Joseph A. Buckhalt Ph.D. on June 15, 2018 in Child Sleep, From ZZZ's to A's
If young children are sleep deprived, should they be starting school so early in the day?
By Gregg Henriques Ph.D. on June 15, 2018 in Theory of Knowledge
We could do everyone a favor if we accept rather than police the term.
By Cameron Brick, Ph.D. on June 14, 2018 in Grasping Risk
Communicating policy options in a balanced way is currently a Wild West: Anything goes, and we don't know what helps people decide which policies to support. It’s time to find out.
By John-Manuel Andriote on June 14, 2018 in Stonewall Strong
Depression is the big gray elephant in the room. Acceptance, a couple of questions, and antidepressants can literally be lifesaving.
By Michael J Breus Ph.D. on June 14, 2018 in Sleep Newzzz
Is napping good for sleep, or bad? When is the best time to nap? Should you be worried—or feel guilty—if you're tempted to take a nap?
By Peter T. Coleman Ph.D. on June 14, 2018 in The Five Percent
What can teams do to avoid catastrophe and learn to thrive? Here are 5 top insights from research.
By American Psychoanalytic Association on June 14, 2018 in Psychoanalysis Unplugged
This Father's Day, understand the changes—both physical and mental—that every new father goes through, and take steps to get to know your hormonal side.
By Emre Soyer, Ph.D., and Robin M. Hogarth, Ph.D. on June 13, 2018 in Experience Studio
Can we learn from the experience and expertise of a physician and an astrologer in a way that is both reasonable and useful for the audience?
By Suzie Pileggi Pawelski, MAPP & James Pawelski, Ph.D. on June 13, 2018 in Happy Together
Positive emotions don't just feel good. They are also good for you.
By Jonathan D. Raskin, Ph.D. on June 13, 2018 in Making Meaning
Are we exaggerating the role of individual defects in suicide, while overlooking the powerful impact of sociocultural circumstances?
By David Ludden Ph.D. on June 13, 2018 in Talking Apes
Self-control is an important component of success, but it comes with a cost. To achieve our goals, we also need to be attuned to our feelings in the moment.
By Carolyn Reinach Wolf on June 12, 2018 in From the Desk of the Mental Health Lawyer
Detecting early warning signs is more effective than responding to impending threats, because when a student enters a school with a gun and intent to kill, it’s already too late.