How Ketamine Saved Her Life

On the inside of her right wrist, Becca Belofsky Shuer wears a tattoo of a semicolon. It’s a symbol of …

It’s Time to Fight Smarter

Do you and your partner seem to always be in conflict? Do small disagreements turn into colossal blow-out fights? Or, …

Look Up From Your Screen

Children learn best when their bodies are engaged in the living world. We must resist the ideology of screen-based learning …

Psychology of Choice

Psychology of Choice How psychology explains the everyday decisions that we make, and how we are unaware of the influences …

On Revisiting PTSD

In an extract from his new book, John Marzillier meets people who have returned to the scene of their trauma. …

The Sandwich Generation

Rising Financial Burdens for Middle-Aged Americans With an aging population and a generation of young adults struggling to achieve financial …

Alternative Medicine

Tips for finding a balance Do you want more from yourself? Ready to pay more attention to the interconnectedness of …

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

The Six Core Processes of ACT The Psychological Flexibility Model The general goal of ACT is to increase psychological flexibility …

Fearing Death

How to cope with the inevitable end in a positive way. As people age, go through life changes, or experience …

Hypochondriasis Explained

Hypochondriasis is now more commonly known as Illness Anxiety Disorder (IAD). It is an official mental disorder that requires a …

Anxiety Disorders

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the in …

What Are the Causes of ADHD?

The symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) often found in children lead many people to believe those particular kids …

The Good Ways to Argue

For most people, arguments are a way of settling disputes without anyone getting injured. For some, however, arguing actually includes …

How to Argue Effectively

Fighting is a part of almost every relationship. Even couples with the healthiest of relationships argue from time to time, …

Happiness – Cause or Effect

Is happiness a joyful state of being? How about a pleasurable experience? Or possibly a positive emotion? Merriam Webster says …

Depression in Seniors

Often we sense a sadness among the members of a senior care facility. We might also feel that same sadness …

Teens & Smartphones, The Downside

It’s not an unfamiliar scene. Teens huddled in groups tenaciously clutching their smart phones while checking social media sites and …

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder, more commonly referred to as PTSD, is a disorder that develops in individuals who go through horrifying, …

The Denial Defense Mechanism

We all use different forms of defense when we need to. Whether we’ve been through a traumatic experience, we’re arguing …