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6 signs of teen depression parents should look out for

Korin Miller December 19, 2019, 9:06 am Moodiness and teenagers go together like peanut butter and jelly, so it’s hardly shocking when your teen acts temperamental. Still, if they’re moody often, it’s understandable that you might start to wonder whether your teen is depressed. While not every teenager experiences mood swings, it happens to enough teens during… Read More 6 signs of teen depression parents should look out for

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5 Simple Mindfulness Practices for Daily Life

5 Simple Mindfulness Practices for Daily Life Your day-to-day activities offer ample opportunities to call up mindfulness in any moment. These simple practices will breathe space into your daily routines. BY PARNEET PAL, CARLEY HAUCK, ELISHA GOLDSTEIN, KYRA BOBINET, AND CARA BRADLEY   AUGUST 27, 2018 How often have you rushed out the door and into your day without… Read More 5 Simple Mindfulness Practices for Daily Life

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There Are 4 Types of Intimacy, and Only 1 Includes Touching

Mary Grace Garis・October 29, 2019 Something about the mere word “intimacy” evokes an image of not necessarily being in the middle of sex, but at least being in a situation that’s setting the mood for it. Perhaps the parties involved aren’t fully dressed, or perhaps they’re just inching closer toward each other. At any rate,… Read More There Are 4 Types of Intimacy, and Only 1 Includes Touching

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Psychology and Life Quotes From Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers (1902 – 1987) By Kendra Cherry Carl Rogers’ work and theories made him one of the preeminent psychologists of the 20th-century. He is best known for creating what is known as client-centered therapy, a nondirective approach that places the client in control of the therapeutic process. abnormal behavior Below are just a few Carl Rogers quotations.… Read More Psychology and Life Quotes From Carl Rogers

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‘I’m a Climate Psychologist, and This Is What Happens When You’re Too Hot for Too Long’

Kara Jillian Brown  7/23/2020 We’ve all had days where the heat makes us a little cranky. It’s too hot to move and all you want to do is hop in a cold shower. But the impacts of heat can go much deeper than just your mood. Susan Clayton, PhD, a professor of psychology and environmental studies and… Read More ‘I’m a Climate Psychologist, and This Is What Happens When You’re Too Hot for Too Long’

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Coping with anxiety: Can diet make a difference? Answer From Craig N. Sawchuk, Ph.D., L.P.

Is it true that certain foods worsen anxiety and others have a calming effect? Answer From Craig N. Sawchuk, Ph.D., L.P.   Anxiety symptoms can make you feel unwell. Coping with anxiety can be a challenge and often requires making lifestyle changes. There aren’t any diet changes that can cure anxiety, but watching what you… Read More Coping with anxiety: Can diet make a difference? Answer From Craig N. Sawchuk, Ph.D., L.P.

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Inferiority Complex: 8 In 10 Millennials Believe They Aren’t ‘Good Enough’ by John Anderer

Inferiority Complex: 8 In 10 Millennials Believe They Aren’t ‘Good Enough’ by John Anderer November 4, 2019Brain, Happiness, Psychological, Society & Culture, Success LONDON — It feels like everyday there is another article published blaming millennials for this or that. A certain industry is in decline? Millennials must be involved. Not enough money being generated in certain sectors? Those stingy millennials are spending too much money… Read More Inferiority Complex: 8 In 10 Millennials Believe They Aren’t ‘Good Enough’ by John Anderer