Do you hold onto small stressors for too long, prolonging their effect. An area of the brain called the amygdala plays a role. You can train your amygdala to let go and move on.
Narcissists act as if they are superior to you, but they may be covering up underlying insecurity and unstable self-esteem by seeking social status and validation.
The 2020 Stress in America survey paints a picture of lives disrupted by the pandemic and worsening mental health, particularly for Generation Z.
Research shows cultivating hope as an active resource (vs passive, wishful thinking) can improve your mental health and resilience to stress. Find out how you can be more hopeful.
We think of PTSD as a purely mental health disorder, but it actually is a mind-body condition. Chronic low-grade systemic inflammation may be the reason.
Lonely people see themselves and others differently. New MRI research shows the brain’s default mode network may contain a signature for loneliness.
You may not be able to stop being anxious, but you can stop your anxiety from taking you down a dark tunnel., wasting your energy, and causing you to make unwise choices