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Sometimes you have to give up the lesser rewards of a new thing for the greater rewards of allowing some new space to clear in your life.
Do you expect to find closure after losing a loved one? Closure is a myth. But you can find meaning and new hope, important components of resilience.
A bipolar neuroscientist reviews notes and art from his manic episodes, focusing on creativity and delusions of grandeur with hyper-religiosity.
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Research shows dogs and humans suffer when a dog is pulled here and there.
Timeless advice for coping with insults.
There is a strong relationship between social anxiety and shame. One is unlikely to suffer from clinical social anxiety without experiencing considerable shame.
The empath’s journey is the adventure of a lifetime. Discover the sensitive person’s gifts and why the world needs you right now.
With social restrictions lifting, connecting with others is more important than ever, both physically and emotionally.