Can we change the conversation about mental illness?
There is a common belief that you can’t be creative unless you have a high I.Q. Let’s retire that myth once and for all.
How can you prepare yourself for the “radiant agony” of parenting?
Creating an optimal state of arousal (calm but energized) helps to promote brain-wide synchronization. Whole-brain harmony facilitates flow states that drive peak performance.
The sibling bond is very important and very complicated. So, what does research tell us about siblings and how we can improve this significant relationship?
Remembering this simple principle can help prevent self-sabotage.
People with Quiet BPD turn anger inward rather than outward. They often appear rigid, quiet, and reserved. Even they may appear stoic, they are deeply sensitive on the inside.
A recent study shows that gazing into someone else’s eyes causes us to underestimate the passage of time.
Addiction programs have a higher success rate than traditional psychotherapy.
Peter Langman, an expert on school shooters, offers a practical guide to the signals of a potential school shooter. Any of us can be the one who successfully intervenes.