Talking To Your Child At Their Level

It is challenging to communicate with toddlers as they are still learning to speak in full sentences and not forgetting, they have difficulty understanding what the adults are saying to them.

Feb 3

Categories: Child Development, Parenting

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Job Dissatisfaction and Mental Health

Indulging in your career can have a range of benefits, from expanding your work skills to meeting different people. Yet, too much (or even too little!) tension and pressure caused by our jobs can dramatically increase one's stress level and break ...

Feb 2

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Breaking the Junk Food Eating Cycle

Tasty food is hard to resist, even if we know that a few bites can equate to a few hundred calories! Laura Corbit, assistant professor at the University of Sydney, explains how we can break the unhealthy trend of eating junk food.

Feb 2

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The Rise of Online Counseling

We commonly depict counseling as a person lying down on a couch conveying his life experiences to someone scribbling on a notepad. However, with the growing numbers of people switching to electronic means, more and more counselors are offering ...

Feb 2

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Self-Esteem: The Incredibly Young Age At Which It's Set

New studies are revealing that a sense of self-esteem can develop in a child as young as five-years-old.

Feb 1

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Are You Morally Superior?

Research suggest that yes, you are morally superior! The catch? It's only in your mind. Known as the self-enhancement effect, people tend to rate themselves highly compared to others.

Feb 1

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Is Trump Driving Recruits to ISIS?

Headlines for the past few days have been dominated by the recent immigration changes set forth by President Trump. In response, there have been nation-wide protests and retaliation. President Trump defends his act saying that it was done to prevent ...

Feb 1

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The Delusion of 'Alternative Facts'

"Alternative facts" was the two words used to address a falsehood given by America's press secretary, Sean Spicer when discussing the crowd size at Donald Trump's inauguration. Neuroscientists Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L. Macknik, who ...

Jan 31

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How Diversity Makes Us Smarter

Being around people from different cultures and traditions exposes us to different behaviors and ways of thinking. In return, as a group we can become a lot more innovative and better at critical thinking!

Jan 31

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Kids Should Pay More Attention to Mistakes

A study at Michigan State University shows that kids who believe intelligence can grow are more effective at reflecting off of their mistakes and making corrective changes compared to kids who think that intelligence is fixed.

Jan 31

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You Should Talk To Strangers

"When you talk to strangers, you're making beautiful interruptions into the expected narrative of your daily life — and ...

Jan 27

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Clear the Brain of Waste with the Best Sleeping Position

A new study finds by sleeping on your side best clears metabolic waste products that built up while we are awake.

Jan 26

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Magic of Rituals – Nerves Calming and Boost Performance

Anxiety can be quickly generated with events such as a tough interview or critical match surfacing in daily lives. These might lead to one sabotaging hopes and fulfilling own fears. There are many ways that are used to drive such fears away, from ...

Jan 26

Categories: Anxiety

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Do Uncertain Times Lead to Dogma and Prejudice?

America's presidential election has been the talk for months--and it hasn't stopped even after the inauguration of Donald Trump. With a loud opposition and protests around the country, it leaves us with a question. Do times of uncertainty lead to a ...

Jan 25

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Power Of A Meaningful Life

The pursuit of happiness is something that everyone goes through, consciously or not. Yet journalist Emily Smith warns her readers that getting too caught up in achieving one's goals to be happy can ironically produce a very unhappy lifestyle.

Jan 25

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