Narcissism, the seed of violence from children towards their parents

The mirror becomes an object that they cannot live without. They fall in love with their own reflection and believe that they deserve special treatment, becoming aggressive if they don't receive it. A new study has analysed factors that create ...

Dec 21

Categories: Teenage Issues

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Millennials are more confident in their parenting than others

New research suggests millennial moms are more confident about having parenting nailed than moms of other generations.

Dec 21

Categories: Parenting

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Researchers measure emotion with mouse clicks

Most people can tell if you’re angry based on the way you’re acting. What about the way you move a computer mouse?

Dec 19

Categories: Anger Management

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Getting through the holidays after a break-up

Holiday time can be brutal when you're newly single, but you can do it!

Dec 19

Categories: Relationships & Marriage

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Naughty or nice? Is the way we 'perform' Santa Claus under threat?

Santa Claus performers struggle with fulfilling the role of old St Nic due to an acute awareness of the sensitivities around interactions with children.

Dec 19

Categories: Child and/or Adolescent Issues

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3 most common causes of psychosomatic illnesses

Psychological imbalances or issues that a person may be experiencing in their life are often manifested as physical, biological illnesses.

Dec 18

Categories: Health / Illness / Medical Issues

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How Your Boss Can Raise Your Blood Pressure

Work stress hangs around long after you leave the office.

Dec 18

Categories: Workplace Issues

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Distractibility Trait Predisposes Some to Attentional Lapses

People vary according to different personality traits, such as extraversion or conscientiousness, and new research suggests that they also vary according to a particular cognitive trait: distractibility.

Dec 16

Categories: Adult ADHD, Personality problems

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Rethinking How We Diagnose Psychosis

A new study opens a door to more biologically based categories of major mental illness.

Dec 16

Categories: Mental Health Professions

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How To Say 'No' Compassionately

Whether it's saying no to a lover, job candidate, spouse, friend or business proposal, here are some basic principles for doing it compassionately.

Dec 15

Categories: Adoption / Reunion Issues, Self-Esteem

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Humans Evolved To Get Better Sleep In Less Time

Insomniacs take heart: Humans get by on significantly less sleep than our closest animal relatives. The secret, according to a new study, is that our sleep is more efficient.

Dec 15

Categories: Sleep Disorders

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More Women on Campus May Contribute to Hook-Up Culture

The greater proportion of women than men on college campuses may contribute to a hook-up culture where women are more willing to engage in casual sex, according to new research.

Dec 14

Categories: Fertility Issues, Relationships & Marriage

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Why Prison Drug Treatment Fails

Why is prison drug treatment such a failure? A counselor, an expert and two former inmates weigh in.

Dec 14

Categories: Addictions, Drug Addiction

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Kids Who Handle Money Work Harder, but There's a Downside

Money can make youngsters as little as three years old work harder, but there’s evidence it can also make them less charitable.

Dec 12

Categories: Child Development

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The benefits of doubt: New research on becoming a more effective ...

Researchers are finally beginning to understand what it takes to improve the effectiveness of psychotherapy. Shifting away from the failed, decades-long focus on methods and diagnosis, attention has now turned to the individual practitioner.

Dec 12

Categories: Mental Health Professions

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