T R E N D I N G N O W
- These 9 Mental Habits Suck the Happiness from Your Life
- An Obstacle to The 5 Stages of Grief: Emotional Neglect From Childhood
- IQ May Matter in Bipolar Disorder
- Are You in a Codependent Relationship?
- The Agony of Spiritual Abuse By Religious Narcissists
- Narcissism in the Church
J U S T P U B L I S H E D
As painful as infidelity is — often deeply wounding both partners — it is not a topic that can be avoided.
Is there someone in your life who’s always eager to denigrate your efforts, remind you of your flaws, or quick to point out how he or she would have done ...
Though we hear a lot about the effect of parents on children’s development, parenting, like other close relationships, is a reciprocal interaction — not a one-way street. Children with difficult challenges, such as executive function deficits, can tax any parent’s equilibrium.
Who invites their spouse or partner to participate in substance abuse programs, and how much does the partner’s participation matter to the success of the treatment.
The better we grieve, the better we live.
An emerging risk factor of growing older appears to be alcohol misuse as University of Georgia researchers connect multiple chronic illnesses, depression, and alcohol use in seniors. Investigators discovered older […]
Men who experience high levels of anxiety and emotional distress over a prostate cancer diagnosis are more likely to choose unnecessary treatment options, according to a new study by researchers […]
Although using cocaine on a regular basis is tied to a high risk of coronary artery disease, stopping or reducing its use can potentially reverse the disease process, according to […]
Children whose parents considered them to be overweight tended to gain more weight over the following decade compared with children whose parents thought they were a normal weight, according to […]