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The Best vs. Good Enough
Mental health and Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Links Between Eating Disorders and Traumatic Experiences
Detecting Autism in Adults
Attachment and Narcissistic Personality
Friend or Fiend
On Feeling Annoyed by Others
The Present Moment
Life is full of moments where we are meant to feel certain things. The demand starts in early childhood: it’s our birthday – and we are...
Mental Health and Men
75% of suicides are men. What can we do? What can you do? Ask. Listen. Talk. Check in. Encourage action. In recent years, this has grown...
Are Today's Young Adults Becoming "Generation Lonely"? Understanding loneliness in a culture that values product over process. It’s clear...
Almost nothing else represents the emergence of spring, as the beloved yellow daffodil, happy and bright after a long winter's nap. Some...
Understanding Behavioral Therapy for Autism
How's a parent to manage behavioral choices for autism? Although there is no cure for autism, various interventions diminish the...
Why you need to go and see a therapist
In almost all countries and communities around the world, there is one central (usually unvoiced) suspicion that arises whenever someone...
The dramatic increase in the diagnosis of ADHD has not been accompanied by a rise in clinically sign
Across the globe, ADHD prevalence is estimated around 5 per cent. It’s a figure that’s been rising for decades. For example, Sweden saw...
Taking a mere five-day break from Facebook will lower your physiological stress levels, researchers
Does the prospect of taking a “Facebook holiday” fill you with dread as you picture a life of social isolation, or does it sound like an...
More time spent abroad increases “self-concept clarity” – confidence in and clarity about who you ar
The idea that taking a gap year allows you to “find yourself” is often derided. But if you spend that time living in one foreign country,...
What does the Winter Olympics mean to you?
Sports psychologists look forward to the event in South Korea this February In 2012, The Psychologist ran an article entitled 'What does...