Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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Brain Activity of Bodily Symptoms in Anxiety Disorders

Many suffer not only with mental symptoms of and other mental conditions, but also physical symptoms, referred to as “somatic” (from the Greek...

Facing Fears of Compassion in Anxiety and Depression

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” —Maya Angelou By Grant H. Brenner Research on and anxiety...

Is Personality Fixed?

I’ll admit it – I was skeptical about Isn’t Permanent before I even opened it. As a temperament researcher, I believe we are...

Why do I feel like it is my fault?

Despite the saying, time does not necessarily heal all wounds. In fact, time itself, may cause increased negative thoughts that seem to lodge in...

Choosing Happiness

How many times have you told yourself, “I just want to be happy”? There is a plethora of research about the science of...

Using Authenticity to Ease the Pain of Social Rejection

is idolized, especially in cultures which prize individuality. In times of upheaval, when there is a sudden change in direction, we reflect upon who...

Should Psychotherapists Open Their Notes to Patients?

This blog post was authored by Charlotte Blease, Ph.D., Keane Scholar at OpenNotes, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt ...

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2 Behaviors that Promote Mental Health Stigma at Work

  Can't you just stop? Americans are more likely to have a mental health challenge than they are to skip breakfast. Census data indicates a third...

Why Sleep Is the Clean-Up Crew for Your Brain

More than good old fashioned beauty ! Although our brains comprise only 2 percent of our overall body weight, they consume roughly 20 percent of our...

Let Waiting and Boredom Be Your Guide

Waiting and boredom have been the bugbears of my life. Maybe yours too. I hate them both. It’s been a surprise just how wildly...

Thank goodness that’s over: preferring our pains to be past

Recent research from the Centre for Time at the University of Sydney undermines a widely held assumption that our preferences about the temporal location...
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