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Psychological Gifts You Can Give Yourself Over The Summer

Have you taken full advantage of the summer? Here are a few things to consider to boost your brain.

Is Authentic Suffering the Missing Link?

Authentic suffering is that which is obscured by what she wants us to know and what she will let us see.

Five Tools That Help Women Accept a Mental Health Problem

Wondering what tools help women accept a mental health problem? Women's resilience is manifold.

Will Social Prescribing Be the Next Wellness Phenomenon?

"Social prescribing" is a relatively new non-medical approach to psychological, physical, and financial well-being that has the potential to dramatically improve people's lives.

Have You Been Infected by Other People's Emotions?

Are other people's emotions contagious? The powerful effect of social contagion.

Anxious? Worry A Lot? Here’s How It can be good for you!

What would you think to discover that feeling anxious and worried can increase your motivation and action for dealing with problems and decisions? Research shows how.

Yoga Can Slow Effects of Stress and Aging, Studies Suggest

New research suggest that doing yoga regularly can help reduce the harmful effects of stress and aging on the body.

The Optimism Challenge: Specific Strategies

Here are a few strategies for moving into a more optimistic frame of mind.

Suicide: Pacts Versus Clusters

Suicide pacts are agreements; suicide clusters are reactions. But clusters can result from publicized pacts.

Depression is Too Common to Ignore

Recent research emphasizes the importance of memory as therapy for depression.

The Crisis of Meaning

Now is the time to address the crisis of meaning in life, work, and society.

How to Know When to Take a Mental Health Day

Taking a day off from work to care for your mental health could be instrumental in helping you feel at your best.

The Optimism Challenge

Can you become an optimist through deliberate practice? Try it and see.

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