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The Quest for Significance Can Lead to Extremes
In 2021, several psychologists made an in-depth study into what drives people to political and social extremes. This can result in beliefs in a wide range ...
Survey Shows Americans’ Happiness Plunge
The General Social Society is a gold standard poll that has been tracking Americans’ attitudes since 1972. In about three years (2018 to 2021), ...
Science Journal Says ‘Psychiatry Needs to Get Right with God’
Dr. David H. Rosmarin, an associate professor at Harvard Medical School argues that “Psychiatry Needs to Get Right with God.” That’s ...
A Kind Word Can Go A Long Way
Why are so many people reluctant to give unsolicited praise to others? It may simply be that we underestimate how well a compliment will be received and ...
Psychiatrist Says People Don’t Need Information but Transformation
The renowned child psychiatrist Robert Coles told this story in a graduate class at Harvard University many years ago: “A highly regarded psychiatrist ...
Expert on Happiness Takes His Own Life
More than 40 years ago, a scholar and researcher in the psychology of happiness named Philip Brickman helped publish one of the first scientific studies ...
The Link Between Abortion and Mental Health Problems
A study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry reviewed data from 22 published studies and found a link between abortion and mental health difficulties. ...
Doing This One Thing Adds Years to Your Life
Recent studies have shown that doing this one thing can add years to a person’s life and is an accurate prediction of how fulfilling their marriage ...
Pandemic Forcing Many to Re-Examine Life Priorities
As any secular psychologist and sociologist will tell you, the average person definitely does not reassess their daily and lifetime priorities. Harvard ...
Why Your Brain Hates Slowpokes
Are you impatient with slowpokes and frustrated by waiting? If so, you will identify with what Chelsea Wald wrote in a recent article:
Not long ago I diagnosed ...