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The Emergence of Private LLMs

When memory meets privacy, an LLM becomes a life-long companion.

yesterday 8

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John Nosta

What's the Good Word?

The meanings of words can shift, and they can do so slowly or quickly.

yesterday 8

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Roger Kreuz Ph.d

The Loneliness of Working for Social Change

People at the forefront of social change often feel unsupported and alone.

yesterday 7

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Anthony Silard Ph.d

Exploring the Benefits of Animal-Assisted Interactions

Animal-assisted interactions boost health and help with social skills.

yesterday 7

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Katherine Compitus

Bustles and Butt Lifts: What Won’t We Do for Beauty?

Here's how the stories we tell about beauty obscure the truth.

yesterday 6

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Heather Widdows Ph.d

Hate Exercise? Here’s How to Do It Even if You Don’t Like It

You'll feel good when finished, but getting started is hard.

yesterday 6

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Edward Abramson Ph.d

The Paradox of Women’s Aging

Why it’s time for women to begin reshaping the narrative around aging.

yesterday 6

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Amber Wardell Ph.d

5 Common Recurring Dreams and Their Potential Meanings

Have you been having strange dreams lately? Here's what they might mean.

yesterday 5

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Mark Travers Ph.d

How Mindfulness Brings Meaning to Experiences

Personal Perspective: Do coincidences shape our lives? Or are they meaningless?

yesterday 5

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Joseph Mazur

How Can You Find Forgiveness?

Looking inward for solace may be the only remedy to heal from guilt and blame.

yesterday 5

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Katherine Marshall Woods Psy.d

Exploring Consciousness: What Are Entheogens?

There are new therapeutic interventions for healing from pain and PTSD.

yesterday 20

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Leslie E. Korn Ph.d

When She Just Wants to Snuggle and He Wants More

How to establish clear relationship boundaries for differing intimacy desires.

yesterday 20

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Jeffrey Bernstein Ph.d

How to Alchemize a Desire for Destruction Into Connection

Spirituality and interconnectedness can be an antidote to terrorism and trauma.

yesterday 20

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Nina E. Cerfolio M.d

Coping With Narcissistic In-Laws

Tips on handling another family's narcissist.

yesterday 20

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Stephanie A. Sarkis Ph.d

The Middle Way: How Mindfulness Can Address Loneliness

Take a few small steps toward connection through mindfulness and compassion.

yesterday 4

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Chelom E. Leavitt

I’m Ready for Change, but Not Ready for Help

Here's why we reject the mental health support we seek.

yesterday 4

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Ray W. Christner

Can a Break From Social Media Improve Mental Health?

A 3-7 day break from social media can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression.

yesterday 4

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Rachel Goldsmith Turow Ph.d

Don’t Apologize to Your Therapist for Your Tears

Research reveals a link between crying and getting more out of therapy.

yesterday 2

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Holly Parker

A Caregiver's Resume

There's more than meets the eye of caregivers.

yesterday 2

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Kristi Rendahl Dpa

Our Cognitive Resilience in the Age of AI

Today's most important thinking machine is you.

previous day 20

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John Nosta

Present-Tense Your Intimate Communication

Dare to be present with your partner.

previous day 10

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Assael Romanelli Ph.d

Balancing Career and Motherhood

Tips for passionate working mums.

previous day 20

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Megan Dalla-Camina

Are We Captured by Our Genes or the Rulers of Our Destiny?

Recent research shows we may have control over our decisions and behaviors.

previous day 20

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Hamid Zand Ph.d

Staying Together “For the Kids"

Three consequences for children when parents remain in an unhappy marriage.

previous day 20

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Sylvia L. Mikucki-Enyart Ph.d

Why Do Narcissistic Parents Gaslight Their Adult Children?

Adult children often want answers about parents with narcissistic tendencies.

previous day 20

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Mark Shelvock Rp

The Beauty of the Chin in Revealing Our Sentiments

Here’s information revealed by our often-ignored chin.

previous day 20

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Joe Navarro M.a

Relational Trauma: Why Am I So Negative?

Explore persistent negativity and its correlation with developmental trauma.

previous day 10

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Annie Wright Lmft

Should You Consider CBT-I for Insomnia?

Are you looking for nonmedication sleep therapy?

previous day 10

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Nicholas Balaisis Ph.d

How to Keep an Incel From Becoming a Sex Offender

We all need support and tools to understand our human sexuality.

previous day 10

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Steven Ing Mft

When Disordered Eating Becomes a Concern in Neurodivergent Folks

Explore the nuances of disordered eating among the neurodivergent populations.

previous day 10

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Morgan Blair Ma

What Is a Good Parent?

Personal Perspective: Being a "good parent" without being an intensive parent.

previous day 10

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Emily Edlynn Ph.d

Rethinking Groupthink

There are times when groupthink can positively impact project success.

previous day 20

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Te Wu Dps

Reclaiming Meaning in Life After Addiction, Stress, and Pain

Insights from mindfulness-oriented recovery enhancement.

previous day 20

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Eric Garland

The Art of Compromise

Compromise is not about giving in.

previous day 10

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Robert Taibbi L.c.s.w

Emotional Well-Being: 5 Healthy Practices for Regulation

Move from dysregulated and reactive to regulated and responsive.

previous day 10

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Robyne Hanley-Dafoe Ed.d

10 Ways To Spot a Love Bomber

Consider the following signs that indicate someone may be love bombing you.

previous day 20

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Roxy Zarrabi Psy.d

Trouble Sleeping With the Warmer Weather? You're Not Alone

Here's why, and 3 things you can do about it.

previous day 20

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Jennifer Gerlach Lcsw

Swinging With Attachment Styles

How to talk to your partner about being consensually non-monogamous.

previous day 20

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Hal Shorey Ph.d

3 Ways for Parents to Teach Their Children Resilience

Here's how to teach your child to confidently handle life's ups and downs.

previous day 20

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Mark Travers Ph.d

The Rise of Homeschooling

A Personal Perspective: Why I chose to homeschool: confessions of an educator.

previous day 20

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Calvina Ellerbe Ph.d

Fake News Cleaner and the Growth of Media Literacy Training

Patience and a bar of soap can fight misinformation, but so can legislation.

previous day 40

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Susan A. Nolan

Are Autistic Children Less Socially Motivated?

Exploring the social motivation theory of autism.

previous day 20

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Bozena Zawisz Ma

How to Raise Chewing, Peeing, Pooping, Fun-Seeking Puppies

Having empathy for confused transplants from Planet Dog is the key to success.

previous day 20

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Marc Bekoff Ph.d

Caregiving for Parents Takes a Family

10 things adult siblings can do to make things better when caring for parents.

previous day 20

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Deborah J. Cohan Ph.d

The Power of Open Heart Neuromeditation to Combat Depression

Engaging positive emotions can rewire the brain.

previous day 20

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Jeff Tarrant

From Authenticity to Dark Authenticity

What happens at the interface between dark personalities and authenticity?

previous day 40

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Grant Hilary Brenner Md

Conversations With Kahneman

Personal Perspective: Lessons learned from an adversarial collaboration.

previous day 6

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Gary Klein Ph.d

CBD Products Don't Relieve Chronic Pain After All

New research finds no evidence to support the use of CBD to treat chronic pain.

wednesday 10

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Dan Mager Msw

How Often Do Happy Couples Have Sex?

Sex is an integral part of most relationships, but how much is enough?

wednesday 8

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Nicole K. Mcnichols Ph.d

Holiday Family Dynamics (Yikes!)

There are better ways for all than avoiding family celebrations.

wednesday 20

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Isadora Alman Mft

Why Are Divorce Rings Trending?

...And what if you can’t afford, or don't want, a costly remake of your ring?

wednesday 20

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Diane N Solomon Ph.d

Are Employees Assets or Liabilities?

A popular management philosophy views them primarily as costs to be minimized.

wednesday 20

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Victor Lipman

The Science of Flirting

Here are 7 ways to flirt more confidently and successfully.

wednesday 30

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Gary W. Lewandowski Jr. Ph.d

3 Important Boundaries That Every Couple Should Have

Modern problems require modern solutions—especially in relationships.

wednesday 20

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Mark Travers Ph.d

Mindstorm Survival and First-Aid

How to support yourself or someone else through a mental meltdown or shutdown.

wednesday 10

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Jennifer Gerlach Lcsw

Lose Anxiety, Live Life

You can reduce anxiety by understanding bodily sensations and not fearing them.

wednesday 10

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Sybil Geldart Ph.d

Unmasking Diet Culture

Embrace self-compassion to dismantle societal illusions.

wednesday 10

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Carolyn Karoll Lcsw-C

When a Modern Psychedelic Meets an Ancient Ritual of Grief

A Personal Perspective: How to host a psychedelic shiva.

wednesday 1

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Sarah Rose Siskind

The Intergenerational Family Seder

Personal Perspective: How do we celebrate during a crisis?

wednesday 10

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Robyn Fivush Ph.d

Why Aren't Today's Youth Happy?

A recent happiness report finds a steep drop in happiness among today’s youth.

wednesday 20

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Suzie Pileggi Pawelski

Music and Spirituality

Personal Perspective: Longing for something more.

wednesday 10

Psychology Today

Raymond Leone Mmt

How to Get More Comfortable Taking Risks

Moving beyond your fears of making mistakes and uncertainty will lead to change.

wednesday 10

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Yesel Yoon Ph.d

Stop People-Pleasing to Combat Disordered Eating

Tuning into your wants and desires can help combat disordered eating.

wednesday 10

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Vanessa Scaringi Ph.d

How to Stop Being an Impostor

Go beyond persistent self-doubts and reclaim your story.

wednesday 20

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Steven C. Hayes Ph.d

5 Affirmations to Overcome Social Anxiety

Shift your mindset to make new friends.

wednesday 10

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Marisa G. Franco Ph.d

Arguing About Money

When couples fight about money, what do they actually fight about?

wednesday 10

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Johanna Peetz Ph.d

Identifying and Fixing Dysfunctional Organizational Cultures

Is your workplace sucking the life out of people?

wednesday 20

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Soren Kaplan Ph.d

3 Ways to Foster Work Friendships to Energize and Reduce Stress

Take walking breaks in nature, share a meal, and go offline with work friends.

wednesday 20

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Esther Sternberg M.d

How to Have Non-Negotiables

Non-negotiables are a solid foundation for a fulfilling and authentic life.

wednesday 1

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John Kim Lmft

A Balanced Use of Paternalism as a Tool to Support Health

A Personal Perspective: When the freedom to be healthy curtails other freedoms.

wednesday 10

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Sandro Galea M.d

Practical Advice on How To Quit Cannabis

Understanding the challenge and gathering the tools prepare you for success.

wednesday 20

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Timmen L. Cermak Md

How Are You Dating?

Self-assessment while searching for a partner.

wednesday 20

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Martha Kauppi

4 Strategies to Free Yourself From Rumination

It's trickier than just trying not to ruminate.

16.04.2024 2

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Jennifer Gerlach Lcsw

5 Ways to Tell if You, and Your Relationship, Will Grow Over Time

New couples research shows the value of adding exploration to your romance.

16.04.2024 1

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Susan Krauss Whitbourne Phd

Bringing Self to the Conversation

Asserting yourself in an aggressive world.

16.04.2024 20

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Andrea Mathews Lpc

10 Bad Roads We All Take (and How to Take the Good Road)

Why is the right path in the fork in the road so hard to see and take?

16.04.2024 20

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Jim Taylor Ph.d

Validation and Pain: Why Witnessing Matters

Pain validation is an important component of chronic illness care.

16.04.2024 4

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Katie Willard Virant Msw

Self-Blame and Internalized Anger

Why would you blame yourself for your trauma?

16.04.2024 3

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Imi Lo

How Adult Children of the Sandwich Generation Cope With Gray Divorce

Divorce piles on when sandwiched between parents and kids.

16.04.2024 20

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Sophie Jacobi-Parisi J.d

Is Positive Thinking a Mistake?

What's with the dissing of optimism?

16.04.2024 1

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Nick Morgan Ph.d

Why Do People Choose Authoritarianism Over Democracy?

A new way to understand the psychology of the "authoritarian personality.”

16.04.2024 1

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Joe Pierre M.d

Examining the 4 "Apology Languages" and Their Effectiveness

You may know your love language, but do you know your "apology language?"

16.04.2024 20

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Mark Travers Ph.d

Heterosexual Sex in the 21st Century Can Be a Partnership

It's about reproductive and non-reproductive sex.

16.04.2024 20

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Catherine Aponte Psy.d

Is Morality in Decline or Is It Being Manipulated?

People have to be trained, indoctrinated, or propagandized to give up morality.

16.04.2024 20

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Robert Evans Wilson Jr

Thought Traps That Block Healing From Childhood Adversities

Release these 7 mindsets to open the door to full recovery.

16.04.2024 20

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Glenn R. Schiraldi Ph.d

Apologies: Why People Don’t Always Give or Get Them

Children benefit from parents’ instruction on how to offer a sincere apology.

16.04.2024 20

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Pamela D. Brown Ph.d

The Dual Illusions of Time

How language shapes human and LLM temporal realities.

16.04.2024 2

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John Nosta

Why Do We Dismiss Non-physical Trauma?

Society tends to dismiss non-physical abuse as "not as bad."

16.04.2024 1

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Kaytee Gillis

Can We Retrieve What’s Lost in Grief?

A critique of the "stages of grief."

16.04.2024 10

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Glenn C. Altschuler Ph.d

The Future of Work: Workaholism and the Race Against AI

Our tech-induced preoccupation with work has led to a mental health crisis.

16.04.2024 10

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Christine Louise Hohlbaum

After a Suicide: "How Could I Not Have Known?"

A viral video says so much about what we can miss about depression.

16.04.2024 10

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Margaret R Rutherford Ph.d

Alcohol: Challenging Dangerous Cultural Norms

Revealing the hidden truths about our most publicly endorsed epidemic.

16.04.2024 3

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Aaron Weiner Ph.d

Unloved Daughters: Why the Term "Mother Wound" Doesn't Serve

The damage done by the unloving mother is far more complex and unique.

16.04.2024 10

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Peg Streep

7 Key Things to Pay Attention to When Dating Someone New

When you’re falling for someone new, you're more likely to minimize red flags.

16.04.2024 9

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Roxy Zarrabi Psy.d

Does Remote Work Have You Feeling Down?

Seven ways to overcome feelings of isolation in remote work situations.

16.04.2024 10

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James M. Kerr

Committed: An Interview With Suzanne Scanlon

A memoir concerns the treatment of prolonged grief in a major psychiatric hospital.

16.04.2024 2

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Christopher Lane Ph.d

Understanding Sparks of Emotion

Electrical stimulation of the face can change how you feel and perceive others.

16.04.2024 1

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Sebastian Korb

Places Sugar May Be Hiding in Your Diet

Sugar might be hiding in your diet in the places where you least expect.

16.04.2024 1

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Nicole Avena Ph.d

The Captive Mind, from Soviet-Era Moscow to Modern MAGA

Miłosz's classic book on Stalinist Russia holds valuable lessons for today.

16.04.2024 2

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Steven A Hassan Phd

Key Insights From the UK First Belonging Barometer

A major new study reveals how to reconnect to people, place, power, and purpose.

16.04.2024 10

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Kim Samuel

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