Life has a way of dumping blinding amounts of obstacles into our path. This article breaks down an easier way of finding the good life, even through the obstacles.
Life's daily onslaught of problems certainly can leave a person in a lurch. Emotions are constantly being juggled. This article explores the "reworking" of our negative reactions.
The sun is not only about tans and growing stellar gardens. It is a crucial force that acts on the brain. This article weighs too much or too little sunlight, and brain involvement
Both being alone and socializing are centrally human. Historically, they serve vital roles. This article looks at solitude from a scholarly standpoint.
Studies involving chocolate's action on the brain are few. However, one mega-research study provided solid information. This article closely examines that investigation.
Marijuana or THC has been studied for as long as research has been around. This article articulates current scholarly investigation of the psychoactive compound in marijuana.
Classroom teaching methods have tried-and-true methods. For speech, hearing, or otherwise impaired learners, lexicons have become vital to understanding words and concepts. This article explores the basics of using sound, colors, shapes or texture, to enhance learning.
Fundamental to human behavior is sexuality. However, with progressing times, has sex-seeking become problematic? This article explores scholarly data on the concept of sexual addiction.
Decision making never ends. Weighing-up and picking the best thing is normal & customary. However, what's behind it all? Are winning choices always done one-way? This article examines from an empirical perspective, foundational research studies of the decision-making process.
Crime related physical violence statistics have risen to unprecedented proportions in the U.S. This article gives real-life, hands on methods to cool the meltdown.
Gobs of information exists on children and screen-time use. Yet there is under-explored side of the story. This article covers from an empirical perspective how electronic media can potentially affect children.
Juvenile delinquency statistics in America are overwhelming.This article reports juvenile delinquency crime statistics and brings to the forefront a broken juvenile system as backed by research.
This article brings together two different concepts: Self-control, and impulsive actions. It evaluates theories of origin on each type of behavior.
Stressful online experiences are common. This article explores group behavior in online environments and offers insight into perhaps changing a pattern of repeatedly encountering bad online constructs.
Anxiety disorders represent the largest cause of psychological treatment in the U.S. today. How can a person get help?
A person may have a double-life. Different survival mechanisms, govern each hidden lifestyle.This article explores one such person, Phillip Markoff, the "Craigslist Killer."
This article details my first-hand account, of receiving an allergy evaluation and skin test. Though it describes the process, it deals with emotional struggle.
Military service members sometimes go off to war. This article presents real-life offerings from a parent who has watched her child go to war—twice.
An innovative study was done, highlighting the effects of lavender for pain and anxiety during "awake" brain surgery. This article discusses the results.
The images people think, when hearing the term, "mental illness," often creates negative stigma. This article discusses what mental illness is, and what it is not.
Did you know that codependent behavior is synonymous with abusive & controlling behavior? This article discusses codependency, and navigating its pitfalls in New relationships.