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9 Lies We Tell Ourselves To Avoid Change

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9 Lies We Tell Ourselves to Avoid Change
Anger not like other emotionsWe want to move forward and grow, but the prospect of change can cause us to feel anxious. Why do we get in our own way, clinging to habits and situations that no longer benefit us?

Gaining Control: Making Life Predictable
We can catch ourselves exaggerating the importance of security, predictability and preparedness... and stop it.

38 Ways to Relax and Change Your Imbalanced Thinking
De-stress and change imbalanced thought patterns that either lead to or worsen symptoms of depression.

How a Simple Mindset Shift Can Make or Break Your Daily Mood
These subtle yet powerful mental filters determine how we feel and respond to the world.

Getting Married? Get Counseling, NOW
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Alzheimer’s Signs Reversed in Mouse Study
Empathy and your healthResearchers have successfully reversed the formation of amyloid plaques in the brains of mice with Alzheimer’s disease, thereby improving the animals’ cognitive function.

Social Media Replaces Human Contact? Maybe Not
Not to say overuse of social media is good, but it’s not bad in the way people think it is.

Conversation Boosts Kids’ Brain Development
Conversation between an adult and a child appears to change the child’s brain.

Blood and Urine Tests Developed to Diagnose Autism
New blood and urine tests that can indicate autism in children have been developed by researchers in England.

Many Teens Take Great Care in Posting Online Content
What may appear as a fun and effortless way to share content may actually be quite painstaking and tedious.

World of Psychology

The Value of Talking to Each Other Out Loud
Quality leadershipTechnology has provided more ways for people to communicate than previous generations could have imagined, but one of the great ironies of our age is that we are speaking to each other less than ever.

How to Feel Normal Again
These hard-learned tips can help others learn how to feel normal, or normal again.

Preventing and Healing from School Violence Takes a Village
School violence is not just a school issue.

What a Beautiful Life: The Fulfillment of Failure
Can you imagine things going right on the first try? It would be fantastically... boring!

Am I in a Jealous Relationship?
Jealousy is a protective reaction to a perceived threat to a valued relationship.

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