Do you know why you do what you do? How often would you say that you are in control of your decision making?
Did you know that exercise has better clinical outcomes than psychotropic medications?
What I learned by walking my sorry ass to the bus stop, and why my kids will do the same thing…
Psychology and Christianity have more in common than they don’t. Who knew…?
What drives the reasons for what people do?
Likely coming in 2021…
Sometimes it’s the little things we don’t notice that wind up doing the most harm.
Shame and guilt are not inherently bad!
Part 5 of 5 - collect them all and tell your friends!
What happens when and educator and a counselor start chatting about mental health in the academic world? Click to find out…
“Bleccch! I hate that!” Click to learn about disgust (and contempt).
Shame and guilt, while not the same, are indeed closely related and often confused.
If you’re a bit down today, listen to this interview. By the time you’re done, if you’re not feeling better and more motivated we’ll give you your money back.
An argument could be made that interest-excitement is the most useful emotion we possess. And happiness? Well that’s just fun.
A familiar set of emotions with a neurological explanation based on research and function.
Emotions are neither positive nor negative, they are informative. And you need to know them.
Kids are a reflection of their parents, right? Not so fast…
Wait…brushing my teeth can improve my mental health? Whaaaaa…?
When you get defensive, communication breaks down. Here’s some insight on how to avoid that.