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‘Tis the Season for Contentious Dinner Table Conversations: 3 Strategies to Stop Persuasion Fatigue...

'Tis the season to be merry. For many, 'tis also the season for contentious dinner table conversations. If heated debates about politics, vaccine mandates...

A Booster Shot for Your Relationship

"We're just going through the motions," explained Sarah. She was referring to her relationship of nine years. She and her partner loved each other...

Don’t Let the Pebbles Pummel You

Determining whether a person is clinically depressed is not an arbitrary decision. Psychiatrists follow strict guidelines specified by the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual...

5 Ways to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

"If they only knew ... I am a total fraud and everyone is about to find out." If you have ever felt this way, you...

6 Strategies to Stop Election Stress Disorder From Winning

If politics is bringing you down, you are not alone. A nationwide survey fielded by The Harris Poll on behalf of the APA found...


"You're so resilient" isn't the compliment we thought it was. Why it's time to rethink this important trait https://apple.news/AbOug7LszT5OLS3sJBf_drg

'Tis the season to be merry. For many, 'tis also the season for contentious dinner table conversations.

Here are 3 strategies to stop persuasion fatigue from gobbling up your sanity.


Neuroimaging study suggests smartphone addiction may reduce the capacity for creativity: https://www.psypost.org/2022/11/study-says-smartphone-addiction-may-reduce-the-capacity-for-creativity-64364?utm_source=PsyPost+Newsletter&utm_campaign=18af39f239-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a44dd6ef29-18af39f239-127478861

Critical Ignoring as a Core Competence for Digital Citizens: “We argue that digital information literacy must include the competence of critical ignoring—choosing what to ignore and where to invest one’s limited attentional capacities.” https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/epub/10.1177/09637214221121570

Stress-the chicken or the egg? The physiological symptoms of high blood pressure can induce feelings of stress and anxiety. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/stress-could-be-symptom-of-high-blood-pressure-not-the-cause-ff6j2n0z2