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awareness

7 Common Psychological Terms You're Probably Using Wrong

So THAT's the difference between a psychopath and a sociopath...

Allison Daniels
October 6 2017

What I Wish Everyone Knew About Factory Farming

One dairy farm with 2,500 cows produces the same amount of waste as a city of 411,000 people.

Dakota Gale
February 25 2016

8 More Movies To Add To Your Netflix Queue This Year

Earlier this month, I put together my list of environmental documentaries that deserved a spot in everyone's Netflix queue. It sparked quite a...

Emma Loewe
January 14 2016

7 Movies To Add To Your Netflix Queue This Year

Get ready for some fascinating portrayals of our natural environment.

Emma Loewe
January 3 2016

Why We Should All Give Each Other More Compliments

Generating more positive energy through this very simple act can be a powerful way to make a difference in the world.

Kaia Roman
May 27 2015

Why "Baggage" Doesn't Make Someone Undateable

The truth is, most people carry baggage on their proverbial relationship flights.

Megan Bruneau, M.A.
May 23 2015

7 Downsides To My 125-Pound Weight Loss

For everyone that’s plus-sized and wants to drop some weight, or anyone that was once plus-sized, this is for you.

Naomi Teeter
May 14 2015

How To Negotiate Crowds When You're A Highly Sensitive Person

Being in crowded places, like restaurants, shops or public transport, can be challenging when you're highly sensitive.

What Your Menstrual Cycle Says About Your Health

Did you know that your period can be the biggest and clearest window to what is going on inside your body?

5 Signs You're A Helicopter Parent

While the idea of "helicopter parenting" was originally developed as a concept for parents with college-age students, it's also totally possible to be...

Debunking The Myth Of The Highly-Sexed Man

We live in a culture fed by myths. Not the archetypal myths born in the collective unconscious that deeply nourish the wells of the human psyche. No,...

Sheryl Paul, M.A.
April 29 2015

15 Universal Truths About Love

I’ve done numerous interviews and talks about what makes for a successful relationship. I’ve been a marriage counselor for 35 years, and have also...

5 Things I’ve Learned Sitting In A Therapist’s Chair

Some people call me a counselor, others a therapist, still others a shrink. Technically, I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed...

Rosemary Clark
April 19 2015

Double Standards Still Hold Women Back At Work, According To Survey

There's no doubt that women are equally as qualified as men to lead companies. But even as they continue to make giant strides in every industry —...

Emi Boscamp
January 16 2015

What To Do When Your Mind Won't Let You Meditate

As a meditation teacher, people frequently tell me they want to meditate but their mind won't let them. Whenever they try to sit and quiet their mind,...

Tom Spector, PhD
January 13 2015