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World of Psychology · 4h ago

How to Rebuild After a Break Up

Have you recently walked away from a long-term relationship? Acknowledging the relationshi...
World of Psychology · 18h ago

Beat Commitment Phobia by Being True to Yourself

Healthy relationships shouldn’t feel like a trap. Marilee, a client of mine, was a commitment-phobe. “I’d love to be in a loving relationship,” she told me in one of our counseling sessions,...
World of Psychology · 23h ago

The Eating Disorder Is Voldemort: On Using Metaphors in Treatment

When some patients start treatment for an eating disorder it can be emotionally and physically uncomfortable. In my work as a therapist I try to educate my patients as to why this feeling is...
World of Psychology · 1d ago

How to Cope When the Anxious Child Has a Meltdown

When our children exhibit disruptive behavior and appear to be out of control, we can feel helpless and sometimes hopeless. When we realize that their actions are no longer isolated events but have become part of a distressing routine, our mind may c...
World of Psychology · 1d ago

9 Telltale Signs of Impostor Syndrome

Many high-achievers share a dirty little secret: deep down they feel like complete frauds....
World of Psychology · 1d ago

Free Live Webinar: The Gifting of Borderline Personality Disorder

Do you know someone who has an intense fear of abandonment, does dangerous and impulsive acts, is unstable in relationships, and expresses extreme emotions? They might have severe depression...
World of Psychology · 2d ago

Psychology Around the Net: January 20, 2018

Happy Saturday, sweet readers! So, you’ve heard of mental health days, right? Well, I’m taking a mental health weekend. Earlier this week, I realized I was headed toward a weekend with no pl...
World of Psychology · 2d ago

Digital Versus Human Communication

It’s amazing to think that less than twenty years ago, if I wanted to communicate with som...
World of Psychology · 2d ago

What It Means to Not Take Things Personally

We often hear that we shouldn’t take things so personally. But what does this actually mean? If someone we’ve allowed into our heart says something shaming or hurtful, such as “You only thin...
World of Psychology · 3d ago

Best of Our Blogs: January 19, 2018

Many of us are deemed different because of our illnesses. We grow up feeling misunderstood. We’re the black sheep, rebel, and weird one in our families. Our disease makes others ill at ease....