Confirmation bias nudges us to avoid people with opposing views, but engaging with them can make us more compassionate.
A veteran father strategizes how to communicate with his ill child in Randy Brown’s sweet and unsettling poem.
Our mind can be our worst enemy or our greatest ally.
Are we born a certain way or are we a compilation of our experiences that lock us into who we are?
Bill Eddy explains the terms related to High Conflict People and their disputes, and how to use them in a positive, practical way.
How do your habits now predict the future of your relationship?
Ross Rosenberg drops codependency for a new term and turns psychology upside down.
What’s in a wardrobe? Findings reveal the powerful ways in which the clothing we wear shapes who we are, both at a behavioral and biological level.
Patrick Sallee discusses the powerful influence of our hidden psychological biases.
John Faithful Hamer dodges the schizophrenia bullet, but talks about today’s diagnosing of the disease.