Why Love Involves Teaching

There’s a few around that the most romantic thing you could tell someone else is, ” I don’t want to…

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Learning to Be a Friend to Yourself

We are so mean to ourselves. So utterly, barbarically cruel. If we saw someone treating a stranger the way we…

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Acceptance & Commitment Therapy For KIDS | The A.I.M Curriculum

hi my name is Erin Bertoli and I am a board certified behavior analyst with Brett DiNovi & associates this…

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The Worst and Best Ways to Tell Someone It’s Over

The intensity and suffering exacted by a heartbreak depends not only on the core fact that we’ve been left; it…

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What Is the Sunday Evening Feeling?

It descends, normally, between around 5pm and 7.30pm and can be at its height at six, especially when the weather…

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Why Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs Matters

One of the most legendary ideas in the history of psychology is located in an unassuming triangle divided into five…

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POP CULTURE: What Is Cinema For?

Cinema is the most prestigious cultural activity in the modern world. It is for us what theater was in the…

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The Importance of Kissing

One of the constantly surprising aspects of relationships is just how much reassurance we need to believe that we are…

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How To Simplify Your Life

It is well understood by good parents that life should only ever get so exciting for a baby: after friends…

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The Art of Diplomacy

We tend to associate diplomacy with embassies, international relations and high politcs. But it really refers to a set of…

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