Posts Tagged ‘psychology’
Starting & Stopping
We’re a week into 2021. How are your new year’s resolutions going? Most are still going strong at this point, but as January creeps along, many people start finding it more and more challenging to follow through. Why is that? According to a new psychological study, it may depend on how we phrase our goals.…Read More
Complaining Breaks Your Brain!
Do you know anyone who is a whiner? Of course you do! It’s the person who complains about everything, all of the time, without any purpose except to make them feel better and you feel worse. If you don’t know anyone like that, you’ve clearly never visited social media… Did you know that excessive complaining…Read More
Is ADHD a Fraud?
A renowned and widely respected Harvard Psychologist Jerome Kagan is making some bold, counter-cultural claims about kids and ADHD. In an interview with Spiegel online, the influential psychologist was very blunt. About ADHD, he said: It is an invention. Every child who’s not doing well in school is sent to see a pediatrician, and the pediatrician…Read More