DSM-5 made a mistake when it joined together into one big, heterogeneous category ('Substance Use Disorder') what in DSM IV had been two quite different diagnoses ('Substance Abuse' and 'Substance Dependence').
Pay attention to what comes out of your mouth. The language you use affects how you experience your world, and how others experience you. Inevitably, things get "lost in translation." If you're familiar
Just in time for the National Park Service's 100th anniversary. We already know the most efficient and sight-packed route to drive to see all the continental states, but what if you only wanted to focus
Are dangerous ideas about masculinity leading to increased violent crime and suicide? Eva Wiseman talks to the director of a new documentary – and three men discuss their experiences The most dangerous
Before this 31-day plan became a lifestyle, I first had to remove the tumors of self-gratification and hubris (trust me, the attitude ruling my life in the old days was all about "what's in it for me?").
Emotional intelligence can be the most potent weapon in our armory. It helps boost our self-awareness, self-control, motivation, empathy, and social skills, all of which help us become much better leaders.
Kids with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) often have trouble with self-control, making it harder to do well in school and sustain healthy relationships. That deficit of self control can
Improving emotional intelligence--often shortened to E.I.--has lately been at the forefront of many people's minds. At its core, emotional intelligence is the ability to understand others and their emotions,
And makes the case for unplugging after-hours. When word got out in June that France was trying to pass a labor law including a "right to disconnect" clause (read: a ban on work-related emails after-hours),
It’s a simple fact of life: When you’ve been with someone for a while, you probably don’t feel like jumping their bones every second of the day like you did when you first got together. We know it happens,
Brain-computer interfaces offer new applications for our brain signals—and a new vector for security and privacy violations. Hackers have spyware in your mind. You're minding your business, playing a or