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Are you carrying around too much guilt or blaming yourself for things that aren't your fault? Here's how to stop, writes @DrMelanieG bit.ly/3r4UjTj
When we try to avoid thinking about something, it's often all we can think about. Here's what to do instead. bit.ly/3dAKXde
Can't feel your emotions? You may be in a dissociative state. Here's how to get back in touch with your feelings and begin healing, writes @GroverSean bit.ly/3ekjQlG
5 Ways to Get Motivated and Stay Focused During Re-entry | Psychology Today psychologytoday.com/blog/the-couch…
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Are you looking for ways to boost your mood? Start by trying some of these happiness interventions. bit.ly/3zgeOk5
How to stop letting the perceptions of other people define your life, writes @ncolier bit.ly/3gdfz5M
"Do not alert the narcissist of your plans until you have your team in place." And other strategies to navigate divorce with a narcissist. bit.ly/3w3CDth
5 findings on female sexual satisfaction that are about more than just orgasms bit.ly/3g4OjGG
When couples first get together, they are often excited by the thrills of pursuit, desire, and surprise. Even after years of familiarity, though, there are ways to get that feeling back. bit.ly/3x8gLgk
Do you tend to be more attracted to a person's mind than their body? Here's how to make the most of it. bit.ly/351octO
3 reasons why arguments get blown out of proportion—and how to prevent that from happening bit.ly/2TdlsHg
Having FOMO? New blog post over on @PsychToday covering a recent meta-analysis on FOMO and social media use. psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/the-…
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How a person's optimism is influenced by both genetics and behaviors—and what that means for you, writes @JohnParrington bit.ly/3pOUemB
Most people don’t start planning a wedding after one date. But to attract a partner, narcissists might spin elaborate visions of a romantic future together. This is why it often works. bit.ly/3pA3lY9
Friendship doesn't have to be difficult to be valuable. And in some cases, quite the opposite. Here's why. bit.ly/3gn8YV8
"You don't need to wait for motivation to actually do something." And other things that people who are struggling with depression may need to hear, writes @AICTCognitive bit.ly/3aooyxJ
Why it's important to talk about the things that make you feel uncomfortable or even hurt you with your therapist, writes @DrAndreaBonior bit.ly/2OvNVkC
We're taught from a young age that we need romantic relationships to be happy. Here's what that kind of thinking gets wrong, writes @angrytherapist bit.ly/3x9yZis
Why telling the truth benefits people more than dishonesty in the long run bit.ly/34ApyvT
3 sources of anxiety that can cause people to hold on too tightly in relationships—and how to manage them bit.ly/3anTNsE
Do you know someone who struggles with panic attacks? These mindfulness-based techniques may help. bit.ly/3apoMo8
Do you want to know if someone is lying? Try using these 3 cognitive-based techniques, writes @ArashEmamzadeh bit.ly/3glBHLR
Unmarried men suffer far higher rates of depression and suicide than married men and single women, yet mental health experts consider them an ignored demographic. Here's why. bit.ly/3ghM0QA
How to avoid going down the rabbit hole of negative mind wandering bit.ly/3gS9AC5
Parents who see their child as a rival, or as a picture of what they could have been, may act on their envy in hurtful ways that are hard for others to recognize or for the child to forgive. bit.ly/3x5HQAT
15 top triggers of relationship conflict—and how to manage them better, writes @LewandowskiPhD bit.ly/2Th38Ns
Even when it's not that severe, childhood mistreatment sometimes causes brain changes that affect anger management. Here's how to cope. bit.ly/3pvlhTN
"We need to accept worry, acknowledge the stressors and limitations it has imposed on us, and focus pragmatically on achieving the best possible outcomes under the circumstances." bit.ly/2RFDBNt
Don't let worries about what other people think stop you from having fun by yourself. @belladepaulo explains why. bit.ly/3v6hDk7
Are racing thoughts keeping you up at night? A sleep journal may be just what you need. Here's how to get started, writes @thesleepdoctor bit.ly/3pvECE9
How we can use deadlines to our advantage to get things done bit.ly/359DoFb
3 powerful ways to reclaim health and happiness after any difficult experience, writes @sethgillihan bit.ly/3v0mX8X
"Changes in brain chemistry occur during certain life transitions that can predispose someone to developing a new psychotic disorder." And for women, that can mean menopause. @evolutionarypsy explains why. bit.ly/3x6QzCG
When it comes to dating, first impressions are everything. And here's what matters most, explains @ocklenBLOG bit.ly/3gcrJuE
If you're not sure how someone is feeling, you may want to check for this clue. It could help read their emotions, explains @swhitbo. bit.ly/3x2wFsL
"Income is not that important to well-being." And other trends we know about happiness, according to @toddkashdan bit.ly/3pGJFlv
3 signs that someone may be a demisexual—and what they can do to find a good match bit.ly/3iAeI0L
Being able to identify certain vocal biomarkers could help us better diagnose and treat depression in the future. Here's how. bit.ly/2T5L88H
Treating relationship problems could also help improve mental health. Here's why. bit.ly/3xbhBZZ
After a loss, many people assume they will go through some version of the "five stages of grief." But that may not be true for everyone. Learn more: bit.ly/3tx03WO
If you could know just one thing in advance about the person you are about to meet, what would you want to know? Here is one social psychologist's answer. bit.ly/3pQAw8l
"To keep a clean house, you need to deal with dirt. To overcome fear, you need to face it." bit.ly/2ZLG8WT
Why it's so important to focus on the positives in your life bit.ly/33Rp2ZY
Why we can love and hate someone at the same time—and what to do about it bit.ly/3gDWecv
4 different types of goals that can drive people's actions, from @abmarkman bit.ly/3agJsyz
Have you ever been told that you can't take a joke, or you need to lighten up? You may be experiencing gaslighting. Here are 4 healthy ways to handle it. bit.ly/37GWILD
"Scapegoating is verbal abuse, no matter how it is normalized or rationalized. And it really doesn't matter how parents choose their victims; it only matters that they do." bit.ly/3eaD6Cg
We may not be able to control our feelings, but we can control how we react to them—and avoid making things worse bit.ly/3v4Xv1U
"A healthy gut microbiome is essential to both your psychological and physical health." @marlynnweimd explains how. bit.ly/3cxflEb
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