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Bearing all the hallmarks of the midlife crisis, this phenomenon is hitting twenty- and thirty-somethings shortly after they enter the “real world”.read more
The path to a healthy, successful, and meaningful life may not be what we expect. Sometimes, findings from the research on well-being seem a bit obvious – 3 surprising insights about success and happiness :read more
In this article, Jules Schroeder talks about how she found herself in a quarter-life crisis, or as The Muse puts it, “a period of intense soul-searching and stress occurring in your mid 20s to early 30s”.read more
This post is about healing your inner critic with self-compassion, understanding self-compassion, what it is and what it isn’t, and how self-compassion can start to change your relationship with yourself.read more
Brené Brown is one of our favorite researchers and authors for a reason. In this article by Drake Baer, and you’ll see why. She talks about Five Words for Lasting Relationships. A large part of Brené Brown’s research is on how individuals process their vulnerability, especially in communicating with their significant other.read more
Did you know that critical thinking skills are more important than IQ? Book-smart doesn’t necessarily make you life-smart, and a new article in the journal Thinking Skills and Creativity examines the utility of IQ in navigating existence, and how another mental ability may put it in the shade.read more
What are the Sunday Scaries? It’s a real phenomenon and you’re not alone in experiencing it. Feelings of anxiety and mild depression commonly affect individuals in such cases. The Sunday Scaries are truly dreadful, but the good news is you can learn to manage and even prevent them. With a little advancedread more
You’ve made the decision: It’s time for a career change. The only problem is that you’re not sure what you want to do, or even why you’re unhappy with your current job. That’s where taking career assessments can help.read more
Shame is something we all experience. Sometimes we feel it briefly and it leaves us like an unpleasant thought. Other times it stays, creeping inside our minds until it distorts both our perceptions of the world and how we believe the world perceives us.read more
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