Why haven’t we mastered it yet?
Regardless of what the Santa Barbara police video shows, people will see what they expect to see
The answer to our codependency may be acknowledging our vulnerability, rather than hiding or resisting it
New theory about depression suggests mood fluctuates with experiences of being either connected or alone
Fathers and mothers typically have different ideas about parenting, and new research says they’re both right
What if we’re not
in charge of the choices that make us succeed or fail in life? What if the demons are?
People take on the challenge all the time, but should
you is the better question
What does the debate about antidepressants mean for people suffering seriously with mental disorders?
Some answers to the agonizing question about separation and divorce
Experiment in cognitive dissonance sheds light on prophet Harold Camping's predictions
Buried in the data — a clue to why relationships succeed or fail
Research shows our empathy switch can be trained and strengthened
And why do we need conservatives, anyway?
Accentuating the negative has its positives
Three simple phrases — repeated often — can bring peace to warring couples
When the monster in the closet rears its ugly head
It's quick, it's easy and it's free
Do partners do better when they are similar or dissimilar in personality?
Can spiritual practices cure depression, anxiety or PTSD?
Looking back on the parenting choices we make in the final years of high school
Neuroscience helps explain how men and women process emotions differently
Often, the process proves explosive, but it doesn't have to be that way
How threatening times can bring us together
How women react to their partners’ use of such Web sites, and why it matters
With the kids out of the house, adults at midlife can choose to fly or falter
Research exercises show promise in 'switching off' the anxiety nature has instilled in us
Can it be wrong to be right?
Research yields new discoveries about how old wounds create turmoil
Ending the cycle of suffering can be the beginning to feeling more alive
We are designed by evolution to be both honest and deceitful, and sometimes the two collide
Research sheds lights on what — and who — we're attracted to in a partner
Repairing the damage caused by ADHD to a relationship can take time, but it's worth the effort
Research yields new therapeutic methods for helping couples resolve conflicts
The scientist, a pioneer in the emerging field of interpersonal neurobiology, will speak next month at the Lobero
Our insatiable curiosity about human failings is all in our heads
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