Why relaxing is so much work.
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Where Science and Sense Overlap
Lindsay Weisner Psy.D.
Is the cattiness and competition of your daughter's peer group wearing her down? There are steps you can take to help her be more confident and more resilient.
Stop baking bread, using your air fryer, and posting on Pinterest. Start looking inside yourself for personal growth.
How safe is your "safe space?"
Why are reality shows still clinging to the idea of monogamy as the only answer?
The Bachelor controversy: Racist host or publicity plan?
"Were you a victim of sexual trauma?" Find out the devastating reason many women don't know the answer to this question.
How can you help your teen to thrive rather than merely survive this year? These five tips can go a long way.
Can you run fast enough to avoid pandemic panic attacks?
The other unknown side effect of the pandemic? Personality Flatline, where we all become caricatures of our worst selves.
Does yoga explain why humans survived the dark ages? Perhaps doing no harm could help us all survive this difficult time.
Creativity, compassion, and self-care: How can we care for others while caring for ourselves?
Can the death of a hero change the minds of the masses?
Has your sprint towards sanity left your loved ones behind? Let's talk.
Who am I and how did I get here? Has 2020 left you doubting yourself? Here is how to reclaim your identity.
"Mom?!" "What?" "You're doing it wrong." Thank god for Jung and his collective unconscious. Because at the very least, we get to do it wrong together.
This is not the time to be silent. This is not the time to let anyone hold you back.
Why do we think issuing "trigger warnings" is helpful?
Is stress affecting your fertility? Is your body fooling you by making you think you might be pregnant? Cortisol may be the culprit.
Why are we fighting each other instead of standing as a united front against systemic racism?
There is no right answer to racism when all we hear is screaming or silence.
Social cohesiveness can prevent suicide, so stop shaming your neighbor.
Crying over spilled milk? Blame your defense mechanisms.
Are you socially awkward or do you just think you are?
Although scientifically it makes sense that you want to.
Does the idea of having a best friend increase female aggression?
How much do narcissists and predators have in common? Let's ask the Tiger King.
Self-care starts with knowing yourself, and knowing how much media you can handle right now.
Feeling a bit corona-crazy? Stay close to those you love.
I quickly stopped seeing my first therapist. What would I do differently now? And what should you do if you are questioning whether your therapist is right for you?
Lindsay Weisner, Psy.D., is a psychologist in private practice in Long Island, the author of Ten Steps To Finding Happy, and the host of the Neurotic Nourishment Podcast.