Psychology

This is what your body language says about your relationship

Want to impress on the first date? The direction in which you lean can affect the result.

By SHEEE/WALLA!
26/12/2022
 A SAFE person acts as your cheerleader and wants what is best for you.

Who are the people in your lives that make you feel safe?

Whom can you reach out to, should you ever need to? Who makes you feel safe and why? In what way do they contribute to your well-being? 

By DR. BATYA L. LUDMAN
24/12/2022

Men doing 'women's job?': Why some men fear female-dominated career paths - study

A new study delves into the fears men have associated with certain career paths that are typically dominated by women, such as early education, due to fears of gender bias.

'Saving Freud': How the Jewish psychoanalyst escaped the Nazis - review

In Saving Freud, Andrew Nagorski reviews Freud’s life and provides biographical sketches of the eclectic group of people who helped rescue him as the Gestapo was closing in.

By GLENN C. ALTSCHULER
17/12/2022

'Me time' has an impact on our social lives, too - study

Spending time alone followed by immediate social interaction has the potential to be more than overwhelming.

Suicide prevention: Most participants in Rambam's program didn't try again

After five years of the suicide program, all but one were dissuaded from attempting it again.

‘The darkness monster’: coping with childhood mental illness - opinion

My beloved child calls me a ‘monster’ when he’s in a rage.

By GABRIELA BINDER
08/12/2022

How can young people improve their negative body image? - study

In today’s world, the standard of beauty is almost impossible to attain, leaving many women aged 20-30 feeling insecure about themselves and turning to harmful coping mechanisms.

Will this popular acne drug really cause depression? Study says no

Concerns have been raised in light of anecdotal case stories of suicidality and depression that have been associated in one way or another with taking Roaccutane.

How can you learn to be yourself?

For many psychotherapy clients, issues of being oneself are at the core of their emotional difficulties. Below, I outline some strategies that can help people to be themselves. 

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