This month is National Native American Heritage Month. We feel moved to honor this month, so we have decided to explore and educate ourselves about a couple of culture-bound issues faced by some Native Americans: Ghost Sickness and Heartbreak Syndrome…not your ordinary Western diagnosis.
Sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.
Do you prefer pornography to intimacy with your romantic partner? Does your partner complain that you’re more interested in pornography than sex? If so, then you’re doing wrong or you have an addiction. Take this quiz to find out!
Do you have a right to vote? Are you being disenfranchised by obstacles such as impossible voter wait times and biased voting stations?
Expressive writing has been proven to reduce stress and improve immune health. Give it a try!
Blunt honesty just keeps us on the infinite hamster wheel of aloneness, where we berate others, argue and despite the appearance of connection with others we continue to feel alone and alone.
Over the last 40 years meditation has been used as a secular mind-body therapeutic approach for a variety of psychological and health-related problems. Its positive therapeutic benefits have been described in many ways in the scientific health care literature, including improved coping with distressing emotions, reduction in anxiety, reduction in depression and improved coping with pain.
When we stop letting another person be themselves and we get in their face, things can quickly turn upside down and become topsy-turvy in a relationship.
Our new series will interview ordinary people who’ve used everyday tools to patch up their lives.
Research finds that a larger ratio of women to men lead women to focus on their career and getting a college education (over settling down with a man and having a baby). We couldn’t have summarized this issue better, so read about it here.