With the safety of football being increasingly questioned, it is important for parents to think about what effects playing will have on their children. It is difficult to say no to such a cultural phenomenon, but it is important that we do so.
Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life Articles in 2012, Page 2
Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life published the following articles in 2012.
Being physically confined, for whatever reason, can lead people to do some crazy things. It’s worthwhile learning to recognize this, so we can better understand ourselves and others when it happens.
In recent years, Life Coaches have expanded the ranks of the helping professionals. However, the boundary between what is coaching and what is therapy lacks definition, for consumers and providers alike.
Americans have a difficult time accepting our sexuality. The Petraeus scandal makes it evident that we must move beyond personal morality and allow everyone to figure out what is right for themselves.
With up-to-date scientific information on your side, you can make wiser choices and live a healthier lifestyle.
Worry and anxiety are some of the most prevalent forms of mental disturbance. Yet a basic understanding of worry, the purpose it serves, and how to work with worry, can bring relief to many.
Aging is something we do not often discuss, probably because we don’t have good role models for it. Instead, we focus on being youthful forever, rather than figuring out how to live with getting older. It’s time to remedy that and look to people who can point us in the right direction. My Uncle Jack was just such a guide.