Most problem drinkers are not alcoholics, according to a recent study — and that should be a worry for “one size fits all” treatment programs that prioritize the task of overcoming actual chemical dependence.
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Suffering winter doldrums is not inevitable. Here are six tips for cultivating healthy habits that can help make the season truly bright.
Through scientific investigation, we’ve uncovered the secrets of space travel, sequenced the human genome, cured many diseases, and calculated the age of the universe. But I think there’s a lack of truly scientific inquiry into the dynamics of peaceful co-existence.
Sometimes, it’s only when we fully comprehend how trying things can get that we’re able to genuinely appreciate even the most basic of creature comforts: a roof over our heads, enough to eat, our family and friends.
Solid character is like a psychological immune system, helping us to cope with stressful events and keeping us from breaking down under the pressure.
Those using these four steps find that slowly but surely, dysfunctional behaviors begin to be replaced by more functional behaviors, and they become different people.
If there’s one thing all the recent research on aging and the influence of psychological factors tells us, it’s that how we surround ourselves and how we think and feel about our lives really matters.