Tag Archives: attachment
Jennifer’s Take: As a mother of a one-year-old I can emotionally relate to everything in this study! Unless you are a new parent, it can be difficult to understand the chronic stress that occurs with not only adjusting to a … Continue reading →
An Affair of the Heart Sexuality infidelity is pretty cut and dry; one partner steps outside the bounds of the relationship and engages in sexual activity with someone other than their spouse. Emotional infidelity can be defined as having emotional … Continue reading →
How the “Attachment Bond” Influences Our Adult Relationships Have you ever felt strongly, deeply connected to someone for whom you would do anything? It is called being “In Love,” and ideally we have all experienced it. You probably tend to … Continue reading →
A certain amount of self-regard is healthy. Clearly low self-worth causes psychological pain and suffering, but when does high self-regard turn into Narcissism? Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPR) is a form of pathological narcissism recognized by the DSM-V and first recognized by … Continue reading →
- Insomnia breakthrough: Scientists identify 5 types January 17, 2019Netherlands study identifies five insomnia subtypes that differ by personality traits, risk for depression, brain activity, and response to treatment.
- Have researchers found a new risk factor for schizophrenia? January 14, 2019New research draws a link between infection with the Epstein-Barr virus and schizophrenia, though cause and effect relationships remain unclear.
- 3 common drugs can reduce severe mental health symptoms January 11, 2019Three common drugs typically prescribed for cardiovascular problems or diabetes could also help fight the symptoms of severe mental health conditions.
- Orgasmic dysfunction: Everything you need to know January 7, 2019Orgasmic dysfunction is when a person cannot orgasm despite feeling sufficiently sexually aroused. In this article, we cover the causes, symptoms, and possible treatments.
- Bullying alters brain structure, raises risk of mental health problems January 6, 2019A recent study demonstrates that being bullied can have long-lasting effects on the structure of the brain, raising the risk of mental health problems.
- Insomnia breakthrough: Scientists identify 5 types January 17, 2019