Psychology Magazine


  • Denial of Our Past

    Denial Past

    Eating Disorder Recovery: Overcoming Denial of Your PastIndividuals with an eating disorder or disordered eating are often unaware of the source of their pain. Read more

    The 03 April 2014 by   Survivingana
  • It Happens in the Best of Families

    Happens Best Families

    It is extremely difficult for a teenager to have to deal with a mentally ill brother. As much as they may love him, they find his behaviour embarrassing, and... Read more

    The 28 April 2014 by   Gran13
  • You Are Not Alone!


    I used to look at those happy faces when I was out and wonder…are their smiles real? Read more

    The 15 April 2014 by   Darcsunshine
  • Peaches Geldof

    Peaches Geldof

    I wanted to take a moment to remember Peaches GeldofShe was found dead at her home in Kent on Monday in a scene that echoed the death of her mother Paula... Read more

    The 13 April 2014 by   Rubytuesday
  • Social Anxiety Disorder and Its Impact on Building Relationships

    Social Anxiety Disorder Impact Building Relationships

    Originally posted on All that I am, all that I ever was...: The reason that I have no friends is simple. I’m just not a good enough human being to have people i... Read more

    The 21 April 2014 by   Darcsunshine
  • Should Judgments of Others Be Based on a Personal Trait?

    Should Judgments Others Based Personal Trait?

    Our observations of other people are usually based on a personal trait and unfortunately, this is an all too common an experience for a person who has a mental... Read more

    The 11 April 2014 by   Gran13
  • Today I Choose …

    Today Choose

    Originally posted on More Than Skin Deep~a self harm awareness project: Today I choose life. Every morning when I wake up I can choose joy, happiness,... Read more

    The 08 April 2014 by   Darcsunshine
  • One of the Best Docs Around

    Best Docs Around

    “I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Read more

    The 03 April 2014 by   Darcsunshine
  • Training Emotions - a Brief Video from The Brain Club

    Training Emotions Brief Video from Brain Club

    I received an email recently from "The Brain Club" pointing me to the series of brief video presentations they are developing over time. I thought the... Read more

    The 17 April 2014 by   Deric Bownds
  • How to Miss the Point: A Guide to Dimwitted Discourse

    agholdier:My good (and brilliant) friend Sarah Geis gives seventeen excellent methods here to ensure that you may come off looking as foolish as possible from... Read more

    The 25 April 2014 by   Agholdier

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