Do people need psychological protection from material that might evoke strong emotions?
Narcissism has two faces, neither of them attractive. Narcissists have an inflated sense of self-worth, seeing themselves as superior beings who are entitled to special treatment. But that sense of self worth is easily undermined
Bringing mindfulness to the challenges of children can help parents to better enjoy the precious early years
Insights from positive psychology reveal the factors that can help people be happier and more satisfied.
A growing body of evidence reveals feeling happy is linked with better physical and psychological health.
Use of physical restraint in detention settings is outmoded, according to a leading expert, and amounts to a physical assault that would be unacceptable in any other setting.
A strengths-based approach to leadership is more effective than the traditional method of focussing on performance weaknesses. To help organisations grow and thrive we need to tap into people’s strengths.
Advertisers play on emotions and our desire to be part of the in-group, but contrary to what you might think, they’re not trying to make us buy things we don’t want.
Creating associations between food and emotions is easily done but can set up children for a lifetime of unhealthy eating.
Fear of dying – or death anxiety – is often considered to be one of the most common fears. Interestingly though, neither of the two widely used diagnostic psychiatric manuals, DSM-5 or ICD-10, has a specific listing for death anxiety.