Research Shows 10 Minutes of Journaling Can Help Reduce Stress

How Journaling Helps Reduce Stress A few months ago I was watching PBS NOVA and came across a segment describing Sian Beilock’s research, a professor at the University of...
What is gaslighting? In this episode of the Psych Bytes podcast, we define, provide examples, and share practical tips to overcome gaslighting.

Gaslighting, Narcissism, and The Cluster of F**ks

In this episode of the Psych Bytes podcast, Dr. Craig Pohlman and Jennifer Fights, LPC, talk about...
The New Year's Resolution diet craze is all around us. The diet industry loves this time of year. We have proven why diets do not work...

New Year, New You? Why Your New Year’s Resolution Diet Won’t Work

So the new year is here, welcome 2020! Here we go again with loads of people setting their New Year’s resolutions. And of course the diet craze is all...
What if we stopped hustling for perfection and practiced gratitude for the little things? Let's not miss the beauty right in front of us.

New Year, New Hustle: 5 Self-Improvement Tips for 2020

As the new year continues to settle in, social media continues to remind us how everyone was #blessed during 2019. How so?? Posts full of lavish weddings, large groups of friends on...
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When Did “I Can’t Remember Your Name” Become Sexy? Now!

How old is too old? And, is there ever a “too-old-age” for 2nd chances, restarting a career, or even starting up a new one? Meet Pennsylvania retirement community buddies, Alan...
We're aware that you might have questions about Chanukah that you've never been able to ask. Don't worry, we are here to help you out! - Cyma Shapiro

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Chanukah, But Were Too Afraid to Ask

In a country like America (the quintessential melting pot of the world), it especially behooves us to approach this often magical holiday season of Chanukah, Christmas and Kwanzaa with an (even greater)...
Certain times of the year can be challenging and could lead us feeling stressed. Here are some ways to move from surviving to thriving this holiday season.

Principles for Moving from Surviving to Thriving This Holiday Season

Certain times of the year can be challenging and could lead us feeling depressed, anxious and stressed. Seasons, holidays, and certain times of the year can potentially be triggering.
The holidays can be a demanding time for those who are less social. With that being said, I've created the introvert's guide to survive the holidays!

An Introvert’s Guide to Surviving the Holiday Season

Ah, the holiday season is upon us. The holidays can be a time of great hustle and bustle as everyone prepares for many of the things that come with this time of year including shopping, traveling, invitations...
Gaslighting is manipulative behavior used by someone attempting to undermine another person’s reality. Let's discuss gaslighting in romantic relationships.

5 Warning Signs of Gaslighting in Romantic Relationships

A healthy relationship can be one of the most exciting and fulfilling aspects of our lives. Most adults desire an intimate relationship with a loving partner, but not all relationships are easy....
This time of year, many interfaith families begin the dance of Hanukkah and Christmas. Susan Katz Miller created a resource The Interfaith Family Journal...

8 Ways to a Peaceful December for Interfaith Families (and All of Us)

This time of year, many interfaith families begin the dance of Hanukkah and Christmas. This year, the eight nights of Hanukkah start on the night of Sunday, December 22nd, and then, of...