What We Know About Near Death Experiences

What We Know About Near Death Experiences

If those who have had a pleasant NDE find it hard to share their experience, then people are even less likely to report a distressing one for fear of what they think it says about them or that others might judge them negatively.

More Than “Just Friends?” Here's How to Find Out

More Than “Just Friends?” Here's How to Find Out

Burgoon in a piece aptly entitled, “We Never Talk about That,” found that heterosexual partners in cross-sex friendships experienced a higher degree of relational uncertainty and were less likely to discuss relational issues than couples who were dating.[i] They note that Uncertainty Reduction Theory (URT) proposes that people desire to reduce uncertainty, and high levels of uncertainty are linked with relational dissatisfaction.

Wonder if You Are More Than “Just Friends?” How to Find Out

Wonder if You Are More Than “Just Friends?” How to Find Out

Burgoon in a piece aptly entitled, “We Never Talk about That,” found that partners in cross-sex friendships experienced a higher degree of relational uncertainty, and were less likely to discuss relational issues than couples who were dating.[i] They note that Uncertainty Reduction Theory (URT) proposes that people desire to reduce uncertainty, and high levels of uncertainty are linked with relational dissatisfaction.

Helping Perfectionist Kids Learn to Tolerate Mistakes

Helping Perfectionist Kids Learn to Tolerate Mistakes

Tell your child, some kids only want to work in the Too Easy zone because they’re afraid of making mistakes.

When Nightmares Disturb More Than Sleep

When Nightmares Disturb More Than Sleep

The Garden of Earthly Delights Source: Hieronymus Bosch [Public domain] Several years ago, while visiting Madrid, I had the opportunity to visit the Prado Museum , one of the finest art museums in the world.

Technovoidance: Managing Difficult Feelings with Devices

Technovoidance: Managing Difficult Feelings with Devices

However, given the ubiquity of devices, I am saying that children are becoming increasingly reliant on smart phones and tablets to manage difficult emotions and feelings.