Articles for Tag: "addiction"

What’s most likely to kill you? You may be surprised 
What’s most likely to kill you? You may be surprised
The CDC recently released a list of the five leading causes of death for Americans, which account for almost two-thirds of all fatalities.
Even one suicide is one too many  Featured
Even one suicide is one too many
Nearly 10 million U.S. adults considered suicide last year and in one age group specifically, the number is growing. Learn more about how to help.
Three tips to cope when the world feels like chaos 
Three tips to cope when the world feels like chaos
It’s hard to turn on the TV without seeing some form of tragedy. How is the negative news affecting your psyche?
Are your work habits connected to other troubling behaviors? 
Are your work habits connected to other troubling behaviors?
If you invest so much time in your job that it impairs other aspects of your life, take note.
Blog: The never-ending search for perfection  Featured
Blog: The never-ending search for perfection
A psychologist shares tips to help deal with the struggle of constantly trying to be flawless.
Are you a shopaholic?  Featured
Are you a shopaholic?
A seven-question test may help determine if your shopping habit is more of a problem than just retail therapy.
How cell phones are ruining relationships 
How cell phones are ruining relationships
The phenomenon known as “phubbing” is causing conflict among couples.