Archive | November, 2017


26 Nov

Ecuador scored first as the world’s most empathetic country; the USA scored 7th; and Lithuania scored last of the 63. (In brief. Empathy around the world. Monitor on Psychology, 2017, January, p. 12)


23 Nov

Happy Thanksgiving!


19 Nov

Men feel more romantically secure when they have grown up in warm families. (In brief. A lifetime of warmth. Monitor on Psychology, 2017, January, p. 11-12)


12 Nov

Older woman who drink more than 2 or 3 cups of coffee a day are less likely to develop dementia. (In brief, Coffee lovers, drink up. Monitor on Psychology, 2017, January, p.9) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy .com


7 Nov

Joe Ancis: The only normal people are the ones you don’t know very well.


5 Nov

Exercise impacts depression in several ways: strengthens biochemical stress- resilience, grows new brain cells, increases self-esteem, and perhaps counterbalances a genetic risk for mental illness. For the majority of people with mild to moderate depression, exercise is one of the most effective treatments. (Jabr, F. Headstrong. Scientific American Mind, 2017, 28(1), p. 26-31)


2 Nov

Brendon Behan: At the inner most core of all loneliness is a deep and powerful yearning for union with one’s lost self.