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Wit

28 Oct

Jacques Derrida: If things were simple, word would have gotten around. http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Relationships

25 Oct

de Saint-Exupery: Love does not consist in gazing at each other but in looking outward together in the same direction.

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Parenting

14 Oct

The Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics reported that time-outs as discipline does not harm the children or their relationships with their parents. (In brief. Time-outs are OK. Monitor on Psychology, 2020, 51(1), p. 16) http://www.finebetrgpsychotherapy.com

Relationships

10 Oct

A study showed that 39% of couples met online and 38% met through friends. (In brief, How did you meet? Monitor on Psychology, 2020,, 51(1), p. 16) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Wisdom

2 Oct

Edward Abbey: An empty man is full of himself. http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Optimism

27 Sep

A recent study found that optimists may live 15% longer than pessimists. (In brief. Look on the bright side. Monitor on Psychology, 2020, 51(1), p. 14) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Wit

24 Sep

Eleanor Roosevelt: You wouldn’t worry so much about what others think of you if you realized how seldom they do. http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Relationships

19 Sep

A study in the Journal of Personality sampled 2477 college students from around the world and asked which of many qualities they value most in a hypothetical ideal long term partner Across the board, the answer was “kindness.” http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Wit

16 Sep

Jean Kerr: I’m tired of all this nonsense about beauty being only skin deep. That’s deep enough. What do you want, an adorable pancreas? http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Cognition and Partisanship

11 Sep

A study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology found that subjects who were extremely attached to either the Democratic or Republican party showed greater mental rigidity on cognitive tests than those who were moderately or weekly attached to either party. (In brief. What’s behind extreme partisanship? Monitor on Psychology, 2020, 51(1), pp.13-14) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com