Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Lets begin! 1) How to Develop Better Habits in 2019 Just about everyone wants to cultivate better habits. The problem is, very few of us want to do the work to make those habits a reality. We hope they will magically develop, that one … More “How to Develop Better Habits in 2019” AND More on Best 5 Friday Reads
Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Lets begin! 1) Wired that way: genes do shape behaviours but it’s complicated Many of our psychological traits are innate in origin. There is overwhelming evidence from twin, family and general population studies that all manner of personality traits, as well as things such as … More “Genes Do Shape Behaviours But It’s Complicated” AND More on Best 5 Friday Reads
Hello! I hope you guys had a nice and refreshing weekend. Lets start our busy week ahead with Best of 5 Reads 🙂 1) Mental Illness and Gun Violence: Disrupting the Narrative Mental illness receives prominent attention in the U.S. dialogue on gun violence, despite evidence showing that most people with mental illness are never … More “Mental Illness and Gun Violence: Disrupting the Narrative” AND More on Best 5 Monday Reads
Is it a disorder to be diagnosed, or an experience to be celebrated? To know more about this paradox and brief history of Autism, read the article here. What’s your opinion on this paradox readers? Looking forward to read your comments.
Hello! Today we will discussing the importance of taking psychiatric history from pregnant women, side effects of antipsychotics in pregnant women, dangers of so called “technotherapy”, A story on importance of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and more! 1) Familiality of Psychiatric Disorders and Risk of Postpartum Psychiatric Episodes: A Population-Based Cohort Study Family history of psychiatric … More “It is what it is” is this phrase a great psychology power tool? AND more on Best 5 Tuesday Reads