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10 Ways To Get Through Election Day When Your Mate Is Also Your Political Enemy

Election tension is boiling over; it seems like everyone from the office blowhard to the person in front of you at the post office is spouting off opinions that make your blood boil. But what happens when the one disagreeing with you shares your bedroom? Here are 10 tips to help you make it through…

By: Andrea Bonior, Ph.D / November 5, 2012

7 New Year’s Resolutions Not To Make

Every year, the majority of us -- stemming from the most noble of intentions, or the most nauseating of eggnog overindulgence -- declare our desire to start anew and totally revise our lives. For most of us, though, Groundhog Day brings not just an excuse to settle in with a Bill Murray movie, but the…

By: Andrea Bonior, Ph.D / January 1, 2012

Handle It: Seven Things To Do When You’re Really, Really Angry

We’ve all had those moments. First, you feel your face start to tingle, then your heart begins to pound, and then you ball up your fists and feel like kicking a wall (or at least tearing to shreds that “service agreement” that after three weeks brought you no service at all.) Anger can be powerful--…

By: Andrea Bonior, Ph.D / January 13, 2009

Eight Signs Your Man Might Be Depressed

Though the stigma is lessening, men are still far more likely than women to let their depression go untreated. Blame it on Rambo, Brando, or the lure of the martini, but many guys still aren’t getting the help they need. As the traditionally stressful, dark days of winter set in, here are some signs that…

By: Andrea Bonior, Ph.D / December 3, 2008