You did it. You freed yourself from that one thing that was holding you back. Now what?
Because just turning your brain off isn't the same as relaxing.
One of the most devastating things that can happen to you. We talk with relationship experts on how to move forward.
We all have our highs and lows. In times of stress, anxiety, or exhaustion, we are quick to forgive ourselves for being less than awesome. But the twisted reality is that when times are the worst, ... [more]
When our self-worth is centered entirely on succeeding, we become paralyzed by the possibility of failure. To ever really succeed, we have to learn to see "attempting" as the true success.
If you don't control your mind, you are a victim of it. Meditation has endured over thousands of years, with no shortage of scientific studies confirming its effectiveness.
An action plan to finally kill your anxiety and stop sucking on the phone.
The ability to portray confidence and connect with others is a skill, not a personality trait.
Jack Busch, like so many people our age, hates talking on the phone. But he's come to realize his phone phobia is holding him back at work and in his social life. He's made a commitment to conquering ... [more]
It's time we make a course correction.
Ever feel like your life looks great on paper, but for some reason it feels like something's missing?
Breaking up really is hard to do. Few life events can cause as much upheaval and pain as ending a relationship with someone you cared about. Whether you’re the breaker or the breakee, odds are you ... [more]
It doesn't have to be this way.
Has it ever occurred to you that maybe it's them, not you?
No matter what anyone says, or what unforeseen events happen, how you feel is up to only one thing: How you respond.
Every time you're feeling down, pick up your phone.
Focus on being happy, just for today. Then do it again tomorrow.
Having a routine can help make your life easy. It can also make you very, very unhappy.
When we don't train for the surprisingly strenuous task of controlling our own thoughts and emotions, we can't enforce any control over our attention, our reactions, and how we perceive our lives.
Many guys don't think they can be an "alpha male" because they're not arrogant jerks. There is another way.
Life isn't a test, it's a lesson.
We find ourselves in a funny situation these days: We say "yes" to all the annoying schedule stretching requests, but say "no" to all the things that will help us grow as individuals.
Your life is as you perceive it. Don't choose fear.
Relationships, especially at this time in our life, can be a mess. Psychotherapist Steven Bernstein reflects on what he's learned.