Depiction of Jealousy
I was intrigued by the cover of the latest issue of Psychology Today featuring the article: "Jealousy What It Really Tells You", however, I found myself disappointed when seeing that all of the images depicting jealousy were of women, and not even a range of diverse women, only of white women. The article states: "Although research indicates that men and women experience jealousy with roughly equal frequency and intensity, Buss says [ a professor of psychology at the Universi
Kids: Behavioral Problems or Poor Sleep?
With autumn's leaves in their full glory, summer can feel like a distant memory, yet some parents still struggle with regaining control over a structured bedtime at a reasonable hour on a school night. The struggle of bedtime is real for many parents, yet the importance of sleep for a developing child cannot be overlooked. Research points to sleep as a major contributor of a child's ability to emotionally regulate and an important factor when considering behavioral problems.
What Our Sons Are Learning From Donald Trump
I am wary to have the first post on this blog be on the topic of Donald Trump, because we all know that he is not worthy of the honor. However, being that the last presidential debate is tonight, and despite wanting to abstain from politics in this blog, it feels relevant and warranted to share this article. A nation-wide debate surrounding Trump's "locker room talk" has unfolded, with many influential figures, such as Michelle Obama, weighing in. Research indicates that boys