Research Confirms That Men Are, In Fact, Idiots
An investigation of winners of the Darwin Award, which highlights extreme, foolish risk-taking behavior, compared the frequency of "winners" who are male vs. female. The study found a statistically significant greater number of men than women among the winners. Researchers say the findings confirm "Male Idiot Theory."read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 21, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Douglas LaBier, Ph.D. Tags: Gender Personality Psychiatry Self-Help gender differences Personality quirks risk-taking social behavior Source Type: news

The Heart of Effective Leadership
Research sheds light on three surprising qualities of a successful leader.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 21, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Barbara Markway, Ph.D. Tags: Happiness Personality Relationships Work behavioral change emotional intelligence leadership empathy genuineness motivation success warmth Source Type: news

Did the Quiz Help You Determine Your Tendency?
I’m very gratified that so many thousands of people have taken the quiz — and even more gratified by the notes at the end. The comments are fascinating.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 20, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Gretchen Rubin Tags: Happiness Personality Better than Before habits Self-Knowledge Strategy of Four Tendencies Source Type: news

Others All Good or All Bad: A Splitting Headache
Ever since they were first described by psychoanalysts, people with borderline personality disorder were presumed to be incapable of seeing both the good and bad in other people simultaneously. While they can indeed act that way, they are actually superb judges of character. They are also thought of as being manipulative, which requires that very ability.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 20, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: David M. Allen, M.D. Tags: Child Development Personality Relationships Borderline Personality Disorder defense mechanisms Marsha Linehan otto kernberg psychoanalysis social psychology splitting Source Type: news

Narcissists Use Fewer Facebook Privacy Settings
Narcissists use fewer Facebook privacy settings. After all, who wouldn't want to know everything about them?read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 20, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Jennifer Golbeck, Ph.D. Tags: Personality Facebook narcissism privacy social media Source Type: news

New Year, Same You
Keeping up with New Year's resolutions require an active change in thinking and behavior. Apply these seven skills to get one step closer to your annual goals. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 19, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Helen M. Farrell, M.D. Tags: Happiness Personality Self-Help Social Life resolutions; goals; behavior; thoughts; self-help Source Type: news

The One Conversation Introvert-Extrovert Couples Should Have
Introverts and extroverts may approach conflict differently, but knowing each other's style can pave the way to effective conflict management in relationships.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 19, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Sophia Dembling Tags: Personality Relationships anger avoiding conflict dating difficult conversations fights getting serious in a relationship Gottman how to fight how to handle problems husband John Gottman living together long-term relationships Source Type: news

Who Uses Their Head and Who Listens to Their Heart?
Whether a person identifies with their head or their heart can say a lot about their personality. Are people in their heads really smarter than those in their hearts? The head/heart distinction might reveal something about how personality and intelligence are related. Shifting a person's attention between the head or the heart might change the way they think and behave. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 19, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Scott A. McGreal, MSc. Tags: Intelligence Personality agreeableness behavioral priming head heart Source Type: news

Libido & Conversing: What Transsexuals Can Teach Heteros
How much do you desire sex and conversation? Transsexuals show us that sex hormones play a big role in both of these needs.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 18, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Michael Castleman, M.A. Tags: Gender Personality Relationships Sex transsexuality Source Type: news

6 Reasons You Can't Win
Will the partnership between Man and Machine end in our demise, or is this the beginning of a beautiful friendship?read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 18, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Robert W. Fuller, Ph.D. Tags: Behavioral Economics Creativity Education Ethics and Morality Evolutionary Psychology Happiness Neuroscience Personality Philosophy Social Life Spirituality ai artificial intelligence brain dignity existenial neurophilsophy Source Type: news

Perfectionism?
Can you avoid making mistakes or can you avoid your inner critic?read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 16, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Beverly Engel, L.M.F.T. Tags: Personality inner critic inner voice negative messages nurturing inner voice perfectionism ugly head Source Type: news

Everyday Bipolar Disorder and Order
We're all a little bipolar, motivated in opposite directions. Healthier, more trustworthy people own their ambivalences. Here are some tips on how to do it.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 16, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Jeremy E. Sherman, Ph.D. Tags: Personality Relationships Self-Help Social Life Source Type: news

Is There a Single Dimension of Mental Illness?
A new study finds evidence for a “p factor” that cuts across a wide number of different psychiatric diagnoses. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 15, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: David Rettew, M.D. Tags: Intelligence Neuroscience Personality Psychiatry Source Type: news

Don’t Let Your Anger “Mature” Into Bitterness
All bitterness starts out as hurt. And your emotional pain may well relate to viewing whomever, or whatever, provoked this hurt as having malicious intent: as committing a grave injustice toward you, as gratuitously wronging you and causing you grief. For righteous anger is what we’re all likely to experience whenever we conclude that another has seriously abused us. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 14, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Leon F. Seltzer, Ph.D. Tags: Personality Relationships Self-Help Stress anger bitterness Forgiveness injustice rage resentment righteousness vindictiveness Source Type: news

Computers Judge Personality Better Than People Do
New research shows that a simple algorithm adding up your Facebook Likes can actually assess your soul better than your soulmate can.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 12, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Matthew Hutson Tags: Media Personality Relationships Social Life Facebook privacy Source Type: news

The Keys to Rewarding Relationships
Relationships can be difficult and navigating them can be frustrating. Understanding how your emotional system is wired, how and why you pick up on or ignore threats of social rejection, and how your emotions and thoughts influence each other and your behaviors, you can consciously choose how to act in your social interactions and have the kinds of experiences you deserve.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 9, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Hal Shorey, Ph.D. Tags: Personality Relationships Self-Help Social Life anxiety attachment theory emotion regulation positive psychology rejection self-control self-fulfilling prophecies social behavior thought process Source Type: news

The Paradoxical Power of Humility
Humility is about emotional neutrality. It involves an experience of growth in which you no longer need to put yourself above others, but you don’t put yourself below them, either. Everyone is your peer – from the most “important” person to the least. You’re just as valuable as every other human being on the planet, no more and no less.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 9, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Karl Albrecht, Ph.D. Tags: Happiness Personality Relationships Social Life humility karl albrecht self esteem Source Type: news

Are Selfies a Sign of Narcissism and Psychopathy?
There has been a lot of talk about selfies in the media. But psychologists know surprisingly little about the effects of selfies or about the people who post them. A new study examines the relationship between selfie-posting, photo-editing and personality. Are people who post selfies narcissistic and psychopathic, or self-objectifying, or both? read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 8, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Gwendolyn Seidman, Ph.D. Tags: Media Personality Relationships dark triad Dark Triad of Personality Facebook narcissism photographs psychopathy self-esteem self-objectification self-presentation selfie selfies social media social networking websites Source Type: news

Allahu Akbar! A Psychological Abstract for Mass Murder?
Psychological abstracts are phrases shouted loudly and with great emotion prior to a mass murder by many perpetrators. They convey the conscious rationale for the act, which typically masks other, more personal motivations. "Allahu Akbar!" is such an abstract for violent jihadists, but is an authoritarian perversion of a peaceful and personal religious utterance.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 8, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: J. Reid Meloy, Ph.D. Tags: Law and Crime Personality Source Type: news

How to Win
Smart effort is a good thing. It might well win Urban Meyer another national championship. But he learned the hard way that bottomless, pull-your-hair-out effort produces more stress than success.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 8, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: David Niven, Ph.D. Tags: Personality Self-Help Sport and Competition Work effort Football stress success Source Type: news

Want to Be a Nicer Person? Read a Novel
Can the act of reading literature change our personality?read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 8, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristine Anthis, Ph.D. Tags: Happiness Personality book emotional intelligence identity literature novel reading Source Type: news

A Call for Heroic Leadership
As a leadership consultant, I often use a writing tool called the Hero’s Journey to explain the epic adventures that await leaders as they tackle tough challenges and opportunities to achieve greatness for their organizations. This is a brief overview of how the Hero’s Journey plays out in business and professional life. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 8, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kathy Cramer, Ph.D. Tags: Personality Procrastination Resilience Work asset-based thinking cause courage Hero ' s Journey heroic leadership lead positive leadership styles optimism vision Source Type: news

Everyday Sociopathy: Is Your Friend Passive-Exploitive?
Sociopaths are rare. Passive exploitives are everywhere, maybe in your own home, even in your own bed.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 7, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Jeremy E. Sherman, Ph.D. Tags: Behavioral Economics Education Ethics and Morality Personality Source Type: news

7 Tips for Applying to a Psychology PhD Program
the unwritten, behind the scenes wisdom for getting into graduate school. share these tips with anyone you know applying to a PhD program in (clinical) psychology.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 7, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Todd B. Kashdan, Ph.D. Tags: Happiness Personality Source Type: news

The Thin Line Between Love and Hate
It often seems that a thin line exists between love and hate, and now scientists think they know why. Brain scans of people shown images of individuals they hated revealed a pattern of brain activity that partly occurs in areas also activated by romantic love. This linkage may account for why love and hate are so closely linked to each other in life.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 7, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Randi Kreger Tags: Neuroscience Personality Source Type: news

The Surprising Way That Reading Can Change Your Personality
The myth that personality becomes set in stone early in life persists despite growing evidence that change is possible, and occurs throughout life. New research suggests a simple, and surprising way to jump start the process. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 6, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D. Tags: Creativity Happiness Personality Relationships artistic expression empathy fiction introversion narrative neuroticis openness to experience reading self-exploration theory of mind Source Type: news

On Being the Main Character of Your Own Life
Many elderly people have lost their improvisational abilities, and reciting lines is the only kind of participation they can still muster.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 6, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Michael Karson, Ph.D., J.D. Tags: Aging Personality Relationships Therapy Source Type: news

Introverts Looking For Love: Let Your Gentle Light Shine
It's easy for introverts to image they're invisible amidst the razzle-dazzle of extroverts. But we're not; we put out our own warm glow.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 6, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Sophia Dembling Tags: Personality Relationships Social Life awkwardness bubbly dating deep thoughts extroverts good listener high school introversion introverts introverts best features introverts in love nobody notices me outgoing secret crush Source Type: news

Let’s Redefine the Word “Introvert”
What does the word “introvert” mean to you? You can find various stripes of definitions, many of which are anchored by the work of Carl Jung, in the introvert literature that has become increasingly popular over the past 10+ years. Despite that, you can also find dictionary definitions with entirely different meanings—some of which further the stigma around introversion.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 6, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Nancy Ancowitz Tags: Personality Work Cambridge Dictionaries Online Dear definition google introvert Introvertology Jenn Granneman redefine Thea Orozco Source Type: news

Listening to Your Vocational Voice
When is it time to follow your true self? How do you know if your calling awaits you? What are you to do when you're at a career crossroads in life? Learning to listen to your vocational voice is difficult amidst the din of daily life, but if you want to thrive then you'll find ways to discern your calling.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 5, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Sam Louie, MA, LMHC Tags: Happiness Personality Self-Help Work calling career life vocation Source Type: news

A Simple Formula for Getting Noticed & Getting Laughs
Whether you're a speaker, a comedian, a psychologist, or the counter person at a McDonald's -- there's one thing you can do to take all your interactions to the next level, get laughs and get noticed. Read on to find out what that is...read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 5, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Judy Carter Tags: Creativity Happiness Personality Relationships judy carter peaking tips public speaking standup comedianshow to get laughs The Message of You Source Type: news

Self-help, Self-love, Selfie: What Is a Self Anyway?
We care about our selves a whole lot, and yet for all that care, we're fuzzy and tangled about what a self is. Here's an inventory of the fuzz and my best guess at how to untangle it. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 5, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Jeremy E. Sherman, Ph.D. Tags: Animal Behavior Evolutionary Psychology Personality Self-Help Source Type: news

Can Personality Help You Live Longer?
One of the main traits in the Five Factor Model of Personality, conscientiousness is linked to goal direction and being less likely to give in to spontaneous impulses. That can be important when it comes to sticking to a regular exercise schedule or diet as well as avoiding unhealthy lifestyle choices such as drinking or smoking. But can it help you live longer?read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 5, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Romeo Vitelli, Ph.D. Tags: Aging Health Personality conscientiousness longevity Source Type: news

One Simple Way for Management to Boost Productivity
It all comes down to: What kind of management actions will place people in the mindset to want to do their productive best for you? read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 2, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Victor Lipman Tags: Behavioral Economics Personality Relationships Work effective management productivity Source Type: news

Peace Is An Achievable Goal
“Peace” is a prevalent theme this time of year. “Peace on Earth”, “World Peace”, etc. are lofty ideals that we aspire to because they connect us with others outside of ourselves. However, neither can ever be achieved without each us first developing “Inner Peace” or “Peace of Mind” - yes, that’s where it all begins!read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - January 1, 2015 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: James Huysman, PsyD, LCSW Tags: Happiness Personality Philosophy Self-Help choices in life self-care; spirituality; resilience; balance Source Type: news

A Foolish, Foolish Man
There are undoubtedly many untold stories about Bill Cosby that have not yet come to light. Here is one of them, about a time when the famous comedian allegedly came on to a high school student.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 31, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Stephen Greenspan, Ph.D. Tags: Ethics and Morality Personality bill cosby Source Type: news

Why We Care About What Other People Think of Us
One of our more enduring social fallacies is the idea that what others think of us actually matters. While this notion clearly has primal evolutionary roots, the shift from survival instinct to social imperative has become one of our greatest obstacles to self-acceptance.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 31, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Michael J. Formica, MS, MA, EdM Tags: Happiness Personality Relationships Self-Help anxiety authentic self authenticity ego ego-self essential nature evolution false self fear Michael J. Formica self-acceptance self-perception sense of place sense of self s Source Type: news

Do Others' Opinions of Us Really Matter?
One of our more enduring social fallacies is the idea that what others think of us actually matters. While this notion clearly has primal evolutionary roots, the shift from survival instinct to social imperative has become one of our greatest obstacles to self-acceptance.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 31, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Michael J. Formica, MS, MA, EdM Tags: Happiness Personality Relationships Self-Help anxiety authentic self authenticity ego ego-self essential nature evolution false self fear Michael J. Formica self-acceptance self-perception sense of place sense of self s Source Type: news

The Good Old Days Made Me Grow
Does nostalgia promote meaning in life and personal growth?read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 30, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Nathan A. Heflick, Ph.D. Tags: Happiness Personality Resilience Self-Help Source Type: news

Checklist: Is Your Partner a Narcissist?
The label narcissist is used loosely these days, typically to indicate someone who is vain and selfish, but the personality disorder and the traits of narcissism run much deeper than this and carry long-term debilitating effects for those involved with narcissists.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 30, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Karyl McBride, Ph.D. Tags: Personality Relationships Self-Help Therapy checklist conned damaging relationship duped emotional abuse hope healing love relationships manipulation narcissism narcissistic partner personality disorder spectrum disorder Source Type: news

A Tale of Three Psychopaths: A Decade Later
Three films in 2005, Lord of War, Match Point, and Capote came out within months of each other and were character studies of American-style sociopathy, the blind hunger to conquer and the emptiness within. They were eerily prescient of the tone of the decade to follow, economic crashes, social media wars, and more. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 30, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Jean Kim, M.D. Tags: Ethics and Morality Law and Crime Media Personality American culture movies psychopathy sociopathy Source Type: news

How Do You Really Know When You’re An Adult?
When you stop and think about yourself, do you feel that you’re truly an adult, or do you still think of yourself as a “kid?” The journey to adulthood begins earlier for some people than others, but there are surprising ways to find out when and how people make this important life transition.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 30, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D. Tags: Happiness Personality Relationships Self-Help archetypes Careers divorce Emerging adulthood identity identity formation Into the Woods parenthood self-identity Source Type: news

The Power of Ambiguity in Family Communication
All languages have a high degree of ambiguity built into them. Any sentence has at least two possible meanings, particularly within the context of a particular relationship. In sensitive family discussions, hiding one's true motives through the use of ambiguous communication is a frequent occurence. Understanding this ambiguity can help uncover crucial family secrets.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 29, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: David M. Allen, M.D. Tags: Personality Relationships ambiguity Deciphering Motivation in Psychotherapy double binds family dysfunction language linguistic pragmatics metacommunication Source Type: news

Do Opposites Really Attract?
Opposites attract, and likes repel. When it comes to magnetism, this principle is axiomatic. But does it also hold true for romantic relationships? New research suggests that when it comes to matters of the heart, well, it's complicated. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 29, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Vinita Mehta, Ph.D., Ed.M. Tags: Personality Relationships attachment Vinita Mehta Source Type: news

Why Sexual Narcissists Make Unfaithful Partners
Narcissists, with their excessive self-focus and desire to satisfy their own needs, might seem to be the least likely to remain faithful to their partners. New research on infidelity and sexual narcissism shows that when it comes to infidelity, it’s the sexual narcissists in particular who tend to stray.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 27, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D. Tags: Happiness Personality Relationships Self-Help entitlement intimacy narcissism relationship tips self-esteem sexual satisfaction sexuality Source Type: news

What's Behind the Way We Make Decisions?
Some people seem to make better decisions than others. Some are better making business decisions but less good with personal issues. Some seem very quick, almost impulsive even with important decisions; while others are slow, deliberate and careful. What are the major dimensions that determine individual differences in decision making?read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 27, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Adrian Furnham, Ph.D. Tags: Personality Work Source Type: news

All the Rage: A Film About Dr Sarno, Emotions, and Health
What do Howard Stern, Larry David, John Stossel, Senator Tom Harkin, and pro-golfer Ben Crane have in common? They all suffered from debilitating pain until they met Dr. John Sarno. All the Rage is a feature film about Sarno and others who are pioneering mind body approaches to treating chronic illness. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 27, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Sharon K. Farber, Ph.D. Tags: Happiness Health Personality Stress Source Type: news

Envy-Empathy: Gifts Within Human Neurocircuitry
Malignant envy is wild desire, what in Eastern perspectives is believed to be responsible for suffering. When envy is modulated and matured, it empowers life positive impulses facilitating knowing, emulation, learning, admiration, feelings of gratitude, and empathy, that is, understanding, respect, and compassion for self and others. read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 25, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Frank J. Ninivaggi, M.D., F.A.P.A. Tags: Happiness Personality Relationships Stress emotional self-regulation Intelligent Optimism parents Source Type: news

Ebenezer Scrooge: The Quintessential Controlling Perfection
Can we still learn something new from this quintessential Christmas story?read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 24, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Alan A. Cavaiola, Ph.D. Tags: Personality Work obsessive compulsive personality disorder Source Type: news

Inspired By Women Warriors
Woman warriors are those who inspire others to become the best they can become. They are pathfinders and those who pave the way for the rest of us navigating our own journey. They are powerful women who we all talk about and aspire to be. At year end, it is a good time to think of all the warriors in our lives.read more (Source: Psychology Today Personality Center)
Source: Psychology Today Personality Center - December 23, 2014 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Diana Raab, Ph.D. Tags: Personality inspiration warriors Source Type: news