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8 Tips to Survive Your Office Holiday Party

Second in the series on prickly holiday situations at work. Liane Davey Ph.D. The Holiday Party Does the mention of the office holiday party evoke fond memories of fun celebrations or horrific flashbacks of career-limiting moves (your own or your colleagues')? Holiday parties can be great for morale if you're less naughty and more nice.… Continue reading 8 Tips to Survive Your Office Holiday Party

Christmas Gifts That Unwrap the Giftedness of ADHD

Tips for Buying Gifts that Help Transform Attention Deficits into Assets Shane Perrault Ph.D. Christmas is a special time of year. Yes, even Santa knows parenting a child with ADHD requires special attention. While children with Attention Deficits do not come with a manual, here is a proven “3 Step Strategy” that will help empower… Continue reading Christmas Gifts That Unwrap the Giftedness of ADHD

Addiction during the holidays: Recovered or not, it’s important to be prepared

How can those struggling with addiction stay safe during the holidays? Adi Jaffe Ph.D. The holidays are a stressful time for everyone. Between gift-giving, travel, and keeping up with all parts of the ever-complicated modern family unit, nearly anyone can find themselves driven towards the nearest coping mechanism, whatever that may be. However, for recovering… Continue reading Addiction during the holidays: Recovered or not, it’s important to be prepared

The Number-One Way to Overcome Infidelity

Couples who are able to move past infidelity have one important trait in common. Wendy L. Patrick, Ph.D Source: Lopolo/Shutterstock   Obviously, there are many types of relationship transgressions of varying severity, and different types of transgressions mean very different things. Forgetting to pick up bread and milk at the store on the way home is… Continue reading The Number-One Way to Overcome Infidelity