Some amount of stress is often a part of work, but too much stress can start to interfere with people’s ability to get their work done. An important question is under what conditions stress begins to derail people’s work lives.
From getting married to buying homes, millennials are accused of doing everything later. But that’s not true when it comes to having life crises. As the rise of the term “quarter-life” crisis suggests, having life crises is something millennials seem
One of the things about alcohol is that where and how you consume it matters a great deal. Having a beer with a friend? Generally a fun and healthy thing to do. Having a beer while driving? A horrible idea.
Once a narcissist always a narcissist? That is, more or less, the question that researchers asked in a study that tracked people’s levels of narcissism from age 18 to 41. Although we sometimes talk about “narcissists” as if they’re a
College presents all sorts of new challenges for young adults, and those are compounded when mental health conditions like depression enter the picture. Providing resources early on for college students at risk of depression might help counteract future damage to
We think of “parenting” as something that’s done for children, but of course you don’t simply stop being a parent the moment your children reach adulthood. The quality of a parent-child relationship can make a real difference for emerging adults,
Over the course of their teenage and young adult years, people tend to face all kinds of challenging and stressful situations. How teens and young adults cope with the problems and new experiences they encounter may be key to their
I’ve got some good and bad news for all the anxious people out there. As an anxious person myself, I know that anxious people will naturally want to know the bad news first, so I’ll start with that. Bad news:
Are narcissists born or made? As with most psychological traits, the answer is probably: both, to some extent (although we’re not sure what extent). Under evidence for “made,” though, you can add the results of a recent study published in
No one likes being rejected. In many situations, though, our ability to build fulfilling relationships depends on being able to get past our fear of rejection. As it turns out, sensitivity to rejection isn’t a fixed trait. You might find