You Might Need to Have LESS Self-Control

Linda Carroll on Control

Recent research has discovered that “more” does not always mean “better.” There can be just as many concerns with too much self-control as with too little.

How To Know When Marriage Is Really Over

Though we know many of the qualities and skills that make a great relationship—most of which can be learned—there is no rule book for what makes two people work.

How Brain Chemistry Can Betray You

Linda Carroll on brain chemistry.

Our brain chemistry is a marvel. It informs our moods, our hearts, and our senses. It also can be responsible for wreaking havoc on our lives when we mistake the intensity of our feelings for ultimate truth.

Should You Schedule Time to Worry?

3 Ways to Work Worry in Your Favor

For some people, worrying manifests in the form of problem-solving that spins out of control and leads to anxiety, insomnia, or even panic attacks. Interestingly, others see it as an important part of cognitive functioning.

What Everyone Gets Wrong About Positive Thinking

Positive psychology is a new and important concept, which includes studies on happiness, gratitude journals, and emphasizing strengths rather than weaknesses. But this belief can be emotionally & psychologically harmful.