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Chelsea Hetherington, PhD
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Set boundaries on your time One way to set boundaries with family during the holidays is to have boundaries around your time, where you...
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The Psychology of Evil: The Lucifer Effect in Action
"In The Lucifer Effect, Zimbardo argues that humans are neither good nor evil. Instead, systemic and situational forces shape...
- Sep 10, 2022
9 Big Dating Red Flags, According to Divorce Attorneys
"Here’s a little-known secret: Divorce attorneys give surprisingly good dating advice, not just legal advice. We recently asked divorce...
- Jun 6, 2022
What Does LGBTttQqIAa+ Mean?
People often use LGBTQ+ to mean all of the communities included in the “LGBTTTQQIAA”: Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Transsexual...
- May 16, 2021
Grief and Loss: Why Reconciliations Are Complex
Natalie D’Annibale, a licensed marriage and family therapist in Los Angeles, tells SurvivorNet that grief is a complex emotion....
Sherry Gaba LCSW
- May 11, 2021
Trauma Bonding, Codependency, and Narcissistic Abuse
The Trauma Bond Trauma bonding is similar to Stockholm Syndrome, in which people held captive come to have feelings of trust or even...