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Jan 28, 2022 @ 1:00 am

Dark Days: Dealing with Seasonal Affective Disorder

The winter months can be hard. Short days, long nights, cold weather, and shoveling metric tons of snow can all be demoralizing—especially when the snow falls again a day or two later. It’s...

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The winter months can be hard. Short days, long nights, cold weather, and shoveling metric tons of snow can all be demoralizing—especially when the snow falls again a day or two later. It’s...

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Dec 31, 2021 @ 1:13 am

This Next Year, Let’s Be Gentle

As we trudge into our third year of the pandemic, we’re also limping into a brand-new calendar year—and many of us are thinking of making New Year’s resolutions. But as we struggle to...

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As we trudge into our third year of the pandemic, we’re also limping into a brand-new calendar year—and many of us are thinking of making New Year’s resolutions. But as we struggle to...

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Dec 29, 2021 @ 1:00 am

How Are We Doing? Time for a Check-Up

Here we are, facing new waves of COVID-19 with a healthcare system already under heavy strain. And it has to be acknowledged… people are tired. Tired of restrictions, tired of division, and...

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Here we are, facing new waves of COVID-19 with a healthcare system already under heavy strain. And it has to be acknowledged… people are tired. Tired of restrictions, tired of division, and...

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Nov 23, 2021 @ 11:44 pm

“They’re On to Me”: Dealing with Imposter Syndrome

Perhaps you’ve felt it—an overwhelming feeling of dread, doubt, and fear that strikes without warning and leaves you uncertain and shaken. Most often it comes upon us at times when we should...

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Perhaps you’ve felt it—an overwhelming feeling of dread, doubt, and fear that strikes without warning and leaves you uncertain and shaken. Most often it comes upon us at times when we should...

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Oct 28, 2021 @ 12:31 am

Too Big to Be Scary: Our Brains and Climate Change

It’s hard, if not impossible, to think of a greater existential threat to our species than climate change. Wildfires, droughts, crop failures, the slow erosion of the ozone layer, and the melting...

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It’s hard, if not impossible, to think of a greater existential threat to our species than climate change. Wildfires, droughts, crop failures, the slow erosion of the ozone layer, and the melting...

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Oct 03, 2021 @ 10:54 pm

Early Warning Signs of Mental Health Issues in Adolescence

Adolescence is, in general, a challenging time even for the most privileged of youths. Hormones, physical and psychological development, and changing social relationships all contribute to a time of...

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Adolescence is, in general, a challenging time even for the most privileged of youths. Hormones, physical and psychological development, and changing social relationships all contribute to a time of...

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Aug 25, 2021 @ 4:13 pm

Doing Good: The Psychological Origins of Altruism

When we think of how our species evolved on this planet, Darwin’s famous maxim—“survival of the fittest”—comes to mind. One of the hallmarks of evolution is this idea, that the...

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When we think of how our species evolved on this planet, Darwin’s famous maxim—“survival of the fittest”—comes to mind. One of the hallmarks of evolution is this idea, that the...

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Jul 31, 2021 @ 2:18 pm

How I Became an Exvangelical

Once upon a time, long ago, I went to church. My family went to church every week without fail and I liked church as a young child. I felt safe and close to holiness, even if I didn’t recognize...

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Once upon a time, long ago, I went to church. My family went to church every week without fail and I liked church as a young child. I felt safe and close to holiness, even if I didn’t recognize...

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