USA TODAY: Thanksgiving and eating disorders: What to know

By | November 20, 2017

From USA TODAY Thanksgiving and eating disorders: What to know https://usat.ly/2iAzJbF In America, surveys estimate 20 million women and 10 million men will have an eating disorder at some time in their lives, and for many of them Thanksgiving is a precarious time. Gluttony is commercialized, the calories on our plates analyzed and the stories in our news feeds vacillate between sanctioning… Read More »

USA TODAY: When should I let my kid get a phone? A modern parenting Q&A

By | November 20, 2017

From USA TODAY When should I let my kid get a phone? A modern parenting Q&A http://noconow.co/2iukOQn For parents, technology is great. It can keep us organized, connected and up-to-date on everything in our kids’ worlds. It can also present its own problems, especially once our children take their first digital steps.Scott Steinberg, author of the book Parenting High-Tech… Read More »

USA TODAY: Why do younger workers have so much financial stress?

By | November 19, 2017

From USA TODAY Why do younger workers have so much financial stress? https://usat.ly/2jEgeT8 We all experience our share of financial anxiety to varying degrees. But according to a new Schwab study, younger workers are disproportionately affected by money-related stress.An estimated 35% of Millennials experience so much financial stress, in fact, that it impacts their work performance, whereas only… Read More »

USA TODAY: Ex-QB Marinovich finds peace with rehab in desert

By | August 31, 2017

From USA TODAY Ex-QB Marinovich finds peace with rehab in desert http://desert.sn/2et0akO Todd Marinovich has been here before.And that’s in the figurative sense, in need of rehabilitation for a lifelong drug addiction, but also in the literal sense, at a rehab facility in the desert.On Aug. 22, 2016, Marinovich, the former USC quarterback prodigy and NFL player, reached what he called an all-time… Read More »

Psychologist reveals science behind a fulfilling single life: Single people have richer social lives, more psychological growth than married people

By | November 20, 2016

Great article for those enjoying the single life over marriage or long term commitments to others! Dating shows, dating apps — they all strive to make sure none of us end up uncoupled forever. But it turns out many single people embrace their single lives, and are likely to experience more psychological growth and development than married people.… Read More »