A.D.P. Efferson
A.D.P. Efferson
Allysen Efferson
A.D.P. Efferson is a wife and mother of four. She co-hosts Coffee and Markets, and is a contributor at Ricochet. She is currently getting her masters degree in counseling psychology.
Study: Most Americans Think They’re Better Than Everyone Else

Americans have a moral superiority problem. A central feature of moral superiority, also known as ‘self-enhancement,’ is irrational thinking.

4 Tips For Talking With Your Kids About Transgenderism

More and more parents are being put in the unwelcome position of having to discuss adult issues with young children, often without much guidance.

Patricia Heaton Is A Gracious Ambassador For Life

If we want to defend the dignity of human life, we need to show dignity. Patricia Heaton, star on ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ and ‘The Middle,’ demonstrates how.

3 Tips For Surviving Extreme Public Embarrassment

For most of us, recovering from extreme public embarrassment is an ugly, messy process that often requires more than a hardy laugh at one’s own expense.

4 Reasons Most Americans Are Wrong About Spanking

Most Americans think spanking is acceptable, but its negative effects outweigh its positive ones, even when it doesn’t constitute child abuse.

6 Upsides To Donald Trump’s Candidacy

Here is the Internet’s contribution to a positive outlook on the Trump versus Hillary election.

Does Pro-Abortion Rhetoric Harm Women?

The abortion industry uses coercive messaging to encourage conformity among women who have had abortions, and this is incredibly damaging to a woman’s recovery.

These Weird Parrots Show Why We Need Alpha Males

The Kakapo’s evolution is a cautionary tale, and one that the modern dating world would do well to hear.

Why Some People Commit Suicide Without Warning

While knowing the four features of maladaptive perfectionism is not a guarantee you’ll stop someone from suicide in time, it is a start.

The Psychology Behind The Trump Phenomenon

If so many Americans think Donald Trump is the cure, what do they think is the disease?

‘Aliens’ Is Really A War Movie

James Cameron took Ridley Scott’s perfect science fiction thriller and made it into a military action flick.

Some Ways To Cope With Grief During The Holidays

Last Christmas, many times I asked when the pain would end, sometimes through desperate, angry tears. Here are some things that helped me and may help you.

Why Good People Support Planned Parenthood

As genocide studies reveal, we are all capable of justifying and committing extreme evil under the right circumstances.

How Many Laws Are Based On Psychology’s Bad Science?

The replication crisis calls into question the entire process by which psychology research arrives at results—and all the laws based that research.

5 Tips For Handling Government Employees

Logic doesn’t work. Neither does swearing. If you want to get through fifty-four forms and a phalanx of indolent government employees, try this, instead.

Christians Could Acquiesce On Abortion Like They Are On Gay Marriage

Recent history tells us that Hillary Clinton’s suggestion that religious beliefs will change to accommodate abortion is entirely plausible.