Mrs. Efferson has an M.S. in speech language pathology, and an M.S. in counseling psychology. She writes on mental health issues, and is a therapist in east Tennessee.
If so many Americans think Donald Trump is the cure, what do they think is the disease?
James Cameron took Ridley Scott’s perfect science fiction thriller and made it into a military action flick.
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.
As genocide studies reveal, we are all capable of justifying and committing extreme evil under the right circumstances.
The replication crisis calls into question the entire process by which psychology research arrives at results—and all the laws based that research.
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.
Recent history tells us that Hillary Clinton’s suggestion that religious beliefs will change to accommodate abortion is entirely plausible.
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