Psychology Around the Net: January 13, 2018

Happy Saturday, sweet readers! This week’s Psychology Around the Net has the latest in Apple investors calling on the company

Emotional Incest: When Is Close Too Close?

Emotional incest is not sexual. Instead, this type of unhealthy emotional interaction blurs the boundaries between adult and child in

Starting School Early Affects Educational Attainment

A singular cutoff point for school entry results in age differences between children of the same grade. In many school

7 Ways Couples Can Connect After Kids

Having kids is miraculous and meaningful. And it also tends to disrupt a couple’s emotional connection and sink their relationship

Your Autistic Teen and Family Holiday Gatherings

Little kids with autism grow to be teens with autism. As is true with all adolescents, pressures both inside their

6 Expert Tactics for Talking with Kids in Multiple Situations

Parents talk to their kids a lot. In a single day, they can issue a multitude of instructions, orders and

What Does Conduct Disorder Look Like?

A conduct disorder involves both behavioral and emotional problems found in children who do not adhere to what is socially

Parenting Fails that Won’t Doom Your Kids Life

Parenting is really tough and despite our best intentions, no parent gets it completely right 100% of the time. When

How Parents Can Overcome the Consumerism Trap This Holiday Season

Consumerism and materialism can be challenging for parents as the holiday season is approaching. Many people experience pressure to buy