What Is Imposter Syndrome? Impostor syndrome (IS) refers to an internal experience of believing that you are not as competent as others perceive you to be. While this definition is usually narrowly applied to intelligence and achievement, it has links to perfectionism and the social context. To put it simply, imposter syndrome is the experienceContinue reading “Dominique Bond Addresses Imposter Syndrome with Young Black Boys”
Stephan B. Poulter, Ph. D breaks down the blowback of affairs and uncovers some of the hurts beyond the affair itself, tracing the origin of the feelings leftover even months and years after the initial affair. If you’re interested in learning more about addressing the consequences of infidelity and an affair, whether you’ve been onContinue reading “The Power of Disappointment”
Today Jamiere Abney and Charles discuss the fallout in men’s lives as a result of not having mentors and reliable, responsible friendships and colleagues. They’ll also discuss the detrimental silence men display in on-line and off-line conversations and how it creates opportunities for negative outcomes throughout various stages of life.
*The following story may be triggering for some readers.* “I spent five minutes begging him not to do it,” he recalls of the second incident. “I was panicking inside in case he took his own life. Thankfully the police arrived and took him away for the help and support he needed.” After spending most ofContinue reading “FA Cup: Nathan Cartman contemplating taking his own life after saving others”
Parenting can be hard and very emotionally charged. Here are some practical ways to address your child’s negative behavior without becoming unhinged.
Mental health issues for young people around the world may have doubled since the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to the journal “Jama pediatrics.” Researchers surveyed more than 80,000 children and found that one in four exhibited symptoms of depression and one in five were experiencing anxiety. The numbers could continue an upward trend as the pandemicContinue reading “Check in with your returning children”
When we do something we enjoy the brain releases a little bit of dopamine and we feel good. But one of the most important discoveries in the field of neuroscience in the past 75 years is that pleasure and pain are processed in the same parts of the brain and that the brain tries hardContinue reading “Hooked On Pleasure? Try a dopamine fast.”
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There are less and less focus on happy marriages and more focus on other types of intimate relationships. Today Charles and Dr. Stephan Poulter outline a set of practical instructions men can use today to cultivate happier marriages. The instructions are short, direct and void of fantasy ideas or wishful thinking. Be sure to putContinue reading “Build A Happier Marriage”