It’s the time of year for candy, flowers, and cards that prove your affection to your one true love or one-time date Continue reading Be Mine: The Psychology Behind Stalking
When it comes to adult bullies, some are borderline to having a personality disorder, often some type of NPD. They don’t think anything is wrong with them and they continue to hurt those around them. It is not because they are evil, but it is because something, again, isn’t wired right in their minds. Continue reading The Psychology of Adult Bullying
If you’re like me, you’ve come across a plethora of inside jokes circulating the varying forms of social media. More specifically, you’ve come across some good old memes. There’s a new one circulating the internet, and that is #Triggered. Continue reading Triggered: When is a Joke Hurtful?
It’s the season for free candy, horror movie binges, spooky skeletons, and what would Halloween be without the costumes–or the constant appearances of racist and sexist choices of outfits? Now don’t get me wrong, I love dressing up just as much as the next Halloween fanatic (I live for the aesthetic of black cats and bats), but this time of year is notorious for demonizing the mentally ill. Continue reading Criminal Minds: The Truth About Schizophrenia and Psychosis
What does “Neurotypical” mean, you might ask? Well, a nice little clinical definition of it is basically this: Those who do not display autistic/other negative neurological patterns of thought or behavior. For the non-science majors and those who do not have a big vocabulary, it basically means “your brain is okay!” Continue reading Breaking the Silence: The Basics