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What You See Is What You Get - So Make Sure You Want What You See

What You See Is What You Get - So Make Sure You Want What You See

Most of us would readily admit that our perceptions color how we see.  Did you know that your thoughts and emotions color not just how you see, but what you see, whether you see, and whether you see things that are not even there?  There is a cognitive disorder that we all have, something called “confirmation bias”, which shows up in our everyday judgments.

Online Dating? Don't Forget To Get "Real."
Step away from the computer.

Finding Real-World Success With Online Dating

Online dating can be a great way to meet singles. However, it's easy to become obsessed with logging on and checking out of the "real world." Here's how to refocus your attention on meaningful relationships.

Privacy Can Help When You're Feeling Emotionally Unavailable
It's OK to take time alone when you're healing.

How Privacy Heals Emotional Trauma

When recovering from trauma or negative emotions, we often seek privacy. This solitude can help us seek creativity, comfort, introspection and hope.

Raising Successful Kids While Embracing My Homosexuality
The real science behind happy kids? Happy parents!

Raising Successful Kids As A Gay Dad

Raising kids these days is hard work. It can be even harder if you're struggling to accept who you really are; trust in yourself to teach your children the importance of self-acceptance and confidence.

Friendship Breakups Can Be As Hard As Romantic Breakups
It's completely normal to outgrow your friends.

Moving On After A Friendship Breakup

Growing out of a friendship with a girlfriend can be painful, but it's sometimes necessary for personal growth. Embrace the change and learn how to attract new people into your life.