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Jade Wu, PhD. Podcast Host, Featured in , . Got a psychology question for me? Leave a message: 919-533-9122
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Savvy Psychologist Dec 6
seems to be all the rage lately, but is there any science behind the practice?
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Savvy Psychologist Dec 6
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the other side of the couch. shares how therapists deal with clients they don't like, how you know you're done with therapy, and why it's normal to wonder what your therapist thinks of you.
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Savvy Psychologist Dec 5
This time of year can be particularly difficult for those with an eating disorder. Looking in from the outside, it can be difficult to understand an eating disorder, but here are 4 psychological drivers behind why they persist.
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Savvy Psychologist Dec 5
Gaslighters override your reality, make disagreement impossible, and is often fueled by sexism. If you're worried you're being gaslighted, read on for the warning signs so you can stop the hurtful tactics.
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Laura Lee Dec 4
A routine practice of positive communication with parents/families can change the classroom culture by reminding each family and student that you support them, says middle school teacher Lauren Huddleston. Refers to:
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Savvy Psychologist Dec 4
Have you ever noticed when you have a bad day, and want the soothing balm of sleep to heal the stress, that it's often harder to fall asleep? Our brains are always busy, but there are a few things we can do to help quiet them for rest.
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Savvy Psychologist Dec 4
Did you participate in ? There are 3 (if not more!) huge benefits to altruism.
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PsyPost.org Dec 4
Just 10 minutes of mindfulness meditation can improve verbal learning and memory processes, study finds
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Savvy Psychologist Dec 3
While the holiday season is an exciting time, it's also an overwhelming one filled with lots to do in little time. Don't let the hectic nature of the season get to you. Instead use these 5 body hacks to calm yourself down when you're feeling frazzled.
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Psychology Today Dec 3
Here's how to worry less about impressing people, according to
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Savvy Psychologist Dec 2
It's the final push until the holidays and if you're struggling to complete year-end projects, follow these tips to stop abandoning projects and finally cross the finish line.
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Savvy Psychologist Dec 2
How many times have you settled down for bed, just to have your mind start racing? If your brain won't quiet down when it's time for sleep, follow these 5 tips to get a peaceful night of well-deserved sleep.
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Psychology Today Dec 2
Sometimes the greatest innovations come from time spent doing nothing much
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Savvy Psychologist Nov 29
Getting defensive helps us protect our character, but when you're defensive with your friends, your boss, or your partner, it sends a message that you can't regulate your emotions. Here are 5 ways to cool down and avoid getting defensive.
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Savvy Psychologist Nov 29
We often think of responsibility as a good thing, but feeling overly responsible can be detrimental to your mental health. Do you recognize any of these signs of over-responsibility?
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Savvy Psychologist Nov 28
Would you like a thinly disguised insult with your turkey? An exasperating political discussion with your pumpkin pie? Getting along with difficult family members can be hard enough without the added pressure of .
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Savvy Psychologist Nov 27
The holiday season isn't always so joyful—it can be a tough time of year for many people. Make sure you're taking care of yourself with my Tips for Better Mental Health playlist, only on .
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Savvy Psychologist Nov 27
Just like knowing the sun will rise each morning, disappointment is a fact of life. But it doesn't have to get you down—here's how to handle it when your day isn't all sunshine and butterflies.
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Savvy Psychologist Nov 26
Are you catching all the zzz's you need? You may be surprised by how much (or how little) shut-eye you need.
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Savvy Psychologist Nov 26
Complex childhood trauma may be subtle, but its affects can last a lifetime.
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