Drinking affects different people in different ways. Some people might be described as happy drunks, showing affection and appreciation for everyone while drinking. Others get sad and reflective when they drink, and maybe even cry. Perhaps the worst kind of drunk is the angry one. People who get angry at others when they drink alcohol [...]
Feeling rejected from peers, loved ones, and colleagues not may not only hurt one’s emotions, but may also damage mental and physical health. Researchers have found evidence that when people undergo very personal situations of rejection like being let go in a romantic relationship, ostracized from kids at school, or fired from a job, they [...]
According to Psych Central, new research suggests a person’s level of childhood stress can change their risk for later developing psychiatric disorders. Researchers at Brown University’s Butler Hospital believe epigenetic changes in our human glucocorticoid receptor (GR) gene may be the result of childhood hardships and adversity.
A homeless woman shoves cans of soup under her coat to feed herself later. Winona Ryder steals thousands of dollars worth of Merchandise from Saks Fifth Avenue. Both are considered shoplifting but experts agree that both happen for different reasons in a recent news article.