This overlooked concept has been linked to better relationships — with oneself and others.
No talking. No podcasts. No music. Just some time alone with your thoughts.
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For The New York Times Magazine, the reporter Jen Percy interviewed dozens of victims of sexual assault to understand the complicated reactions to trauma.
In “In Search of Self” and other books, he emphasized the role of cultural influences in a patient’s life.
A study of adults who were mistreated in childhood found that those who did not recall it showed fewer psychological aftereffects.
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The president of the American Psychiatric Association answers questions about a new recommendation to screen all adults under 65 for anxiety.