A recent letter to Washington Post advice columnist Carolyn Hax shares a couple’s concern about their daughter, who they describe as a “mean girl.” The couple claim that they have done everything to help […]
Matthew Whoolery is a psychology professor at Brigham Young University-Idaho. His research interests include cultural psychology, theoretical and philosophical issues in psychology, and facial movement research. He is married to Rachel and has four daughters. Dr. Whoolery loves to read, run, and play with whoever is young enough or immature enough to still play.
There is a lot of advice given in blogs, popular psychology books, and even religious teachings about how to be happy. I figured we could really use some balance in this regard, […]
I’m about to tell you how to get everything you want in this life. You may think that this is a joke or that I am about to sell you something you […]
Everything you have, every good quality in your character, (almost) every bite of food you eat, everything you consume—comes from the kindness of others. Think about it. Just start with your own […]