Psychotherapy and Your 401K

At first glance, psychotherapy and a 401K have very little in common. Though the stigma psychotherapy has lessened in recent years, it is a topic that most people are still not wholly comfortable talking about. Psychotherapy, as a whole, is still viewed as a process for only the mentally ill, socially maladjusted, or addicted. I prefer to view psychotherapy as an investment in your future, […]

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IQ and Race

I wholeheartedly recommend this article written by Nicolas Kristof in the June 6, 2009 issue of the New York Times. In this article Mr. Kristof highlights some invaluable research about racial and ethnic differences in IQ, and how, in fact, these differences are not due to genetics. This has been an issue of high controversy since The Bell Curve was published. This article give succinct […]

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