How to Stop Hurting When You Have a Narcissistic Parent

bigstock-Narcissistic-Mother-116531498-259x300.jpg

“If I accept that I can never have a real relationship with my father, it feels like I don’t have a father. If I accept that, am I still a son?” Jack’s Story: Jack is a 45-year-old architect, recently married for the first time. He came to therapy to deal with long-standing feelings of depression. His wife, ten years younger ...

Read More »

The Top 12 RSS Plugins for WordPress

better-feed-preview.jpg

WordPress and RSS go together like ham and cheese, but there are always ways to make the combination that much better and make sure you know exactly how well you are doing.  The following 12 plugins will help you add information to your feeds, manage your subscribers and view statistics on how you’re performing. All of these plugins are supposed ...

Read More »

'Modern Family' Creator Steve Levitan — Estranged Wife Accuses Him of Threatening WWIII … Shut Down By Judge

0921-steve-levitan-getty-3.jpg

9/21/2016 12:50 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF EXCLUSIVE “Modern Family” creator Steve Levitan has a new idea for a functional modern family … lose the wife who drags him to court for daring to visit his daughter. Levitan — who grosses $2.4 million a month — is in the throes of a super nasty divorce in which his wife has ...

Read More »

Granite Worktops for the Kitchen – Price Factors

9978db252c.jpg

Granite is still extremely popular for kitchen worktops, primarily because of its exceedingly good looks and durability. But the price for a granite worktop can vary considerably – so what factors affect how much it will cost to install granite worktops in your kitchen? And how can you make sure you get the best deal? Below are some factors which ...

Read More »

Recognize how good things really are

stock-man-writing-thinking-contemplation-8u4n.jpg

FEATURE ARTICLE 3 Simple Tips for Happier, More Energetic Days by Kristi Ling I’ve been thinking a lot lately about simplicity. Doesn’t it sometimes feel like all the crazy stuff happens in waves? I’m surfing one of those waves right now (selling my little city farm house, moving back to my home town, downsizing, getting ready for the release of ...

Read More »

The Science of Homemade Bread

original_Kneading-bread-stages.jpg

No other shop in the world attracts passers–by with its aromas quite like a bakery. An irresistible, almost “magical” smell, which owes its tantalising appeal to science. It is no exaggeration to say that our universal love of bread is a matter of … chemistry. Today, we will learn why. What are bread ingredients? Bread is one of the simplest ...

Read More »

Tesla updates software after car hack

91160927_whatsubject.jpg

Image copyright Getty Images Tesla has updated its software after researchers from China hacked into the operating system of its electric cars. The team from Keen Security Lab remotely manipulated the brake system on a Tesla while it was on the move, from a distance of 12 miles (19km). Using a laptop, the hackers also managed to open a car ...

Read More »

Join The Street Team, Earn Tickets To Maker Faire Bay Area

unnamed1.jpg

This year’s Maker Faire is going to be bigger and better than any before. It won’t be possible without the help of our “Street Team” spreading the excitement. The Maker Faire Street Team passes out fliers, stickers, and business cards to expose new people to the Maker Faire. It is easy, fun, and can earn you two adult tickets to the ...

Read More »

The Eight Pillars of Joy

Desmond-Tutu-Dalai-Lama_credit-Youtube.jpg

YouTube.com In 2015, Archbishop Desmond Tutu traveled to the Dali Lama’s home in Dharamsala, India, to celebrate the latter’s 80th birthday, and to engage in one of the most important of conversations: how can we find joy, despite the suffering that is intrinsically bound to life? This conversation was bound up into Douglas ...

Read More »

Increase in living with parents driven by those ages 25-34, non-college grads

FT_16.06.02_livingAtHome_age-1.png

A recent Pew Research Center analysis of census data found that in 2014, for the first time in more than 130 years, 18- to 34-year-olds in the U.S. were more likely to be living in their parents’ home than with a spouse or partner in their own household. A closer analysis of the data helps explain why: Adults in their ...

Read More »