Owner personality and mental wellbeing associated with human-pet attachment
This article looks at how pets actively seek proximity and interaction in a relationship, and it's a similarly associated tendency by the owner too.
Gambling addiction may increase the risk of long-term sick leave
This study reveals the need to detect gambling problems at an earlier stage in workplaces, and to increase accessable help for affected people so they can break negative trajectories earlier.
People struggling with work addiction feel unwell even when they are working
This article looks at how work addiction can lead to significant negative repercussions, not only on relationships with family and friends, but also on physical and psychological well-being.
Awe-inspiring science can have a positive effect on mental wellbeing
How people use science as a source of spirituality and its connection with their sense of wellbeing.
Potential employers view job candidates differently if they post online about mental health
How will social media posts about mental health influence an Employers choice of candidates?
Perils of not being attractive or athletic in middle school
Low attractive youth and low athletic youth became increasingly unpopular over the course of a school year.
Loneliness, insomnia linked to work with AI systems
“Humans are social animals, and isolating work with AI systems may have damaging spillover effects into employees’ personal lives.”
Harsh discipline increases risk of children developing lasting mental health problems
Children exposed to ‘hostile’ parenting at age three were 1.5 times likelier to have mental health symptoms which qualified as ‘high risk’ by age nine.
Are you chasing your dreams or running from your fears?
Personal awareness of what drives us to achieve the things that matter is a critical step in protecting mental health.
Study finds mass school (and other) shootings are not caused by mental illness
"Mass school shootings are different from other forms of mass murder, and that they should be looked at as a distinct phenomenon."
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