I have written many articles on here about loneliness and rejection, mainly because as a social psychologist I believe that these two variables are a root cause of many of our social and psychological problems in the world.
To start this article, I want to begin with a simple premise: Physical pain and the pain from being rejected are the same. The
We do not have a mental health problem we have a community and family problem
I am going to start this blog with a simple statement: children need loves, hugs, and affection!
This article is dedicated to my mom (Becky) my daughter (Latasha), my son (Taylor) my niece (Katie) and my beautiful grandchild (Erin). In a previous
Understanding the difference between loneliness and rejection is vital to recovery from both. This article differentiate the two and then provides recommendations for what to do when experiencing rejection.