January 25, 2020

Who has the time to be moral

You and a group of others are hiding in a basement. It’s wartime. Enemy soldiers are in the house. Your baby begins to cry. You […]
January 25, 2020

The upside of anger

Despite anger’s status as a deadly sin, this ubiquitous emotion is quite functional. Anger serves as a motivational force, keeping us on track when we […]
January 25, 2020

Symptoms of Depression

Feelings of sadness are proof that we are alive. Life is sometimes tough to deal with and there may be short periods of time when […]
January 25, 2020

Spiritual Counseling

Counseling takes on many different forms. Spiritual counseling is healing counseling. Those who look for spiritual significance in their lives appreciate spiritual counseling above all […]
January 25, 2020

No more guilt for the sweet tooth

Gluttony is my favourite deadly sin. And according to research soon to appear in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, this sinful preference of […]
January 25, 2020

Environments shape morality

Many moral dilemmas pit conflicting moral rules against one another. This is no more striking than in that set of problems that moral philosophers and […]
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