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Raising Self-Sufficient Children

Dr. Paul
Raising self-sufficient children

Dr. Paul Schoenfeld discusses parents' urge to jump in and "make it better" for kids, and how to evaluate the best way to respond to your child's struggles. Read more about Raising Self-Sufficient Children


Sexual Desire

Dr. Paul
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Do you struggle with a lack of sexual interest?

In a landmark 2008 study of women in relationships, researchers found that up to 26% of premenopausal women and upwards to 52% of postmenopausal women described symptoms of low sexual desire. Scientists are trying to understand why. Read more about Sexual Desire

Are you an introvert or an extrovert?

Dr. Paul
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Most people think I’m an extrovert. I’m comfortable speaking in public, giving presentations, and greeting and meeting people I don’t know. I can hob knob with the best of them. But actually, that is not my natural self! In fact, I like to spend a good deal of time by myself—walking in nature, wandering around town, listening to classical music, and sometimes, just staring out my living room window. One of my favorite weekend activities is having lunch by myself at my local Chinese restaurant. Read more about Are you an introvert or an extrovert?


The secret sauce of survival: Resilience

Dr. Paul
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The number of Adverse or Traumatic Childhood Events (ACE’s) can be predictive of the future health status of adults. It’s not terribly surprising. The more unfavorable the events a child experiences, the more likely they'll struggle with physical and mental illnesses throughout life. These events include emotional, physical or sexual abuse, feeling unloved, substance abuse in the family, poverty, or abandonment. Read more about The secret sauce of survival: Resilience


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