Secondly, while the Goldwater Rule is an important safeguard against "armchair psychiatry," it may not apply in all cases. It was designed to prevent psychiatrists from voicing their opinions in a haphazard, uninformed way, without proper assessment. However, the psychologist Vince Greenwood argues that, in the case of Trump, "his life history is so well documented that a thorough assessment does seem possible…We can observe every day which psychopathic traits Trump manifests in his behavior. The highly regarded Hare Psychopathy Checklist enumerates 20 of them. By my count Trump clearly demonstrates 16 of the traits and his overall score is far higher than the average prison inmate." … [Read more...] about Power and Personality Disorders
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Figure 1 (below) shows on the left the self-evaluation pie chart of a person without the overvaluation of shape and weight characterized by a predominant slice representing shape and weight, and a few other slices. While on the right is represented a pie chart of someone without the overvaluation of shape and weight, which will include a greater number of slices and a smaller slice representing shape and weight. The size of each slice of the ‘pie’ will represent the relative importance that the person gives to each domain. … [Read more...] about Overvaluation of Shape and Weight in Obesity
Both physical and emotional wellness are essential elements for becoming a healthy athlete. The first step is to accept, appreciate, and respect your body. Avoid spending time looking at unrealistic body images displayed on social media. Instead of comparing yourself to others, focus on the things you like about yourself and your body. Keep in mind that the thinnest individual is not always the strongest or most successful athlete. A more favorable approach is to learn from other athletes while accepting your unique qualities. We all have periods of self-doubt, decreased motivation, and demands that seem overwhelming. Seek help from coaches, athletic trainers, sports psychologists, and other resources if you are having difficulty managing these issues. … [Read more...] about Relative Energy Deficiency in Athletic Performance: Are You At Risk?
Ironically, they can do what is likely to engender the young person’s complaints. They can take unappreciated actions on the young person’s behalf keeping in mind that once the teenager has had his complaining say, he is likely to do what they say, and even end up enjoying what he said he never would. Just because he lacks power of initiative to get him unstuck from boredom doesn’t mean he won’t piggyback on what parents push, while blaming them “for what you’re making me do!” … [Read more...] about How Detachment from Childhood Begets Adolescent Boredom