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March 26, 2018

The 5 Reasons Relationships Fail

How to Avoid Deadly Intimacy Killers

Statistics show the vast majority of intimate relationships fail, devolving into bitterness and conflict. Why are some intimate relationships more doomed than others?

Read my full post on Psychology Today’s website.

February 14, 2018

Dr. Holly Lucille’s Mindful Medicine Interview

Bryan was interviewed by Dr. Holly Lucille for her Mindful Medicine podcast which is available free on iTunes.
Listen here.

February 2, 2018

Are You a Rock or Bird with Your Main Squeeze?

Opposites really do attract. When we first met, my spouse described me as “in charge, stable, organized, serious.” After 7 years, there was another version: “controlling, inflexible, workaholic.” Here’s why: In most intimate relationships one party is a rock and one is a bird.

Read my full post on Thrive Global’s website.

January 24, 2018

Path 11 Interview About Daily Writing Resilience

119 Meditations and Inspirations for Writers with Bryan E. Robinson, PhD

Bryan was interviewed by Path 11 Productions about his book Daily Writing Resilience. Listen to the podcast here.

Keep an Unmade Mind Instead of a Mind Made Up

See Your Life More Clearly for What It Is Instead of What You Think It Is

Are you open-minded about an uncertain future or career outcome? Or have you crossed your arms, planted your feet, and made up your mind? I hope it’s the former.

Read my full post on Thrive Global’s website.

January 15, 2018

Conversation with Alanis Morissette

Bryan recently appeared in Alanis Morissette’s podcast to discuss Workaholism. Hear podcast on her website.

December 18, 2017

Time Famine

How to Satisfy Your Hunger for More

How often do you hear the refrain, “I don’t have time” or “There’s not enough time in the day”? Are you one of the many people dying for more time?

Read my full post on Psychology Today’s website.

November 12, 2017

The Resilience Option

How to WAIT and Curb Your Second Zingers

On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, I exited the Interstate 240 ramp in Asheville. When I gazed to my left, the driver in a little red car that had been in front flipped me the bird. I was astonished at first then I noticed a flash of anger rise up in me.

Read my full post on Psychology Today’s website.

October 29, 2017

A Winning State of Mind

How to Stay on Top of Your Game

Why are some people more accomplished than others? Aside from sheer talent, highly successful people have a winning frame of mind that catapults them to untold heights.

Read my full post on Psychology Today’s website.