Clinical psychologist Seth Meyers helps Aubrey stay calm behind the wheel.
Tantrum Camp for Women
Doctor of psychology Wendy Walsh, Ph.D. shares tips for overwhelmed parents.
Comfort food takes on a whole new meaning with de-stressing solutions that may be in your fridge.
Kicking, screaming, pulling hair – it’s not the terrible twos; adults throw fits, too
Is it ever OK to have sex when you're angry?
E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork shows the toll stress can take on your body.
Meditation expert Mark Thornton explains how meditation relieves stress.
The sound of chewing, a dripping faucet, an irritating laugh – do life’s little annoyances send you over the edge? It could be a disorder called misophonia.
Kicking, screaming, pulling hair – it’s not the terrible twos; adults throw fits, too! The Doctors take three explosive women to Tantrum Camp. Plus, foods to soothe your nerves. And, is make-up sex really a good idea?
A recent study shows that the stress hormone cortisol may help people overcome phobias.