Kenny Luck

January 29, 2023

Remember that New Year’s Resolution?

It’s now the end of January, which means that it had almost been one month since 2023 has been underway. It’s also a good time to […]
January 22, 2023

Psychology and Body Language

There has been a lot written and published about body language over the decades. And in that time, the topic has been treated in a pseudoscientific […]
December 4, 2022

Verbally Abusive Relationships

Verbal abuse can be hard to detect sometimes. For instance, where does the line get crossed between a bad joke and verbal abuse, between saying something […]
November 27, 2022

How to Live like a Medieval Monk

Last year, while in a bookstore, I picked up a book conspicuously titled, “How to Live Like a Monk,” by author Daniele Cybulskie, which came out […]
November 20, 2022

Developing Your ‘Warrior Ethos’

In his book, “The Warrior Ethos,” author Steven Pressfield explores the philosophy of being a warrior. Of course, these days, outside of those who volunteer for […]
November 14, 2022

Avoiding Burnout

More and more, there seems to be pressure on individuals to be top performers at their jobs, in family contexts, and even in life in general. […]
October 9, 2022

Verbally Abusive Relationships

Verbal abuse can be hard to detect sometimes. For instance, where does the line get crossed between a bad joke and verbal abuse, between saying something […]
October 2, 2022

The Psychology of Superheroes

In the last few decades, superheroes have become increasing popular. From their comic-book origins back in the 1930’s and 1940’s to the current blockbuster movies successes […]
September 11, 2022

A Look Inside the Criminal Mind

For decades, law enforcement, psychologists, and other mental health professionals have attempted to understand the criminal mind – with some success and some limitations. Many theories […]
September 11, 2022

Thinking about Time: A Look at Time Perspective Theory (TPT)

Time is a concept that cuts across disciplines. In the academic study of history, historians typically focus on the written record of humanity, which generally goes […]
August 14, 2022

Looking Through the Sociological Lens of Exercise

Of course, most Americans know the mantra by now: “Exercise is good for you,” and “People should exercise more.” These oft-repeated pieces of advance aren’t necessarily […]
August 6, 2022

August is a Month of Reflection

By Kenneth Luck, Ph.D. The long summer days that sit between the Fourth of July and Labor Day in the United States are sometimes called “the […]