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A Healthy Ego To Be Creative

A Healthy Ego To Be Creative

How does a healthy self-concept impact our creative work? Don’t we need a big ego, fame and money for creative expression? One sense of this word “ego” is a distorted self-regard,...
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When Side Effects Implode

When Side Effects Implode

I realize that I am at a crossroad. I realized that I haven’t masterbated in weeks, I am sauntering through life like a normal person. “Welcome to earth” I have...
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The Power of Self-Care

The Power of Self-Care

When I practice self-care, I am myself. The veil of overwhelm lifts and reveals the core of me. I am silly, playful, compassionate, curious, understanding, patient and energetic. I’m still...
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My Body, My Self-Worth

My Body, My Self-Worth

It happened again. Even while I was still happily occupied with consuming my morning carbs, two brunching friends began discussing dieting. One was on Adkins, the other just beginning some...
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Medication and Intimacy

Medication and Intimacy

For any one of us coping with a mental illness we are dealt a hard blow. We deal with so many different symptoms, from depression to psychosis on a daily...
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Major Depression Causes Cellular Damage

Major Depression Causes Cellular Damage

Emerging evidence suggests expanded insights into the nature of depression may be forthcoming. The optimism accompanies the discovery that the illness is associated with metabolic or cellular changes. As reported […]
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Babies Feel Pain Much Like Adults

Babies Feel Pain Much Like Adults

Newborn babies experience pain much like adults and may even have a much lower pain threshold, according to a new Oxford study. The findings have important implications as many procedures […]
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