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Tomorrow is an exciting day for us here at Psych Central. It will be the first time we’re hosting a Live Event on Facebook with you and our four therapists: Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed.D. Kristina Randle, Ph.D., LCSW, Daniel J. Tomasulo, Ph.D., TEP, MFA, and Julie Hanks, MSW, LCSW, BCD.

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Join us tomorrow on our Facebook page from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm ET. Look out for my update and then let the questions begin.

Have a great weekend! And don’t forget to enjoy our top posts of the week.

How Healing Your Self-Concept Can Heal Your Couple Relationship

(Neuroscience & Relationships) – You may not be able to change your partner, but you can work on yourself. Learn how improving your self-concept can help heal your relationship.

Suicide Prevention: The NRA, AMA, and a Question of Guns

(Depression on My Mind) – A shocking new bill on prohibiting what emergency room doctors, psychiatrists and pediatricians can ask on owning guns has Christine in an uproar. Read this and find out why.

How Gratification and Pleasure Relate to Happiness

(Adventures in Positive Psychology) – Would you be surprised if I told you that one of the ways to be more happier is to do happier things? Probably not. But this article talks about not just having more pleasant experiences in your life, but finding more gratifying ones as well.

I’m Your Dog: An ADHD Parenting Guide

(ADHD from A to Zoë) – What kids want most from their parents is to be loved. Zoë provides tips and guidelines to help teach families of ADHD children how they can best parent with love.

Poor Li’l Narcissists

(Real World Research) – Narcissists with their insensitivity and sense of entitlement have often gotten a bad rap. In general, they get very little sympathy or compassion. This article looks at different types of narcissism (even the healthy type) and provides information that may make you rethink the way you perceive narcissists.



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Uyemura, B. (2011). Best of Our Blogs: February 25, 2011. Psych Central. Retrieved on January 26, 2015, from


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