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Conflict is bad. Healthy couples hardly fight. These are the most common misconceptions about conflict. Because as Lena Aburdene Derhally, MS, LPC, said, “Relationships free of conflict are unrealistic.” Conflict...
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A new model for helping people with chronic depression combines a traditional mental health approach with pragmatic goal setting. The method utilizes a self-management support service — including regular outreach […]
In a new fMRI study, a group of Finnish scientists were able to distinguish patients with first-episode psychosis from control subjects based on their brain activity while watching the movie […]
A 15-year analysis finds television habits during younger adulthood are more predictive of subsequent obesity than the time spent in front of the tube during middle age. University of Pittsburgh […]