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My Impression Of ADHD Art

My Impression Of ADHD Art

"I've pondered my love of art for much of my life. And in the last six years I've even had occasion to ponder the stuff in light of my diagnosis...
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The Passive/Aggressive Coupling Syndrome

The Passive/Aggressive Coupling Syndrome

A number of couples have come in for psychotherapy voicing similar complaints. The wife protests the husband’s passivity, which she views as passive-aggressive. Common complaints are that he doesn’t listen...
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New Report: What’s Popular in Pornography?

New Report: What’s Popular in Pornography?

Reading the statistics on what kinds of pornography people are watching is a little like the proverbial can’t-look-away-from-the-car-crash. It is appalling yet fascinating at the same time. It’s not recommended...
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Don’t Be Ashamed

Don’t Be Ashamed

I used to be afraid to tell people that I had bipolar disorder. I was ashamed. I thought bipolar disorder was a dirty, dark secret. I thought I was less...
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Self-Care Sunday Links 8.2.15

Self-Care Sunday Links 8.2.15

On some Sundays I share links to pieces from around the web, along with posts I’ve written for Psych Central. I hope you find these helpful, and I hope you’re...
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5 Ways to Thrive

5 Ways to Thrive

Ideally, we all want to do better than just get by. We want to thrive. But what does that mean? In their scholarly article, “A new look at social support,”...
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Help Your Child Succeed

Help Your Child Succeed

          Children With Bipolar in School If you have a child with bipolar in the school system you will want to create a protective/empowerment support system...
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Perfectionism Linked to Burnout

Perfectionism Linked to Burnout

Being a perfectionist may lead you to unwittingly sabotage success at work, school or in sports, leading to stress, burnout and health problems, according to new research. In a meta-analysis […]
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