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How Teachers Can Make a Difference

How Teachers Can Make a Difference

In clinical practice, psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists are usually so consumed with treating psychopathology they don’t often get the chance to prevent it. A dear friend, a teacher visiting from...
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The Cleanse & The Zit

The Zit. Do I pop it, do I keep it, why did I decide to go through a cleanse when I have social obligation on my calendar like dance class....
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Pass (on) the soda

Pass (on) the soda

When my son went away to school, he settled in quickly to dorm life. It didn’t take him long to learn how to navigate the cafeteria, going from mostly home-cooked...
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3 DBT Skills Everyone Can Benefit From

3 DBT Skills Everyone Can Benefit From

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a highly effective type of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), originally created to treat borderline personality disorder. Today, it’s used to treat a variety of conditions, such...
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Change Your Life

Change Your Life

Do you want to change your life? Would you like to thrive instead of just survive? There is one powerful thing that would make any meaningful change in your life...
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Poking the Worry Monster

Poking the Worry Monster

What is a “worry monster?” For me at least, it is that part of myself that can worry on command. You can wake it up out of the deepest, soundest,...
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Today I Love My ADHD

Today I Love My ADHD

Today is not a special day. It’s just another day. I have lots of days that just aren’t special at all. They’re just days. But every day of my life...
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Flawed Or Perfect?

Flawed Or Perfect?

          Rise Above with Spiritual Connection If you have ever thought to yourself, or have embraced the energy of feeling as if you are flawed at...
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Brain Fat May Trigger Alzheimer’s

Brain Fat May Trigger Alzheimer’s

A breakthrough discovery improves the odds that medications can be developed to cure or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers affiliated with the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre […]
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ADHD May Persist into Adulthood

ADHD May Persist into Adulthood

Aspects of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may persist into adulthood, even when current diagnostic measures fail to identify its presence, according to new research published in the journal European […]
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