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Children and Teens

OCD: When Once is Not Enough

“Say good-night mommy, say good-night,” pleaded Johnny every night. It wasn’t as if he had not already read several books, been tucked in, and kissed good night. Johnny’s pleas...
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General

Companion to an Untold Story

Marcia Aldrich’s Companion to an Untold Story is the author’s attempt to make sense of her close friend’s suicide. In the time leading up to the unfortunate event, Aldrich’s...
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Depression

5 Outdated Beliefs About ECT

When severe depression doesn’t respond to antidepressants and psychotherapy, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) may be the next step. ECT is typically prescribed for severe depression, particularly for treatment-resistant depression, a...
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General

George Mason: Life of Death

Author’s note: This review of George Mason’s autobiography, Life of Death, is not a review of Mason’s life, but rather of his book. It is difficult to critique the...
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