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Your Sense of Coherence

Can your ‘sense of coherence’ influence your health? The concept of sense of coherence (SOC) was put forward by Aaron Antonovsky in 1979 to explain why some people become...
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What Is Codependence?

While not recognized as a diagnosable illness in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Psychiatric Disorders (a professional reference used to make diagnoses), codependence generally refers...
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She’s So Shy

MJ’s mother is worried. “She’s so shy. Whenever we get together with people, I mean even one or two people, she hangs behind me. I don’t know how to...
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When Your Kids Disappoint You

As summer winds down, many parents longingly await school, yet dread the frustration and disappointment they feel regarding their kids and the resulting guilt over these reactions. Parents may...
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