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  • Enjoying the Winter Holiday Season
    No matter what your faith or cultural background, as the holiday season approaches, you may notice, as many people do, that instead of feeling a sense of warm anticipation, you feel a sense of dread. ...
  • Tips for Building Self-Esteem
    In my work, I sometimes feel that there is an epidemic of low self-esteem. Even people who seem to be very sure of themselves will admit to having low self-esteem, a feeling that often makes ...
  • How to Help When Someone You Love Is Fifty and Out of Work
    It's a familiar story in my practice these days. In the past year, I've seen perhaps a dozen couples in which the husband has been laid off after 15 to 20 years with the same ...
  • Anxiety, Worry, and Stress, Oh My: The Bugaboos of Modern Life
    Anxiety, worry, and stress are all afflictions of life in the modern world. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, approximately 10 percent of the American population, or 24 million people, suffer from anxiety ...
  • Depression Can Be Hazardous to Your Health
    But when the melancholy fit shall fall Sudden from heaven like a weeping cloud, That fosters the droop-headed flowers all, And hides the green hill in ...
  • How Our Social Network Helps Us Thrive
    One way that your attitude can affect your health is that a bad attitude can drive other people away. And interaction with other people is vital for your health. Human beings are social creatures. So ...
  • Persuasion and How to Influence Others
    Human relationships are based upon a largely unconscious system of give and take. "I will do this for you even if I won't get something in return right now, because you will 'owe me one' ...
  • Web 2.0: Consistency, Relevancy and Reliability
    Implications for Health and Mental Health Information Online I've seen this question from varying folks over the past year or so as the next obvious evolution in the "tagging" craze -- "Why don't we just ...

 

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