Archives for March, 2013

Depression

Are You Feeling SAD?

During the winter months we often hear people mention feeling “blue” or “down.” There are others that speak of SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder. You may wonder, “What on...
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General

Therapists Spill: How to End Therapy

There are many reasons clients decide to end therapy. According to clinical psychologist Deborah Serani, , “Sometimes they’ve reached their goals. Sometimes they need a break. Sometimes the connection...
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Disorders

Helping Parents Understand OCD

I tend to write about obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) from a parent’s viewpoint because, well, I’m a parent whose son has OCD. Over the years I’ve chatted with some OCD...
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General

Book Review: I Apologize

Bradley Booth was tormented by survivor’s guilt for five years after the leukemia death of his fiancee. When he fell in love again, the emotional upheaval of these life-changing...
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Children and Teens

Spring Break Cautions & Tips

It’s spring. Many colleges and universities in the adjourn for a week-long vacation sometime in the months of March and April. Originally intended as a mid-semester break from...
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