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This is the third piece in my series of “Grass is Greener” posts...
“Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that’s real power.” – Clint Eastwood Many people don’t think about self-respect until they realize they’ve lost it. By that time, however, it...
The first couple of therapy sessions with Trina were rollercoaster rides. One second she was excited about a new job and all of the possibilities it presented. The next she ...
Hypnosis is one of the oldest healing modalities. From ancient Egyptian “sleep temples” to the Mesmerism of the 1700’s, trance phenomena have claimed to cure all manner of ills. In ...
Here’s the latest anonymous question from one of my readers: My kids are 9 and 6, and they’ve been swearing more lately. I try not to make a big deal ...
New research finds the effects of schizophrenia are widespread with the disease affecting neural wiring in all areas of the brain. The finding overturns the theory that schizophrenia manifests due […]
New research finds that a family approach helps a loved one learn to live with their chronic illness in the most productive manner possible. Penn State researchers discovered family intervention […]
New research suggests a specific method of brain-training is significantly better in improving memory and attention than other training protocols. Johns Hopkins University researchers discovered the method that helps the […]
A new study from Brigham Young University finds that stress damages the GI system of mice in a similar manner as junk food, especially among females. Dr. Laura Bridgewater, a […]
A new study suggests that six weeks of midday light therapy can help people with bipolar disorder improve mood and enhance functional abilities. Bright light therapy has been used for […]