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Articles by Psych Central Staff:
Helping Children Deal with Anger
What is Real Hunger?
Unrealistic Expectations Can Cause Failure
Talking to Your Child About the Loss of a Loved One
An Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis
10 Tips to Help You Overcome Dentist Phobia
Creativity and Depression
Letter to My Psychiatrist
Lifestyles of People with Bipolar Disorder
Types of Abuse
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
Coping with Chronic Pain
Communication Addiction Disorder: Concern Over Media, Behavior & Effects
An Introduction to Suicide
Medications While Pregnant
An Overview of Treatments for Bipolar Disorder
Teen Depression Symptoms
Depression in Employees
Psychiatric Advance Directive
An Overview of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
Frequently Asked Questions about Suicide
Dialectical Behavior Therapy in the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder
Why Are You Overeating?
Children and Psychiatric Medications
More Questions and Answers about Attention Deficit Disorder in Children
Medications for Seniors
Medications for Children and Adolescents
How Are Clinical Studies of Mental Disorders Designed?
How Will Treatment in a Clinical Research Study Differ from Treatment Your Own Doctor Provides?
Why Do Patients Participate in Research on Mental Disorders?
Domestic Violence Organizations and Resources
Understanding Domestic Violence
Understanding the Effects of Domestic Violence
All About Depression
Treatment & Management of Eating Disorders
All About Eating Disorders
What Is a “Placebo Control” in a Medication Trial?
Involvement of Family Members & Others with Research
Medications for Mania & Bipolar Disorder
Psychiatric Medications Give Relief from Symptoms
Pharmacy Discount & Patient Assistance Programs
Tips for Communicating with Your Doctor
Checklist of Questions for Clinical Trial Participants
Treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder