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If you do something too much, is it an addiction?

Diagnosing addiction can be tricky This week millions of families will gather together to celebrate a holiday, Easter or Passover. At ...

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How mindless leaders can create workplace problems

Why we need mindful leaders Most leadership books and training programs focus on how leaders can achieve more---do more, better, faster, with spectacular ...

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Is Gambling Addictive? What do addicted gamblers look like?

Casino gambling, unlike drinking, has no redeeming social value. The new American Psychiatric Association diagnostic manual, DSM-5, scheduled for publication in May 2013, for ...

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Can You Really Become Addicted to the Internet?

New study finds many college students are addicted to the Internet Imagine what it would be like not to have access ...

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Do You Suffer from Scale Addiction?

Food addiction's not the only addiction for dieters. For many, weight loss is a traumatic affair, and one of the most common afflictions ...

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Why Addictions Are So Powerful and How to Overcome Them

Meditating our way away from addictions. Addictions come in many different forms. We can all think of stories of people addicted ...

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Treating Depression With Deep Brain Stimulation

Experimental new approach for treatment-resistant depression A recent paper in the Archives of General Psychiatry, a leading psychiatric journal, describes a study investigating ...

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Sensitive Children: Do They Struggle With Depression More?

Are highly sensitive kids more prone to depression? Last Monday, I was invited to teach a program to second-graders about "Emotions" ...

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Boredom: The Devil and Divine Discontent

Boredom can drive one to drink, or it can be a catalyst for change. Most of us know what it feels ...

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Social Phobia ≠ Shyness

Tackling the misconceptions about Social Phobia. Social phobia, also known as Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD), is not simply extreme shyness. Many people experience ...

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