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More Intelligent People Are More Likely to Binge Drink and Get Drunk

Intelligent people are more likely to do stupid things Not only are more intelligent individuals more likely to consume more alcoholmore frequently, ...

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The Pursuit of Happiness–Or the Quest for Wealth

The materialistic search for happiness is laden with paradox. Sadly, in our capitalistic culture today, the two aspirations denoted in the ...

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The Meeting Eyes of Love: How Empathy Is Born In Us

The mother's eyes are the refuge where children confirm their existence. You learn the world from your mother's face. The mother's ...

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Do Personality Disorders Ever “Go Away?”

Do Symptoms of Personality Disorders Change over Time? Personality disorders involve long term, problematic behaviors that typically are first exhibited during adolescence and cause ...

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Can you understand, tolerate, and overcome your social anxiety

So many are self-medicating their social anxiety Shauna was a young, attractive, articulate woman. She also was very perfectionistic and self-critical. ...

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Understanding the Root of Self-Destructive Behaviors: Why?

Can you be self-destructive but love yourself overall? If you polled a large group of people and asked them if they ...

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Overcoming Chronic Resentment and the Abuse It Causes

Choose between resentment and healing; you can’t do both. Recovery from relationships that have suffered chronic resentment is long, complex, and ...

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Compulsive Choices in Addiction?

How do I approach clients who feel out of control? Is addiction an issue of bad choices or is it a case of biological, compulsive, necessity? If you ...

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Is There Such a Thing as “Shame” Power?

Why shame can both help and hurt self-control A recent blog post I wrote has been generating debate in the comments section: Does shame motivate self-control? ...

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Thinking About Craving

It's so basic, but it's not easy to understand. I have been thinking a lot about craving lately. What is craving, ...

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