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My Parent Has a Problem with Alcohol

If you are the child of an alcoholic, you are suffering from this disease as ...
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OCD and Fear of Treatment

I’ve previously written about recovery avoidance in those with obsessive-compulsive disorder. It can be heartbreaking for family and ...
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Symptoms of OCD

For those who think they, or a loved one, might be suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder, it ...
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How to Tell if Your Decisions are from Your Evolved or Primitive Brain

Decisions can be motivated by thoughtful consideration from our higher mind (frontal lobe/ executive functions), ...
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Five Telltale Signs Your Child is a Budding Perfectionist

I once met a young man who had had many successes in his youth. He ...
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OCD and Values

When I talk or write about my son’s journey through severe obsessive-compulsive disorder, the topic of ...
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10 Tips For Raising Resilient Kids

While adulthood is filled with serious responsibilities, childhood isn’t exactly stress-free. Kids take tests, learn new information, ...
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Good Therapy for OCD

With the help of the Internet, my son Dan correctly diagnosed himself with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) at ...
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10 Fantasies to Examine Before Choosing to Become a Parent

Contemplating parenthood can be like entering the field of poppies in the Wizard of Oz. ...
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When a Teacher and Child Don’t Get Along

“I hate that school! I hate that teacher!” Nick has come home from school in a ...
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