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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 ...
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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 ...
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Understanding the Dynamics of Workaholism—Obsession

"Has your attention become narrowly fixated on your work?" Workaholism and Obsession In order to further understand ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Motivating Loved Ones to Seek Recovery

A guide to help loved ones find the motivation for recovery People suffering from eating disorders are often ...
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Does Gender Matter in the Addicted Brain’s Response to Stress?

Men, women, cocaine addiction, and stress. Current research indicates that a person goes through three phases ...
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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 ...
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Toxic Relationships in Eating Disorder Recovery

The risk of cross-addictions in early recovery A leading cause of eating disorder relapse is getting ...
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Addiction and Magical Thinking

The value of reality. We’re a society of addicts. Just look around you. There are smokers, ...
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