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The Family and Addiction

The "Lost Time" Phenomenon Families are tough enough as it is. When it comes to addiction and families, ...
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10 Patterns of Addictive Behavior

How do you know you have an addiction? Drawing from research on addiction in neuroscience, psychology, and clinical practice, ...
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3 Steps For Overcoming Emotional Overeating

One of the biggest reasons we turn to food for comfort is disconnection. We’re disconnected ...
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Parenting Strategies with Toddlers

A number of recent workshops with parents of toddlers produced the following list of ideas ...
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Understanding Your Toddler’s Emotional Moods

Preschool children grow by leaps and bounds: physically, mentally, and socially. From tears and tantrums ...
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The Three Musketeers of Distress: Anxiety, Stress, and Perfectionism

Five-Year-Old Tanya Makes Mistake, Sets Up Lifetime of Anxiety, Stress, and Perfectionism. In psychology and ...
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Skills for Surviving Crisis or Distress

Bipolar disorder is all about the fluctuation of moods. These fall on the spectrum between ...
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Hold Me Tight

Love demands the reassurance of touch. Most fights are really protests over emotional disconnection. Underneath ...
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Changing Our Perspectives on Mental Illness and Mental Health

Changing Our Perspectives on Mental Illness and Mental Health The First Lady recently spoke at the ...
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When You Can’t Afford Psychotherapy

You know you’re in trouble. Maybe you’ve been depressed for what seems like ages. You ...
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