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Gratitude or Attitude – The right food for your Body?

An article written by Hira Shahid: In the first place, when our figure appearance is unwanted, we ...
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Understanding Codependence: How to Help an Addict

Loving -- But Not Helping -- An Addict Not too long ago, Melody Beattie barged into ...
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Heads I Win; Tails You Lose

"Gambling is a principle inherent in human nature" -- Edmund Burke "One of the healthiest ways ...
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Unrealistic optimism about problem drinking is dangerous.

Being overly optimistic about drinking leads to more drinking. An important part of everyone's self-concept is a sense ...
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The Visible Need Not Apply

Healthy behavior comes in all kinds of packages. I would personally like to thank Congress and, ...
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Mirror, mirror on the wall: Youth narcissism and us

Youth narcissism and us We are home to an increasingly narcissistic generation, it is true. Increasingly prevalent empirical ...
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Chronic Personality Problems in Problem Relationships

How can chronic personality problems impact problem relationships? A large portion of abusers (although not all) ...
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Children of Addiction

Children of Addiction Thirty years ago I began working with children impacted by addiction in their family. Addiction ...
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Craving: When the brain remembers drug use

What are cravings and how should one cope? What are drug-use cravings? I agree with these descriptions ...
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Why Old Habits Die Hard What Managers Need To Know

Why old habits are hard to break. Managers have been known to tear their hair out ...
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