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The Christmas Work Party Don’t get first in line for food Don’t comment on people’s food Don’t look back when you go up for seconds Don’t start a fight from 10 years ago and … ...
Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer Run Grandma Over!! Do it~  Deer Pressure is one of my Mental Health Humor cartoons that I still laugh every time I see it.  Every now and again, I find someone … ...
Dr. Amen’s Solution: Important Information Your Psychiatrist Might Be... According to psychiatrist and 10-time bestselling author Daniel Amen, MD, the average psychiatrist is missing key information critical to the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders. Which information? A … ...
The Slippery Slope of Dishonesty New brain research tells the truth about lying. It gets easier over time.
The Most Important Question to Ask About Your Creative... What is the most important question we can ask ourselves about our creative work? Why? Why are you creating? Why are you writing your memoir? Or that story? Or that … ...
The Termination Olympics I once read that therapy, like a poem, is never finished, but abandoned. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. When I decided to leave therapy after six years, I felt that my life’s narrative had been thoroughly excavated, and that significant internal shifts had solidified. … ...
Elephant Sedative Carfentanyl is the Latest and Deadliest Heroin... Elephant Sedative Carfentanyl is the Latest and Deadliest Heroin Additive One of the biggest risks associated with illegal drug use is that there’s no way to know for sure exactly … ...
3 Ways to Help Clients to Practice Self-Compassion In the past, there was a big push among clinicians in regards to helping clients to improve their self-esteem. However, there has been a substantial amount of research to suggest the benefits of helping people to practice self-compassion. 1 Self-esteem is often hinged upon external … ...
Should You Make New Year's Resolutions This Year? Here is how to decide.
Juggling Self-Care and Motherhood: Q&A with High-Risk Pregnancy Expert... In November I started a mini interview series all about caring for ourselves while caring for our kids. As a new mom, I’m interested in seeing how other moms navigate … ...
The Most Shocking Fact About Fake Memories How fake memories from childhood could be implanted. Dr Jeremy Dean's ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything
Avoiding Holiday Meltdowns Mostly, I’m talking about your kids, but I mean you, too. The two are often interrelated: Everyone’s stressed to the max with the impending joy, and your kids start coming unglued, … ...
Social anxiety disorders? Cognitive therapy most effective treatment Social phobia is the most common anxiety disorder of our time. But the current treatment regimen for patients with this diagnosis has not proven very effective. Researchers spent 10 years studying alternative treatments to find that cognitive therapy works best for social anxiety disorders.
This is your brain on (legal) cannabis: Researchers seek answers For those suffering depression or anxiety, using cannabis for relief may not be the long-term answer, say researchers.
Link found between HIV treatment, neuronal degeneration Certain protease inhibitors, among the most effective HIV drugs, lead to the production of the peptide beta amyloid, often associated with Alzheimer's disease, and may be the cause of cognitive problems, report researchers.
Research team sets new mark for 'deep learning' Artificial intelligence and neuroscience experts have taken inspiration from the human brain in creating a new 'deep learning' method that enables computers to learn about the visual world largely on their own, much as human babies do.
The First Step in Surviving Infidelity: Ceasing All Contact... After the explosive initial shock of infidelity, when emotions are less volatile, some couples will try to make things right. In a marriage or committed relationship, the partner who strayed will sometimes awaken to the many harsh, unanticipated consequences that his or her misbehavior brings. … ...
Reminiscence and Mental Health An occasional trip down memory lane might be just what the psychologist ordered, at least according to a study published last month by researchers from Australia. To learn about the therapeutic effects of reminiscing, the researchers asked 321 young adults to participate in one of three kinds of “online reminiscence...
Narrative Consciousness, Memory, and PTSD in Westworld The connection between narrative and consciousness provide a model for PTSD in the mind, and shows how narrative-focused therapies can help people take ownership of their trauma
Surviving the holidays when you're alone Professionals offer tips on how people who are by themselves during the holidays can thrive.