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Five Tips for Breaking Your Tech Habit It’s tough to disconnect in an always-on world. Many people have shared with me how their devices are an extension of their bodies to them. Arriving at the store or their office, realizing they’ve forgotten their phone, results in anxiety. Most of us probably know … ...
Trump Psychoanalyzed by Artificial Intelligence - Part 2 An artificial intelligence analysis of Trump's personality based on his interview with the Washington post (following up an earlier analysis of his tweets)
Today I Love The Day Slipping Away Today I love the day slipping away on me while I work steadily but lightly and casually at having an easy day. I love that a piano has been moved … ...
Ending the Year on a High Note I have to confess: It’s been a wild ride of a year for me, and not all of it’s been positive. So I’m writing this for myself as well as … ...
Why We Cry When Celebrities Die   There are many different things that help all of us get through tough or trying times in our lives; things that help us dry our tears or help us … ...
E-therapy Provider Talkspace Under Fire, CEO Oren Frank Responds... Talkspace, one of the latest attempts to try and provide online therapy (a modality available to people since 1996), is under fire yet again. This time it comes from Cat Ferguson writing over at The Verge, questioning Talkspace’s patient anonymity protections and the use of … ...
9 New Facts About Attraction We Learned in 2016 Do opposites attract? The kind of people who have more sex. Why men shouldn't try to sound sexy, and more... 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
Let Food Be Thy Medicine Since the ancient times, food has been hailed as a restorative factor in our lives. A phrase attributed to Hippocrates, known as the father of medicine, says it all: “Let … ...
How to Take a Beating Outside of the sport of boxing, where participants learn to parry and roll with the punches, there is little instruction available on how to take a (psychological) beating.
ADHD Time Management Problems and Solutions Time can be tricky. Sometimes there’s too much of it. Sometimes there isn’t enough. To make things worse, people with ADHD tend to generally have problems planning ahead, and planning … ...
Medication Overuse, Underuse, or All of the Above? It seems like we have the capacity to care about medication overuse or a lack of psychiatric treatment. Why not both?
Looking for Sobriety? Here Are 8 Unusual Treatment Programs...   Most treatment facilities provide group therapy, individual counseling sessions, holistic therapies, physical education and often a physician-managed detox center. Some rehabs offer more programs and perks than others, but … ...
7 Reasons Forgiveness Is Your Nature Forgiveness, most agree, is the right thing to do. It’s also an inner ability to access certain resources and cultivate the strength and courage needed to choose to take the higher road.  And the higher … ...
7 Reasons Forgiveness Is Your True Nature Forgiveness, most agree, is the right thing to do. It’s also an inner ability to access certain resources and cultivate the strength and courage needed to choose to take the higher road.  Arguably, it’s a key aspect … ...
In-Visioning Your Life “Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will.”- George Bernard Shaw Do you have … ...
It’s Time to Banish New Year’s Resolutions One of the most difficult therapeutic processes is confronting the forgotten oaths/promises/resolutions a person has unconsciously internalized which continue to cause harm. Oaths are made to never forget the pain of a broken heart. Promises are forged of not turning into a dysfunctional parent. Resolutions … ...
You May Need to Rethink Medication for ADHD Let me start by saying that the decision to give medication to a child always rests with the parent. If a parent feels uncomfortable about medication, they should not be shamed or coerced into feeling differently. That being said, there is a lot of misinformation … ...
The late effects of stress: New insights into how the brain responds to trauma A new study has shown how a single instance of severe stress can lead to delayed trauma. A stressful incident can lead to increased electrical activity in a brain region known as the amygdala. This activity is delayed and is dependent on a molecule known as the N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor (NMDA-R), a protein on nerve cells known to be crucial for memory functions.
The Myth of “As Soon As” Linda: There can be a lot of ideas floating around in our mind that aren’t actually true. They are a series of stories, excuses, justifications, rationalizations, and procrastination. One pervasive … ...
5 Lessons Carrie Fisher Taught Us Do you ever feel like you're stuck on the dark side? Help isn't far away.