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5 Ways to Motivate a Child With ADHD Get what you want with less frustration! It should be simple, really: You ask your child to do something, and they do it! Getting fellow adults to do as you ask is challenging. But, with ADHD kids — all kids, actually — it is more … ...
Harambe wisecracks attack my mental health I am a journalist and my profession has been taking a lot of hits lately. Never mind that we are the ones who informed you about the Hillary’s emails and … ...
Today I Love This Perplexing Monday Today I love this perplexing Monday with its lack of crowds and it’s quiet distant roar of people going places that make no sense to my mind. I love that … ...
Lousy jobs hurt your health by the time you're in your 40s Job satisfaction in your late 20s and 30s has a link to overall health in your early 40s, according to a new nationwide study.
The Changing Reputation of Parents With Their Adolescent It can be hard for parents to lose their positive reputation with the child to the more negative reputation with the adolescent.
Watching thoughts -- and addiction -- form in the brain In a classic experiment, Ivan Pavlov conditioned dogs to salivate at the ringing of a bell. Now, scientists can see what happens in the brains of live animals during this experiment with a new technique. The approach could lead to a greater understanding of how we learn and develop addictions.
ADHD Games The Olympics have just ended. Did you watch them? Maybe you were one of the ones who attended? Maybe you even participated, some athletes have ADHD. I find the concept … ...
Preparing For The School Year With ADHD Introduction It is that time of year again. The summer months are winding down, and before you know it the school year will be beginning once again. This can be … ...
Alcoholic Dialect Continuum: Us, Them and a Lack of... The language we use conveys our attitudes about ourselves and others. More specifically, the words we use portray how we as a society and individuals perceive different groups. In the addictions field, language has a major impact on how we view and treat those affected … ...
The Many Conditions that Mimic Depression Finding the right diagnosis for any disorder requires a comprehensive evaluation. Because many illnesses share many of the same symptoms. Take symptoms such as headache, stomachache, dizziness, fatigue, lethargy, insomnia and appetite loss. There are countless conditions with these exact signs. Similarly, many mental illnesses … ...
The Therapist and the Stripper An attractive young woman in a short skirt crossed her well-defined legs as she sat before the young, inexperienced male psychotherapist. “I have this impulsive habit of seducing men,” she … ...
Aaron Sorkin – How To Write “The worst crime you can commit is telling the audience something they already know.” Aaron Sorkin He also comments in the video below: “You should be evangelical about Aristotle’s Poetics. … ...
A Big List of Books to Inspire Your Creating,... All working writers will tell you that in order to write well you have to read. A lot. After all, that’s how we learn. (Of course, this is in addition to … ...
How Sex Addiction Can Change Mental Illness I was married to a sex addict narcissist for close to 20 years. My father was a sex addict. I was a stripper many years ago and worked for many years around sex addicts. It started when I visited my father’s house on his weekend … ...
What Happens When a Malignant Narcissist Starts to Unravel? Miriam thought her new boyfriend Harry was handsome, charming, smart and funny. But suddenly, he wasn't. What had happened?
How Strong Relationships Can Improve Your Quality of Life... Back in March, I stumbled upon an interesting study one morning on CBS This Morning, addressing the question of “What makes a good life?” I had been thinking about my … ...
Money For Nothing, But The Chicks Aren't Free New research finds that altruists (or at least men) tend to have a greater degree of mating success. As usual, however, the matter is more complicated than that.
Some Days are Just Frustrating There are days when you almost leap out of bed, ready to welcome the early morning, ready to tackle your to-do list, ready to navigate whatever challenges come your way. You’re able … ...
8 Tips for Learning to Work with Your Stress Feeling overwhelmed? These tips are a total game-changer. Are you stressed? I’m not going to tell you to “relax.” Instead, I’ll actually show you how to regulate it. For many people, stress is a daily occurrence. When stress overruns your life, you’re left feeling “stressed … ...
Happy people see more value in silver and bronze Olympic medals, study finds Happy people value and appreciate Olympic silver and bronze medals more than unhappy people, a recent study revealed. The study, published in June 2016 in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, examined the happiness of participants and the value they place on the three Olympic medals. The research stemmed from the competition between the United [...]