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Are You a Good Candidate for Psychoanalytic Treatment? As we enter into the new year and make our resolutions for the times ahead, I wanted to go back to the beginning and answer the question “Are you a … ...
Reflections on the New Year: 2016 as a Time of Hope Reflections on the New Year: 2016 as a Time of Hope Generally, I am asked to comment before New Year’s Eve, to tell you all the things about going out … ...
The Key To Making New Year Resolutions Work Many people will create resolutions, actually about 44% of all adults. However, most will fail. This is statistically proven; according to a University of Scranton survey, only 8% will succeed. … ...
Starting Off the New Year as the Best Partner... Most of us want to be the best partner we can be. But often we get caught up in work and completing day-to-day responsibilities. We get caught up in the continuous buzzing of our own worries and what-ifs. “We go, go, go until something requires … ...
Weightless Wishes for the New Year May you appreciate your body exactly as it is. And when you don’t, may you forgive yourself and extend a bit of self-compassion. May you forgive yourself for whatever mistake … ...
Dementia loved ones 'benefit from visits' People with dementia feel happy long after a visit or experience they may have forgotten.
Healthy New Year's resolutions aren't just for adults One resolution for any child, regardless of age, is talking to a parent or trusted adult when feeling scared, lonely or has to make a difficult decision.
Fear and Shame on New Year's Day The Roman god Janus, for whom January is named, had two faces. One looked back to the past; the other looked forward. As we do this today, let's talk about how this makes us feel.
Happy New Year 2016! I’m blown away by the fact that another year has come and gone already. Maybe it’s just me, but some years seem to go by more quickly than others. Perhaps that’s a sign that it’s been a particularly good year. In dealing with mental health … ...
Today I Love 2016 Today I love 2016 and its determination to conform. I love that when I woke up this morning the ground was covered in snow and there were sudden moments of … ...
10 Affirmations and Inspirational Quotes for New Beginnings Each...   Happy New Year to you and yours! (Or, if you prefer, Happy First Day of the Rest of Your Life)! In either case, why not make it an inspiring one? Start this … ...
Welcoming 2016. Introduction It’s a new year with new beginnings. Everyone is talking about New Year’s resolutions, and you begin to ask yourself what are your New Year’s Resolutions.  However, you have … ...
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Three Ways Parents Create Anger in Kids The best way to understand this concept is through a story. Ulla complained about her 6-year-old son’s angry behavior so she brought him in for an appointment. At first he seemed fine but then threw a temper tantrum when he did not get his way. … ...
All About Willpower It’s New Year’s resolutions time! Here’s a collection of articles plus an excellent book, to help you understand and harness the willpower to succeed in your new plans:   Do … ...
My Resolution for 2016: Cut the (Wireless) Internet Cord Like many people, I spend far too much time online, much of it truly wasting time, and it affects my work and play even when offline. So, guess what my 2016 resolution is?
The Curse of FOMO “Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.” — Gautama Buddha FOMO is an acronym for Fear of Missing Out, an affliction exponentially inspired by the holiday season. The omnipresent anxiety and regret that one is absent from social opportunities and novel events, is … ...
Best of Our Blogs: January 1, 2016 Happy New Year, readers! Here at Psych Central, we’re ready to help you start off 2016 with a bang, and what better way than to check out what our amazing bloggers have been up to the past few days? Keep reading to learn more about … ...
A New ADHD Year I am a big fan of not making resolutions. See, we get distracted, then we realize the world didn’t end so we get to procrastinating. Then we just either forget … ...