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20. April 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Parenting a Child With a Physical Disability

20. April 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

parentinga child witha physical disability
New parents often anticipate each new development in their babies with excitement and anticipation. As babies reach new milestones, parents and siblings applaud and cheer, eager for the next celebration. The normal ages and stages in child development allow for some wiggle-room, usually a range of a few weeks to a few of months for different tasks. When babies do not reach developmental milestones within the given range, it could mean the child has a problem. [More]

19. April 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Adult ADHD: Emotional Regulation and Dual Diagnosis

19. April 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

adult adhd emotional regulationand dual diagnosis
Adults with ADHD often have a dual diagnosis of ADHD and one of these or other disorders. As many as 50% of adults with ADHD report also having depression, and the same number report problems with anxiety.
Adults with ADHD often have a dual diagnosis of ADHD and one of these or other disorders. As many as 50% of adults with ADHD report also having depression, and the same number report problems with anxiety. [More]

18. April 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Coming to Terms with Your Teenager's Coming of Age

18. April 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

comingto termswith your teenagers comingof age
The time when your teenager moves toward adulthood is an important time; however, it can be among the most difficult for a child AND their parents. Books, music, and movies many times refer to the theme of coming of age and relay the challenges associated in the transition. For families, this is a most emotional time because parents often are faced with disappointment and broken hearts as they feel their child no longer needs them, while their teenager is separating from them and developing new social circles. And although most teenagers are excited about this time in their lives, some are saddened or miss the safety that they had in their childhoods. [More]

17. April 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Binge Drinking: A Socially Acceptable Addiction?

17. April 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

binge drinking a socially acceptable addiction
Addictions come in many forms. However, drinking to the point of intoxication on the weekends is often considered socially acceptable, especially among young adults and college kids. In fact, many consider it a rite of passage to adulthood. Over 50% of the alcohol consumed in the US is from binge drinking.
Addictions come in many forms. However, drinking to the point of intoxication on the weekends is often considered socially acceptable, especially among young adults and college kids. In fact, many consider it a rite of passage to adulthood. Over 50% of the alcohol consumed in the US is from binge drinking. [More]

16. April 2014 05:55
by Rachel Eddins
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How to Make a Career Change

16. April 2014 05:55 by Rachel Eddins | Comments

howto makea career change
Are you considering a career change or in the midst of a career transition? No matter how urgent it feels to make a decision quickly, take some time to do some self exploration first. Your career is an investment in a large portion of your life. It's a good idea to line your next career up with what is important to you.
Are you considering a career change or in the midst of a career transition? No matter how urgent it feels to make a decision quickly, take some time to do some self exploration first. Your career is an investment in a large portion of your life. It's a good idea to line your next career up with what is important to you. [More]

15. April 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Let it Go or Let Them Know? When to Speak Up

15. April 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

letit goor let them know whento speak up
There are a multitude of reasons why people remain silent, even when something in a relationship is really bothering them. Maybe you dislike conflict. You think you score points by always saying the right thing. Or maybe you have a tendency to downplay your own concerns, because living with them is easier than risking offending your partner or even making them angry and causing tension between the two of you. [More]

14. April 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Obesity: The Emotional Connection

14. April 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

obesity the emotional connection second picture
One of the greatest ironies about human behavior is that deprivation and overindulgence often result in similar outcomes. Children who grow up without enough – food, love, structure and safety – often fill the void with food once it is available. Some of these people become obese over time, but even those who do not may overeat or misuse food for emotional reasons. Recent information from the Food Research and Action Center cites several studies that suggest that food insecurity (people who do not have enough food to eat on a regular basis) and overweight and/or obesity coexist in as many as 1/3 of women. [More]

13. April 2014 05:55
by Caleen Martin
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Surviving chronic pain. Making stress your ally and not an enemy

13. April 2014 05:55 by Caleen Martin | Comments

survivingchronicpain makingstressyourallyandnotanenemy
We've been told that stress is harmful to our health, that it increases our pain levels but what if that was a misconception? What if there was a way of making stress work for us rather than against us. It's all about perception. Stress is only harmful to us when we believe it is.
We've been told that stress is harmful to our health, that it increases our pain levels but what if that was a misconception? What if there was a way of making stress work for us rather than against us. It's all about perception. Stress is only harmful to us when we believe it is. [More]

12. April 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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fetal alcohol spectrum disorders

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

12. April 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) are a range of conditions that can affect a baby exposed to alcohol prenatally. The term is not a clinical diagnosis, but includes a range of diagnoses that are related to alcohol exposure in utero. The problems children experience as a result of fetal alcohol exposure are physical, intellectual/learning and psychological impairment. Often children will experience all of these problems. [More]

11. April 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Do You Have a Workplace "Spouse"?

11. April 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

do you havea workplace spouse
You don’t have to be a therapist to know that becoming close to a colleague can potentially lead to becoming more than just friends. One needs to be aware of the danger signs, especially if they’re already in a committed relationship (with someone outside the office, that is). To be clear, it is possible to work closely with a person of the opposite sex without crossing the line into intimacy or a full-blown affair. The key is setting boundaries and sticking to them. [More]
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