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8. April 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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listen up forthe goodof your relationship

Listen Up! For the Good of Your Relationship

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

listen up forthe goodof your relationship
Give your partner a little time and breathing room if they’re struggling to communicate their thoughts, concerns or needs - especially if the topic is emotional or directly concerns your relationship. If you feel you are being attacked by an aggressive tone and language, say so (calmly) —but try to refrain from retaliating with angry retorts of your own. Likewise, if you feel like he or she is bringing up ancient history that is not germane to the topic at hand, say that too. However, if you can try to steer the conversation back to a more productive back-and-forth, do so. [More]

7. April 2014 05:55
by Rachel Eddins
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are youan emotional eater

Are You an Emotional Eater?

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

are youan emotional eater
We all emotionally eat some of the time. Eating emotionally is a normal part of life. At weddings, celebrating birthdays, or during holidays we may eat when we're not really hungry. When food becomes the primary coping strategy, emotional eating can get out of control.
We all emotionally eat some of the time. Eating emotionally is a normal part of life. At weddings, celebrating birthdays, or during holidays we may eat when we're not really hungry. When food becomes the primary coping strategy, emotional eating can get out of control. [More]

6. April 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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adult adhd the journeyfrom childhoodto adulthood

Adult ADHD: The Journey from Childhood to Adulthood

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

adult adhd the journeyfrom childhoodto adulthood
Many of the symptoms that seemed so problematic in childhood (school and peer relations) are easier to manage (for some). But, with the advent of adulthood comes new responsibilities, physical changes and competing expectations. This often requires new skills and abilities that are not in our repertoire. It is during the initial transition to adulthood that many young people with ADHD get lost on their journey. [More]

5. April 2014 05:55
by Sheila Sayani
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positive waysto use social mediato connecttoyour childs world

Positive Ways to Use Social Media to Connect to your Child's World

5. April 2014 05:55 by Sheila Sayani | Comments

positive waysto use social mediato connecttoyour childs world
While there are many precautions that should be considered when it comes to children/teens and social media, we have come to a time when facing it with a positive attitude may be the key to helping children use these mediums appropriately. Some curiosity, exploration and healthy discussion with your children can go a long way. So, the next time you see your child giggling at something on their phone, engage them in a conversation. Learn their language so you can speak their language. [More]

4. April 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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does halle berry havea split personality second picture

Does Halle Berry Have a Split Personality?

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

does halle berry havea split personality second picture
DID is a rare mental illness that results most often from early trauma, such as incest, repeated child abuse or sexual assault. People with DID develop distinct personalities referred to as ‘alters’. A person with DID may have as many as 100 or as few as 2 different alters. The alters usually differ greatly; some may be very young and vulnerable (a victim personality), while others may be aggressive or violent (a protector personality). [More]

3. April 2014 05:55
by Caleen Martin
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takingbackcontrolofchronicpainthroughsocialmedia

Taking back control of chronic pain through social media

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

takingbackcontrolofchronicpainthroughsocialmedia
Chronic pain patients can and often do feel like they have no control in their lives. We have to rely on doctors, medication, tests and treatments that aren't very effective. We have to rely on family and friends who don't understand to help care for us. We have to fight with insurance companies and social assistance for disability benefits.
Chronic pain patients can and often do feel like they have no control in their lives. We have to rely on doctors, medication, tests and treatments that aren't very effective. We have to rely on family and friends who don't understand to help care for us. We have to fight with insurance companies and social assistance for disability benefits. [More]

2. April 2014 05:55
by Rachel Eddins
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caringfor yourself when burned outin your career

Caring for Yourself When Burned Out in Your Career

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

caringfor yourself when burned outin your career
When we’re very stressed out, burned out and overwhelmed we are unable to see the forest through the trees. It’s common to be thinking, “I need a break, I need to go on a vacation, or I just need to sleep. I can’t possibly imagine what to do next in my career, but I want a career change!” When you’re burned out or exhausted it is very difficult to see objectively what changes need to be made to have a more satisfying career. [More]

1. April 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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dating after divorce

Dating After Divorce

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

dating after divorce
No matter how long a divorce has been in the making, the idea of actually dating again is going to feel a bit surreal, at least in the beginning. It’s been years or maybe decades since you’ve socialized romantically with anyone other than your ex; chances are, you never expected to do so again. The first order of business is simply to take your time. Divorce is an enormous adjustment, almost akin to mourning the death of a loved one. [More]

31. March 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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adult adhd other soft signsand related issues

Adult ADHD: Other Soft Signs and Related Issues

31. March 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

adult adhd other soft signsand related issues
ADHD in adults has many symptoms. The ones that are usually associated with ADHD may be easily recognized, but there are others that look like or create additional problems that can rise to the level of separate psychiatric disorders if not managed carefully. Some adults with ADHD may have recognized the ‘soft signs’ of ADHD in childhood and adolescence, but many do not acknowledge these (or confuse them with other problems) until adulthood. The following list is probably not all inclusive, but a good overview of the most common soft signs in the literature. [More]

30. March 2014 05:55
by Theravive
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defeatingthe food pushers

Defeating the Food Pushers

30. March 2014 05:55 by Theravive | Comments

defeatingthe food pushers
For many people, social environment can make or break a diet. Food is a very social concept. The choices we make are often impacted by those around us: what they’re eating, how much they’re eating, and how they respond to our choices can positively or negatively impact our weight and health. Food-Pushers are people who, for whatever reason, offer or “force” foods or portions that are not aligned with your needs and preferences. [More]
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