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4. January 2014 18:00
by Saranya Tracey
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Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse: Both Men and Women

4. January 2014 18:00 by Saranya Tracey | Comments

adult survivorsof child sexual abuse both menand women
Over the years I have had many patients who knowingly or unknowingly come to my office with the issue of child sexual abuse. One out of every three women and one out of every six men have been abused as a child in our society.
Over the years I have had many patients who knowingly or unknowingly come to my office with the issue of child sexual abuse. One out of every three women and one out of every six men have been abused as a child in our society. [More]

4. January 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Helping Children Cope with the Loss of an Unborn Child

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

helping children copewiththe lossofan unborn child
The pain of losing a pregnancy is not just felt by the mother and father, but also on the children. Children cope differently, and here are a few tell tale signs your child is grieving, and what to do to help them.
The pain of losing a pregnancy is not just felt by the mother and father, but also on the children. Children cope differently, and here are a few tell tale signs your child is grieving, and what to do to help them. [More]

3. January 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Winning Over Your In-Laws (When You Know They're Not Fans!)

3. January 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

winning over your in laws
Winning over tough in-laws is worth the patience and pride-swallowing effort as it may lead to a more harmonious relationship that will become more fulfilling and rewarding for years to come.
Winning over tough in-laws is worth the patience and pride-swallowing effort as it may lead to a more harmonious relationship that will become more fulfilling and rewarding for years to come. [More]

3. January 2014 05:55
by Theravive
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Alzheimer’s Disease: Delaying the Onset is the Best Line of Defense

3. January 2014 05:55 by Theravive | Comments

alzheimers disease delayingthe onsetisthe best lineof defense
Alzheimer’s Disease, a form of dementia, is a progressive brain disease and is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. Sufferers live an average of eight years after symptoms become noticeable, but may live up to twenty years after symptoms manifest themselves. FB- Alzheimer's Disease is a scary word for aging adults and their loved ones. Learn the symptoms and multicomponent approach to battling this disease in this latest blog entry from Theravive. [More]

2. January 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Handing Over Legacies from One Generation to the Next

2. January 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

handing over legaciesfrom one generationtothe next
People pass along their legacies in many ways – wealth, belongings, values and more personal things, like photographs, diaries and recipes. It is left to us the living to keep the memories going that accompany these valuables.
People pass along their legacies in many ways – wealth, belongings, values and more personal things, like photographs, diaries and recipes. It is left to us the living to keep the memories going that accompany these valuables. [More]

1. January 2014 05:55
by Stephanie Ng
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the useof animal assisted therapyfor childrenwith special needs

The Use of Animal-Assisted Therapy for Children with Special Needs

1. January 2014 05:55 by Stephanie Ng | Comments

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Therapy with animals can be an alternative approach to traditional face-to-face treatment with the special needs population. While animal-assisted therapy is a newer form of treatment, early research has suggested its effectiveness, especially with children with pervasive developmental disorders.
Therapy with animals can be an alternative approach to traditional face-to-face treatment with the special needs population. While animal-assisted therapy is a newer form of treatment, early research has suggested its effectiveness, especially with children with pervasive developmental disorders. [More]

31. December 2013 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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New Year’s Resolutions- How to Be Realistic

31. December 2013 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

new years resolutions howto be realistic
‘Tis the season for making broad and sweeping resolutions in the upcoming year. This year, try something different. Consider setting reasonable short and long term goals with measurable action steps that lead to successful execution.
‘Tis the season for making broad and sweeping resolutions in the upcoming year. This year, try something different. Consider setting reasonable short and long term goals with measurable action steps that lead to successful execution. [More]

30. December 2013 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Adult ADHD: Emotional Regulation and Dual Diagnosis

30. December 2013 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. FB- Adults living with ADHD are often misdiagnosed or only diagnosed with the singular disorder of ADHD. This can be a problem since one in two adults who live with ADHD, also have a secondary emotional disorder that can go un-diagnosed and untreated. [More]

29. December 2013 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Moving Forward After Child Loss

29. December 2013 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

11 24 13 moving on after lossof child
After the loss of a child everything changes. Often our long held beliefs are shaken, as well as any sense of trust and protection we may have felt previously. It can be difficult to know how to go on with life, particularly when it comes to making a decision about having another child.
After the loss of a child everything changes. Often our long held beliefs are shaken, as well as any sense of trust and protection we may have felt previously. It can be difficult to know how to go on with life, particularly when it comes to making a decision about having another child. [More]

28. December 2013 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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coping with mental health conditions without family

Coping with Mental Health Conditions Without Family Support

28. December 2013 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

coping with mental health conditions without family
Learning to live with and manage a mental health condition is tough enough without the additional stress of denial and outright disbelief of family members.
Learning to live with and manage a mental health condition is tough enough without the additional stress of denial and outright disbelief of family members. [More]
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