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Take A Deep Breath! Philadelphia Not Among Most Stressed Cities

By John McDevitt

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Feeling stressed? CNNMoney ranks the most stressful cities in the nation and Philadelphia wasn’t in the top ten.

Data for 55 cities with populations of one-million or more was collected to come up with 15 of the biggest indicators of stress — including things like unemployment, divorces and commute times. 206 more words


Of design and the blockheads at the American Psychiatry Association , World Health Organisation, UNAIDS etc

“Sometimes  the role  of  the intelligent man is  simply  to point  out  the obvious”

……… George  Orwell …….

In 1973  the American Psychiatry Association  (APA) 1,020 more words

10 Things Parents Should Know To Protect Their Child/Teen From Sexual Abuse

Unfortunately, sexual abuse of children and teens is far too common. Countless studies have shown that children do not openly express to adults what is happening to them. 1,256 more words

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Psychologists Warn of Climate Change “Ecoanxiety”


Psychologists Warn of Climate Change “Ecoanxiety”

PJ Media ^ | July 3, 2014 | by PAULA BOLYARDPosted on 7/3/2014, 8:00:28 AM by Oldeconomybuyer

A study sponsored by the… 418 more words

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Debates On Asexuality And Whether They Help Or Hinder The Community

From time to time, I read on Facebook questions on what makes a person asexual. Let me pose a different question: is asexuality a genuine sexual orientation? 274 more words

My Thoughts

Houston is the 5th most stressed-out city.

CNNMoney and the American Psychological Association have rated Houston as the 5th most stressed-out city in the United States. According to the Washington Post article… 162 more words


The lasting impact of neglect

@APA #KirstenWeir #ChildAbuse #Neglect #MentalHealth

Via The lasting impact of neglect.

Psychologists are studying how early deprivation harms children — and how best to help those who have suffered from neglect. 2,160 more words

Child Abuse