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Holidays are here again ... and again and again

 

Hanukah                                                                Christmas

                                         Most families with chronically ill relatives dread holiday time when other families are all happy and looking forward to yet another happy get-together, while they dread holiday time.  590 more words

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Teachers who are in a depression

This is the third and last in a series of three blogs on depression

As any teacher knows, students feast on any perceived weakness they can possibly find, especially in a new teacher. 259 more words

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Depression while at High School

This is the second in a series of three blogs on depression.

I was an A student but my grades were slipping and my teachers started losing patience with me. 355 more words

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What not to say to a person with a mental illness

My son cringed when someone said; ‘For heaven’s sake find something to do with your time. You need a distraction.’BUT ignoring his illness did not help either. 311 more words

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Getting Rid of the Guilt by Nina Bingham

Today, I would like to introduce my guest blogger, Nina Bingham whose article you can read below:

Getting Rid of the Guilt by Nina Bingham… 586 more words

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Is laughter the best medicine? ........

                                      

The dopamine found in our brains is also known as the reward hormone as it regulates mood, attention, learning and motivation. Dopamine also triggers feelings of pleasure. 413 more words

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