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Setting Boundaries Around the Holidays

The holidays are a good time to set boundaries. That’s because there are a lot more demands coming from all directions, said Meredith Janson, MA, LPC, a relationship expert and therapist in private practice in Washington, D.C. 868 more words

Trauma Survivors Aren’t Disgusting

Something I hear all too often from other abuse survivors is that they feel disgusting. Having been sexually abused makes us feel repulsive. People of all ages from every stage of healing have encountered this feeling at some point, and it may very well come up again and again. 515 more words

Teen Depression and Suicide: The Tough Lessons I Learned

There are important warning signs — knowing them could save someone close to you.

It started out like any other Friday Fall morning. The foliage was slowly turning to stunning yellows, reds and oranges. 822 more words

Building a child's psychology - An Opinion


is true that children need quality time with parents and whoever playing the role of a guardian. I need to write on this today since I personally feel a need for the same.

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Child Psychology

மேகி நூடுல்ஸ் மீண்டும் விற்பனைக்கு ...

நீதிமன்ற தடை, கலாட்டாக்களுக்குப் பிறகு மேகி நூடுல்ஸ் மீண்டும் விற்பனைக்கு வந்திருக்கிறது. சீஸன் 2 – மேகி நூடுல்ஸ் எப்படி…

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Child Psychology

ADHD Overdiagnosis? Most Done After Checklists, Neuropsychological Testing

A lot of people have gotten this idea — myself included — that a diagnosis for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is pretty easily obtained. I’ve been led to believe this by media hype about the “overdiagnosis” of ADHD. 739 more words

What I Learned from Slowing Down

On a daily basis, there are tragic events happening all across the world. We read it in the newspaper, see it on television, hear it on the radio, and even see it on our Twitter feeds. 696 more words