Three Ways to Get Your Teen to Take Your Advice — Parenting ADHD & Autism

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Teenagers are notorious for throwing away their parents’ advice like yesterday’s news, but there are a few tactics you can use to work your lessons into their lives. We have three secrets that will make your teenagers actually listen to your advice.

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Two Things Your Marriage Must Have To Survive — Dr Nicholas Jenner

There are many theories and models available to inform us what makes a good marriage. Many talk about trust, honesty, faithfulness and effective communication skills. All of these factors are relevant and are essential elements of a good relationship. . . 614 more words

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Not Being In A Relationship — DSM (Defeating Stigma Mindfully)

Many people become way too worried about not being in a relationship. They believe that if they hit a certain age, their chances of finding someone meaningful goes down. What they are experiencing is the perceived pressure that society puts on them. The reality is that if you believe wholeheartedly that you will meet someone significant, then it shall be done for you.

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Functional Neurology: How Obesity Can Affect Brain Health — HUMAN PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGY

Research studies demonstrated that brain health may ultimately be associated with obesity. Scientists also reported that obesity affects the overall size and function of the brain, as well as specifically altering certain neuronal circuits… 46 more words

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One Night Without Sleep Could Trigger Epigenetic Changes and Weight Gain — Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD

Even just one night of sleep loss could lead to epigenetic changes that tweak our metabolism and regulation of gene expression, a new study suggests. Researchers at Uppsala University found that one night without sleep was linked to alteration of the human epigenome, weight gain, and the loss of lean muscle mass. Previous research has shown that skipping sleep […]

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7 simple mantras that will improve your mental health — Mental health from the other side

A mantra is a word or phrase repeated again and again, normally during meditation. But don’t worry, we won’t be doing any yoga, drum beating, chanting or dancing in the streets today. However, please feel free – if this floats your boat. Mantras can be a sound (like “OM” – we’re not going to use this) […]

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A Marriage Counsellor Explains The Emotional Languages of a Happy Relationship — Thrive Global

Modern research has taught us a lot about what keeps people in love — and what makes them fall out of love.

There are dozens of research that teach us a lot about what keeps people in love. Many of them point to the importance of work and effort. Successful relationships emerge when two people invest in their relationship — over time their love becomes stronger, more exciting, and full of fresh emotions and feelings.

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Relationships For Creative, Sensitive, Intuitive, Analytical Overthinkers — Where Do You Start? — Your Rainforest Mind

You think a lot. Some would say that you overthink. You feel deeply. Some would say that you over-feel. You love learning. Some would say that you over-research and over-read. You have very high standards and expectations. Some would say that you over-analyze. You are concerned about the future of the planet. Some would say […]

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The Invisibility Of Depression — DSM (Defeating Stigma Mindfully)

 

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Depression is like an invisible dark cloud that hovers in the stratosphere, looming all around us and ready to attack when in our weakest states of mind. The invisibility of depression can be observed through the actions of those affected: avolition, abulia, apathy, anhedonia and more. Sadness in the shadows is much more common than you would think.

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Drug Addiction Treatment in Mental Health — SENIOR ACCREDITED PSYCHOTHERAPIST-Dr.Fawzy Masaoud-LONDON, ENGLAND

There are many addictive drugs, and treatments for specific drugs can differ. Treatment also varies depending on the characteristics of the patient. Problems associated with an individual’s drug addiction can vary significantly. People who are addicted to drugs come from all walks of life. Many suffer from mental health, occupational, health, or social problems that […]

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Children and Divorce — Parenting Today dot ga

Children and Divorce: What happens after? Summary: The greatest issue of divorce is the children because it is they who will witness a breaking of a union, something which they have little or no inkling about. The greatest issue of divorce is the children. It is because every divorce can change lives –all the lives…

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Why Do Some People Cheat in Relationships and Others Remain Faithful? — Damon Ashworth Psychology

With the development of the internet, dating websites, social media, smartphones and dating apps, it is now easier than ever for someone to cheat on their partner or spouse. This same technology can also make it easier to get caught too, due to the potential digital trail that is created with each of these unscrupulous […]

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What is Freedom? — The Science of Psychotherapy

As often happens via social media, a stimulating quote by Buddhist teacher Ken McLeod found its way into my email box. “What is freedom? It is the moment-by-moment experience of not being run by one’s own reactive mechanisms.” This idea immediately caught my fancy. 25 more words

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