Category: Blog

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Feb 12 2015

What is Self-Harm and How Do You Deal with it in Children & Teens?

 What is Self-Harm and How Do You Deal with it in Children & Teens? – Vol. 298, February 12, 2015 I am sitting in front of one of my bulimic clients taking her Detailed Personal History. In answering a question that I asked regarding her ever having felt so depressed that she wanted to take her …

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Feb 05 2015

How To Help Your Teen Grieve the Loss of a Friend

 How To Help Your Teen Grieve the Loss of a Friend – Vol. 297, February 5, 2015 Though the number of teens dying has gone down according to the National Center for Health Statistics, an average of 16,375 teenagers 12 – 19 died from 1999 to 2008. That equals 49.5 deaths per 100,000 population. Motor …

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Jan 29 2015

What are You Doing To Make Yourself Happy These Days?

  What are You Doing To Make Yourself Happy These Days? – Vol. 296, Jan. 29, 2013 It is a very subtle thing that happens when we find ourselves in a place where we are angry, irritable and short with people. One day we seem happy enough in our lives, doing those things that we do …

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Jan 22 2015

Do Your Speak Your Truth or Just Allow Others to Run Over You?

 Do Your Speak Your Truth or Just Allow Others to Run Over You? -Vol. 295, Jan. 22, 2013  There are many people in the world who feel that it is easier to allow others to have their way, then to create any sort of discomfort for another. I have seen many of these types of …

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Jan 15 2015

Teens Enjoy The Benefits Of Meditation: Decreases Stress & Increases Grades in School

  Teens Enjoy The Benefits Of Meditation: Decreases Stress & Increases Grades in School – Vol. 294, Jan. 15, 2015 What would happen if teens were able to go inside themselves and find peacefulness and calm? According to the neuroscience done by Harvard University, many very positive results would come about. There are many reasons for …

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Jan 08 2015

Your Pain May Not Be What You Think It Is

   Your Pain May Not Be What You Think It Is – Vol. 293, Jan. 8, 2015 Many people believe that the pain only indicates that there is something physically wrong with you. It is true that the pain is there to tell you that there is something that needs to be addressed. With that in …

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Jan 01 2015

What’s Up For Your New Year? How About Some Fun?

 What’s Up For Your New Year? – Vol. 292, Jan. 1, 2015  So many people make New Year’s resolutions and yet very few make it past the first few weeks before they give up. There is a reason for this to happen. Mainly its because people are socialized as to what is expected of them like …

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