Tag: work

Oct 20 2014

Sexual Abuse Lingers for Decades: Is This Creating Issues in Your Life? – Vol. 110, July 21, 2011

It has just been reported that sexual abuse lingers for decades. I would say that anyone who has been a victim of it female or male would have been able to tell you this from the beginning of time. This article addresses the true cost in terms of health and socioeconomic terms

Oct 06 2014

How Committed Are You To Feeling Better? – Vol. 109, July 14, 2011

Are you willing to get rid of all the excuses as to why it is that you are unable to follow your health care practitioner’s advise for what it takes to feel better? Donna N. tells of what it took for her to succeed at her treatment.

Sep 15 2014

When someone says “I need help”, offer helping hands without agenda – Vol.150, May 25, 2012

Over the last few months I have been working with clients who have had others pay for their services be it a parent or a spouse, ex-partner and even an employer in one case. The person who is paying for the services wants the client to be healthier and happier or so they believe. In …

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Sep 08 2014

Mental Disorders: The Sad Truth About Eating Disorder Treatment – Vol. 153, June 15

There is this idea in the majority of the eating disorder treatment centers that they have a better idea of how to heal eating disordered people than the eating disordered themselves. In many of these places it is thought that the main issue to be resolved is the ending of the compulsive behaviors that make …

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Jun 16 2014

How to Help Someone with Depression: Show You Care – Vol. 146, April 27, 2012

We all need to know that we matter to our friends and family and yet I find it interesting that most people haven’t a clue in how to go about doing that. Maybe the real problem is that they haven’t an idea in how important it is to let others know that they do in …

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May 05 2014

Why Is Suicide the #3 Killer of kids 15 -24 Years of Age? – Vol.107, June 30, 2011

According to the National Institute of health suicide is the number one killer of 15 to 24 year olds. This is true even though many of these kids have all the material things they could desire. There are many reasons for this to occur. Inside this article find out what to look for and how you can help curtail this problem.

Apr 24 2014

Transformation of Self Through Work

Transformation of Self Through Work – Vol. 254, April 24, 2014    For many people work represents boredom, hatred, ill will. This is a sad truth for over 75% of Americans who can’t stand their jobs. Many entered their jobs because someone close to them told them that the way to make money was to study …

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