1. What To Do When You’re Feeling Defeated

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    “If things are going catastrophically awry, you are allowed to wallow, of course you are — but for exactly four minutes. Here’s what to start during minute five. By Amy Shearn 1. Pull a Pixar What you’re feeling: Your pink slip/parking ticket/deadline/social gaffe snowballed into a huge pile of panic....
  2. 10 Ways to Know It’s Time to Leave Your Relationship

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    “How do I know when it’s time to call it quits on my relationship?” I often hear this question from my clients. Unless there is physical danger in staying in the relationship, I generally advise my clients to stay until they understand and heal their end of the relationship system....
  3. Five Myths About Young People and Social Media

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    “Teenagers have always been attracted to public spaces where they can hang out with friends, find new friends, and talk endlessly with peers about matters that concern them, away from parents and other authority figures. Such gatherings are crucial to human development; they are how teenagers expand their social horizons,...
  4. Benefits of Group Therapy in Eating Disorder Treatment

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    What is group therapy? Group therapy is a foundational part of eating disorder treatment. It is an opportunity for individuals to come together to honestly discuss issues they are struggling with, and to focus on specific topics related to their eating disorder and recovery issues. Clinicians are present to guide...
  5. Quitting Self-Injury

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    “We have recently witnessed the dramatic rise and spread of self-injury, the deliberate, non-suicidal destruction of one’s own body tissue, such as self-cutting, burning, branding, scratching, and more. In gathering data for our new book, The Tender Cut (NYU Press), we talked to a lot of people about their self-injurious...
  6. Childhood Stress Can Result in Brain Changes

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    “Researchers report that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can detect structural changes in the brain among abused or emotionally neglected children. The alterations appear to occur when children with a particular genetic makeup are abused predisposing the child to depression.” Read the Full Article: http://psychcentral.com/news/2010/03/01/childhood-stress-can-result-in-brain-changes/11733.html
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    The Fantasy of Perfect Love

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    How idealizing our partners helps and harms us. A great set of articles by experts. How Fantasies Ruin Relationships Looking for true love? You may need to wake up. by Lisa Firestone, Ph.D. Can’t Live Without You What the Twilight saga reveals about our love fantasies. by Lisa Firestone, Ph.D....
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