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Antidotes for the Worrying Mind

by Beth Kurland, Ph.D.

For better or worse, we’ve inherited a worrying brain. This was really good news for our ancestors, who had to survive harsh conditions and constant predators and did so by being able to pay close attention to potential threats and...
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Is Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN) Finally Becoming A Household Term?

by Jonice Webb PhD

The What Way back in 2008, I began to notice a distinct pattern of struggles among the patients in my psychology practice. I knew that I was seeing the footprint … ...
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Cyberbullying Victims May Be Twice as Likely to Self-Harm and Show Suicidal Behaviors

by Janice Wood

Children and young people under 25 who are victims of cyberbullying are more than twice as likely to self-harm and exhibit suicidal behavior, according to a new U.K. study. But … ...
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Hour of Mindfulness Meditation May Help Anxiety, Cardiovascular Health

by Traci Pedersen

Just a single one-hour session of mindfulness meditation can offer psychological and cardiovascular benefits to adults with mild to moderate anxiety, according to a new study by researchers at Michigan … ...
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