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  • Rigidity versus Flexibility: The Key to Mental Health
    Over recent decades the use of rigid language in our thought patterns has become a prominent focus in the understanding of problematic human behavior and emotional functioning. The origins of […] link to source

  • Searching for Self
    “I used to spend hours when I was a kid just looking in the mirror, trying to figure out if I was handsome or not. It just depended on the […] link to source

  • Treatment of Hoarding-Induced Trauma and Perpetration
    The American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic Standards Manual, Edition V (2013) reports that between 2 and 6% of the general population have a hoarding disorder. Once considered a type of obsessive […] link to source

  • Book Review: Insane Consequences
    I have read Insane Consequences: How the Mental Health Industry Fails the Mentally Ill a couple of times and am still contemplating it. It also inspired me to research further […] link to source

  • Book Review: Dreaming on Both Sides of the Brain
    Author Doris Cohen’s subtitle for Dreaming on Both Sides of the Brain is “Discover the Secret Language of the Night.” This is an appropriate way to look at dreaming, I […] link to source

  • Book Review: Dancing With Your Baby
    “Because dancing with a baby is so instinctive, compelling, and carefree, we likely aren’t aware of its importance,” writes Sue Doherty in her new book, Dancing With Your Baby: The […] link to source

  • Book Review: You’re the Only One I Can Tell
    When women bring up a problem they are having, men tend to jump in with ideas about how to solve it, whereas other women are more likely to commiserate. Different […] link to source

  • Book Review: How To Survive Your Childhood Now That You’re An Adult
    The search for better is inherent in us all. It may appear as the drive toward economic success, public validation, or improved relationships. However, the primary thing we desire, according […] link to source

  • Book Review: Everyday Mindfulness for OCD
    Despite the fact that many make light of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) by poking fun at minor compulsions or obsessions, OCD is a very serious illness. For those who have it, […] link to source

  • Your Behavior: Understanding & Changing the Things You Do
    Richard Pfau, who holds a doctorate in science education and an undergraduate degree in psychology, wrote Your Behavior: Understanding and Changing the Things You Do as a reaction to what he sees […] link to source

  • Think Going to Therapy Makes You Weak or Weird or Wrong?
    We think therapy is for people who can’t get their lives together. After all, why else would you be seeking help from a complete stranger about managing your personal life? […] link to source

  • Book Review: It’s Not Always Depression
    Depression is thought to be one of the most common psychological ailments. When clinical social worker Hilary Jacobs Hendel wrote an op-ed in the New York Times titled, “It’s Not Always […] link to source

  • The Psychology of Romantic Love
    Most everyone wants to fall in love, especially codependents. To us, love is perhaps the highest ideal, and relationships give our lives meaning and purpose. They enliven and motivate us. […] link to source

  • C-PTSD and Eating Disorders
    As a relatively new and still poorly recognized concept, few people come to therapy identifying as suffering from Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD). As a rule, a diagnosis of […] link to source

  • Marriage and Mania: Disparate Depictions of Bipolar Disorder in Mainstream Romance Novels
    When characters with mental illness appear in popular fiction, it is typically because the work itself focuses on the mental illness. However, there is a small contingent of fictional projects […] link to source

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