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How Dads Can Help With Postpartum Depression, According To An Expert By Danielle Campoamor Jul 4, 2019

How Dads Can Help With Postpartum Depression, According To An Expert By Danielle Campoamor Jul 4, 2019 I knew, almost immediately, that what I was experiencing postpartum was something my partner couldn’t understand. Our son was born without major complication and he was healthy and smiling and sleeping regularly and eating around the clock and, for… Read More How Dads Can Help With Postpartum Depression, According To An Expert By Danielle Campoamor Jul 4, 2019

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First Therapy Session? 4 Treatment Types, Explained By Timothy Carey on September 14, 2019

First Therapy Session? 4 Treatment Types, Explained By Timothy Carey on September 14, 2019 n any year, one in five people will experience symptoms of a mental illness. While drug treatments are widely used and can be effective, they sometimes come with troubling side-effects such as weight gain, headaches, and fatigue. Talking therapies can be just as effective for a number… Read More First Therapy Session? 4 Treatment Types, Explained By Timothy Carey on September 14, 2019

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Why Men Need To Stop Using The Word “Nagging” In Relationships by GIGI ENGLE 04.18.17

Why Men Need To Stop Using The Word “Nagging” In Relationships by GIGI ENGLE 04.18.17 There are a lot of words used to describe women that should be permanently expelled from men’s vocabularies. You know them as well as me: Nasty. Bitch. “Cool girl.” “Whiskey girl.” Whore. Please don’t even get me started on the c-word.… Read More Why Men Need To Stop Using The Word “Nagging” In Relationships by GIGI ENGLE 04.18.17

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A child’s bad behavior isn’t ‘attention-seeking.’ She’s seeking a relationship By Tamar Jacobson, early childhood development and education consultant

A child’s bad behavior isn’t ‘attention-seeking.’ She’s seeking a relationship. How does a young child express to adults their fear of abandonment or their longing for more of us, if not by seeking our attention? June 9, 2019, 4:31 AM EDT By Tamar Jacobson, early childhood development and education consultant As an educator of early childhood… Read More A child’s bad behavior isn’t ‘attention-seeking.’ She’s seeking a relationship By Tamar Jacobson, early childhood development and education consultant

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5 Things Suicide Loss Survivors Should Know — from Someone Who’s Attempted by Sam Dylan Finch on March 8, 2019

5 Things Suicide Loss Survivors Should Know — from Someone Who’s Attempted by Sam Dylan Finch on March 8, 2019 How we see the world shapes who we choose to be — and sharing compelling experiences can frame the way we treat each other, for the better. This is a powerful perspective. It was a… Read More 5 Things Suicide Loss Survivors Should Know — from Someone Who’s Attempted by Sam Dylan Finch on March 8, 2019

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Dementia, Caregiving, and Controlling Frustration By Family Caregiver Alliance

Dementia, Caregiving, and Controlling Frustration By Family Caregiver Alliance The Stresses of Caregiving Caring for an individual with Alzheimerʼs disease or a related dementia can be challenging and, at times, overwhelming. Frustration is a normal and valid emotional response to many of the difficulties of being a caregiver. While some irritation may be part of… Read More Dementia, Caregiving, and Controlling Frustration By Family Caregiver Alliance

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Do You Keep Your Word in Your Marriage? By Sheri Stritof (Updated September 11, 2019)

Do You Keep Your Word in Your Marriage? By Sheri Stritof Updated September 11, 2019   Interdependency, or being able to depend on each other, is part of what makes a marriage special and successful. Dependability is one of the top qualities people look for in a spouse, and it should be. If one or both… Read More Do You Keep Your Word in Your Marriage? By Sheri Stritof (Updated September 11, 2019)

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Shamanism: Definition, History, and Beliefs by Patti Wigington (Updated June 25, 2019)

Shamanism: Definition, History, and Beliefs by Patti Wigington (Updated June 25, 2019)   The practice of shamanism is found around the world in a variety of different cultures, and involves spirituality that often exists within an altered state of consciousness. A shaman typically holds a respected position in his or her community, and performs vitally… Read More Shamanism: Definition, History, and Beliefs by Patti Wigington (Updated June 25, 2019)

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Resilience Guide for Parents & Teachers from the American Psychological Association

  Resilience Guide for Parents & Teachers from the American Psychological Association We tend to idealize childhood as a carefree time, but youth alone offers no shield against the emotional hurts and traumas many children face. Children can be asked to deal with problems ranging from adapting to a new classroom to bullying by classmates… Read More Resilience Guide for Parents & Teachers from the American Psychological Association

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5 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF WHEN YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU WANT TO DO WITH THE REST OF YOUR LIFE by MARY GRACE GARIS, JULY 27, 2019

5 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF WHEN YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU WANT TO DO WITH THE REST OF YOUR LIFE GOOD ADVICE  MARY GRACE GARIS, JULY 27, 2019 This super-fun existential question of what to do when you don’t know what to do with your life is something that many of us of experience… Read More 5 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF WHEN YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU WANT TO DO WITH THE REST OF YOUR LIFE by MARY GRACE GARIS, JULY 27, 2019