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An All-Junk Diet, in Extreme Cases, Is Now Considered an Eating Disorder By Katie Way Sep 25, 2019

An All-Junk Diet, in Extreme Cases, Is Now Considered an Eating Disorder Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder isn’t just “picky eating.” By Katie Way Sep 25 2019   We’re conditioned to believe that being thin means, health-wise and otherwise, we’re doing something right. A skinny body and “normal” body mass index (or BMI) are often accepted… Read More An All-Junk Diet, in Extreme Cases, Is Now Considered an Eating Disorder By Katie Way Sep 25, 2019

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The APA’s Guidelines For The Psychological Practice With Boy & Men Acknowledge The Impact Of Toxic Masculinity By EMMA MCGOWAN Jan 29, 2019

The APA’s Guidelines For The Psychological Practice With Boy & Men Acknowledge The Impact Of Toxic Masculinity By EMMA MCGOWAN Jan 29, 2019 The American Psychological Association (APA) creates guidelines for how psychologists should work with specific groups of patients. They have a document for women and girls; one for transgender and gender-nonconforming patients; one for older adults;… Read More The APA’s Guidelines For The Psychological Practice With Boy & Men Acknowledge The Impact Of Toxic Masculinity By EMMA MCGOWAN Jan 29, 2019

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Accept The Awkwardness: How To Make Friends (And Keep Them) August 19, 2019 by JULIA FURLAN

Accept The Awkwardness: How To Make Friends (And Keep Them) August 19, 201912:25 AM ET JULIA FURLAN Craving connection and friendship with other people is a fundamental part of being human. But what does being a friend mean in a world where hackers are trying to be your “friend” on Facebook? The act of making… Read More Accept The Awkwardness: How To Make Friends (And Keep Them) August 19, 2019 by JULIA FURLAN

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Health Benefits Of Crying Include Reducing Stress, A New Study Suggests By BRANDI NEAL Jul 22, 2019

Health Benefits Of Crying Include Reducing Stress, A New Study Suggests By BRANDI NEAL Jul 22, 2019 If you’ve ever attempted to hold back tears, then you know that trying to stop yourself from crying can be more difficult than letting the tears flow. While there can be an unnecessary stigma around crying, new research found… Read More Health Benefits Of Crying Include Reducing Stress, A New Study Suggests By BRANDI NEAL Jul 22, 2019

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Lily Lines: This affects new dads more than many think by Lena Felton and Ross May June 16, 2019

Lily Lines: This affects new dads more than many think Lena Felton and Ross May June 16, 2019 We may be missing postpartum depression symptoms in men, study suggests Postpartum depression doesn’t only affect women. According to research, new fathers can suffer the same symptoms — and if their partners are suffering from postpartum depression, as… Read More Lily Lines: This affects new dads more than many think by Lena Felton and Ross May June 16, 2019

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When Someone You Love Is Grieving: How to Really Help By Angie Schultz

When Someone You Love Is Grieving: How to Really Help By Angie Schultz “The friend who can be silent with us in a moment of despair or confusion, who can stay with us in an hour of grief and bereavement, who can tolerate not knowing, not curing, not healing and face with us the reality of… Read More When Someone You Love Is Grieving: How to Really Help By Angie Schultz

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My Boyfriend or Husband is Addicted to Video Games What Can I Do? By Dr. Brent Conrad

My Boyfriend or Husband is Addicted to Video Games What Can I Do?  By Dr. Brent Conrad   Video Game Addiction in Relationships If you read the research and media stories on video game addiction, you may believe that it is only something that happens to teenage boys and single men in their twenties. Unfortunately though,… Read More My Boyfriend or Husband is Addicted to Video Games What Can I Do? By Dr. Brent Conrad

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Auras What Are the Various Aura Colors and Meanings? by Kathleen Odenthal

What Are the Various Aura Colors and Meanings? Updated on June 9, 2019 Kathleen Odentha What Is an Aura? Auras are vibrations of energy that are emitted from the body. They take on the form of a variety of colors, including orange, red, yellow, green, violet, blue and indigo. Aura colors are not permanent; in… Read More Auras What Are the Various Aura Colors and Meanings? by Kathleen Odenthal

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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