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feed icon Mental Coping Strategies During Hurricane Season and Other Natural Disasters in link World of Psychology (2018/10/10 22:30:05)
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The anxiety and distress for people living in the path of a hurricane can be overwhelming. Uncertainty about living arrangements, work schedules and other life tasks increase when people are evacuated. Legitimate concerns about damage and destructio ...
feed icon How to Really Get Important Things Done in link World of Psychology (2018/10/10 17:45:41)
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You start researching something important online and find that 20 minutes later you’re on some stranger’s Facebook page, scanning their photos and reading the comments. You’re writing an article, and before you know it, you’ve picked up your ...
feed icon My Journey to Wholeness: How I Learned to Embrace My Flaws to Create a Joyful Life in link World of Psychology (2018/10/10 12:30:20)
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I believe there is not enough dialogue out there about soul-sickness, especially among wealthy communities. We are taught to believe from a young age that once we have the perfect partner, house, car, children, and careers, we will be happy. And oft ...
feed icon 5 Ways to Stop Relationship Anxiety and Paranoia in link World of Psychology (2018/10/9 22:45:53)
When you’ve been burned in the past. Nothing kills new relationships more quickly than relationship anxiety and obsessively wondering, “Does he like me?” Let’s say you’ve started dating someone, and you like them a lot. Aft ...
feed icon ​National Bullying Prevention Month: Help Your Kids Understand The Difference Between Bullying & Teasing in link World of Psychology (2018/10/9 17:45:56)
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What makes a bully ? Is it a malicious desire to hurt another person? A person lashing out because of problems at home? A need to seem tough in a world that is out of their control? There is no single formula for those we have come to see as bullies ...
feed icon Best of Our Blogs: October 9, 2018 in link World of Psychology (2018/10/9 12:30:32)
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Tomorrow is World Mental Health Day. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) , “Half of all mental illness begins by age 14.” Work needs to be done to bring awareness to its normalcy. Programs and services are needed to address ...
feed icon Comorbidity: Treating Bipolar Disorder and Substance Abuse at the Same Time in link World of Psychology (2018/10/8 22:40:59)
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Bipolar disorder seems like enough trouble for one person to deal with, but research is increasingly showing that individuals suffering from bipolar disorder are more likely to suffer from a host of other diagnoses, such as an anxiety disorder, impu ...
feed icon The Importance of Distraction-Free Parenting in link World of Psychology (2018/10/8 17:45:18)
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Parents today are generally aware of why it is a problem to let their kids constantly be on phones, computers and TVs. They know it impacts kids’ sleep, that it is a factor in childhood obesity, that it is associated with delayed language developm ...
feed icon Listen to This if You’ve Ever Fibbed and Said You’re OK When You’re Not in link World of Psychology (2018/10/8 12:30:23)
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 People are constantly labeling people who live with mental illness as dramatic, liars, and actors. Society, in general, often thinks people who live with bipolar, schizophrenia, and depression are being insincere when it comes to their illnesses ...
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