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Moral Children

Children develop moral motives, an inclination to care about others and treat them kindly and fairly, spontaneously and at a very young age. But they also develop aggressive, greedy and selfish motives. Both kinds of motives are part of every child’s nature and will create tension throughout the child’s life. However children’s moral motives are readily susceptible to moral instruction …

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How Is Your Marriage Doing?

Is the communication between you and your partner open or a constant issue? Does each one of you try to fix or control the other one? Do you feel distant and/or disconnect? Are you able to express your needs and feelings? Does one of you have always the need to be right? Are conflict faced directly resolved or go unresolved? …

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Antidepressants, Children & Adolescents

The use of antidepressants with children and adolescents is not well supported in the literature Studies continue to be done trying to figure out whether to use antidepressants with children and adolescents and, if so, which specific antidepressant to use. That was the main question in the recent network meta-analysis conducted by lead researchers, Andrea Cipriani, PhD, associate professor, Department …

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Resilience & Personality – Part 4

Dealing With Emotional Pain When a person undergoes a life disruption, it may not advisable to take medication that will alleviate the pain immediately. When pain is alleviated with medication, the person’s motivation to make changes is reduced. And there is a great deal to learn from the process of managing emotional pain. (Of course, there are times when medication …

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