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Preventing Depression & Psychotherapy

New evidence supports psychotherapy for treating subclinical depression in order to prevent depression from developing. Another of many studies indicating that depression is not only treatable, but preventable with education and treatment. The same skills that people can learn, such as problem solving skills, coping skills, and social skills, to overcome depression are the same skills that can help prevent …

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The Influence Of Birth Order

THE INFLUENCE OF THE BIRTH ORDER – Part 2 The First Born While parents of the first newborn are usually responsible and diligent, they are also tentative, anxious, and inconsistent – and to make up for this they may be demanding, strict, and overprotective. Research shows that first-borns talk and walk before children who are born later. As first-borns grow …

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Birth Order, Behaviors, & Relationships

THE INFLUENCE OF BIRTH ORDER – Part 1 If brothers and sisters are raised by the same parents, how do they end up so different? How is it that one sibling grows up to be successful academically and professionally but with few friends, while another becomes the athlete with loads of friends? To the degree that one of the siblings …

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Divorce is not Inevitable

Shielding your relationship from Divorce The break of a relationship is a painful experience. No one starts a marriage expecting to divorce. Yet a significant percentage of marriages eventually do end in a divorce. So what does it take to insulate your relationship from the series of choices that bring the relationship to an end? Professionals agree that valuing, prioritizing …

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Birth Order, Behavior, & Relationships

If brothers and sisters are raised by the same parents, how do they end up so different? How is it that one sibling grows up to be successful academically and professionally but with few friends, while another becomes the athlete with loads of friends? To the degree that one of the siblings is a responsible person, another will be attention-seeking …

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Stress or Anxiety?

Are you constantly tense, worried, or on edge? Does your anxiety interfere with your work, school, or family responsibilities? Are you overwhelmed by fears that you know are irrational, but can’t shake? Do you avoid situations or activities because they cause you anxiety? Do you experience unexpected attacks of heart-pounding panic? If you identify with several of the following signs …

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Depression a Top Cause of Adolescent Illness

“A new World Health Organization (WHO) report, “Health for the World’s Adolescents: A Second Chance in the Second Decade,” states that depression is the most frequent cause worldwide of illness and disability in persons aged 10-19 years, with the rate being highest in females.” “The report also states that up to half of all mental disorders arise by age 14 …

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Job Stress & Depression

Negative Working Conditions and Depression In a recent study from the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research in Ann Arbor, “negative working conditions” were found to be the cause in many middle-aged adults’ depression. Factors such as: low job satisfaction, little control, and a lack of appreciation by employers are the contributing factors. If you can’t change your negative …

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Internet Addiction & Brain Abnormalities

Internet addiction A recent study presented at The American Psychiatric Association’s Annual Meeting in New York earlier this month shows that there appears to be a correlation between internet addiction and mental health problems. Although internet addictions are not considered a diagnosable disorder, adults see the behaviors and the potential problems emerging. Dr. Jadapalle, a psychiatry resident at Morehouse School …

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Is your teenage son/daughter depressed?

Depression is a serious problem. It impacts every aspect of the depressed teenager’s life. When feeling depressed, they procrastinate and are unable to complete tasks. They may make promises they won’t keep. Depending upon their level of depression, they may not feel like doing anything. Teen depression can lead to alcohol and drug, self-hatred, violence, and even suicide. If your …

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