Making Therapy Work for You: Have Your Feelings Without Your Feelings Having You

"I've noticed that most people come in to therapy with some preconception about what to do with their feelings in session: Some believe that venting will help them to heal, others feel that it will be most helpful to remain distanced from their feelings so that they can analyze them..." <<Read Article>>
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Are your emotional responses normal or abnormal?

Report examines the difference between normal and abnormal emotion in how we diagnose depression.  We all feel emotion, we all get upset, can feel low, angry and overjoyed, but when do these emotional responses become something of a medical concern?...   <<Read Article>>
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Photo selection study reveals we don’t look like we think we look

Be careful when choosing your next passport photo or profile image as a new study suggests we are so poor at picking good likenesses of our face that strangers make better selections...   <<Read Article>>
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Resiliency training program helps teens deal with today’s stresses

Amid reports that rank today's teens as the most stressed generation in the country, a new study offers hope for helping them effectively manage stress and build long-term resiliency...   <<Read Article>>
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Analysis finds 23% of children are victims of cyberbullying

A review of 36 studies looking at online harassment and bullying among children finds evidence of a strong link between cyberbullying and depression, with girls being most at risk... <<Read Article>>  
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