The Overlooked But Powerful Depression Treatment

The Overlooked But Powerful Depression Treatment

This article originally appeared here on October 15, 2015. Did you know the American Psychological Association and the American Psychiatric Association recommend exercise to treat depression? The American Psychological Association website reveals: “...

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11 Mental Health Tips That Therapists Actually Give Their Patients

11 Mental Health Tips That Therapists Actually Give Their Patients

This article was originally published here on November 9, 2017 The goal of therapy is to give you the tools and strategies for navigating whatever is going on in your life—from stress or relationship issues to managing a mental health diagnosis. But a therap...

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The Importance of Self-Worth

The Importance of Self-Worth

This article was originally published here. The dictionary defines self-worth as “the sense of one’s own value or worth as a person.” However, there are many ways for a person to value themselves and assess their worth as a human being, and some of these...

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Nine Signs You’re Really an Introvert: Discover the advantages.

Nine Signs You’re Really an Introvert: Discover the advantages.

This article was originally published here on March 25, 2014. It can be difficult to admit to yourself that you may be an introvert. When we think of people as being introverted, we often wrongly assume that they are people who don’t like people. However, as...

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21 Tips to Stop being a People-Pleaser

21 Tips to Stop being a People-Pleaser

This article originally appeared here on October 8, 2018. People-pleasers “want everyone around them to be happy and they will do whatever is asked of them to” keep it that way, according to Susan Newman, Ph.D, a New Jersey-based social psychologist and au...

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Self-Care is Important: Why Is It so Hard to Practice?

Self-Care is Important: Why Is It so Hard to Practice?

This article originally appeared here on May 13, 2019. Letitia* has two young children, a spouse, and a full-time job. A friend told her she needed to find a way to take some time for herself. “I laughed,” Letitia said. “I barely have time to go to the b...

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Why some couples have more- and better- sex

Why some couples have more- and better- sex

This article was originally published here on January 14, 2019 Many couples want to increase the frequency of their sexual activity as well as the satisfaction they derive from their sexual encounters. Researchers have investigated several factors associated w...

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Sex, Love, and Knowing the Difference

Sex, Love, and Knowing the Difference

This article was originally published here on May 3, 2019 We all remember the first time we fell in love. No matter how strong or independent or free you thought you were, all at once, you became powerless in the face of feelings that, to others, seemed obsess...

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13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do

13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do

This article originally appeared here on February 11, 2019. Cultural pressures, societal expectations and the subtle differences in the ways girls are raised are just a few of the factors that encourage women to engage in unhealthy habits that rob them of ment...

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How to be Brave, According to 8 Insanely Courageous Women.

How to be Brave, According to 8 Insanely Courageous Women.

This article was originally published here on March 25, 2016 1-Caroline Paul: Embrace Your OtherEmotions Back when I flew paragliders, I would stand on a cliff with the wing laid on the ground, shuffling my emotions around. A little fear? Of course. But a...

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