Archive | July, 2017

5 Tips to Preserve Your Emotional Health after Tragic News Events

Research shows that viewing of tragic news stories can lead to fear, anxious feelings, and even physical ailments. In one such study researchers monitored the stress levels of children, grade 6 to 12 who had observed the Oklahoma City bombing. Children who “ reported that “most” or “all’ of their television viewing was bomb related, […]

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Paranoid Personality Disorder or Paranoid Schizophrenia?

A spouse with Paranoid Personality Disorder may accuse you of flirting on the basis of seeing you talking to a member of the opposite sex in a church. However, a spouse with paranoid schizophrenia will be convinced that they heard or saw you do something sexually inappropriate during the conversation even though it never happened. […]

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