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Depression and ADHD May Lead to Internet Addiction

by Science Daily   Psychiatric Symptoms May Predict Internet Addiction In Adolescents ScienceDaily (Oct. 5, 2009) — Adolescents with psychiatric symptoms such as attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), social phobia, hostility and depression may be more likely to develop an Internet addiction, according to a report in the October issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, one of […]

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Sex: How Often Is Enough?

By: Letty in Education, Relationship & Dating (Posted February 11, 2011) Most people think other people are having more sex than they are. In truth, the only people having a whole lot of sex in my opinion are those in that dizzying first phase of romantic love when you are literally drugged by your own hormones and […]

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Seven Tips on How to Get The Most Out of Counselling

Many of us, before experiencing counselling with a professional, base our expectations on what we have seen on television. In these depictions, the therapist usually does or says something profound and clients are miraculously delivered from their problems after one session. Many people are disappointed when they discover that it is not like this in real life. The […]

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Is Your Mother a Narcissist?

by Sasrah Treleaven Keeping the mother-daughter bond healthy can be challenging even at the best of times. But if your mother is a narcissist, your relationship can become exponentially more difficult and damaging. Dr. Karyl McBride, author of ‘Will I Ever Be Good Enough: Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers,’ explains maternal narcissism and offers guidance on […]

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Telling Sexual Attitude From a Facial Profile

Telling Sexual Attitude From a Facial Profile    April, 8, 2008 Science Daily Attitudes Towards Sexual Relationships Can Be Judged From Photos Of Your Face ScienceDaily (Apr. 8, 2008) – Suitors can tell a young person’s attitude to sexual relationships by the look on their face, according to new research which gives deeper insight into mate […]

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Big Breakthrough In Treatment of Postnatal Depression

  Postnatal depression (PND) is the term used to describe the state of hopelessness and despair that affects one in seven women after childbirth. Researchers have pointed out that PND is not to be confused with the feelings of sadness and stress that most women feel after childbirth. It is a specific form of depression […]

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Christian Counselling

Therapists and Psychologists approach therapy from values that inherently define who they are. Freud approached counselling from a perspective that saw religion in a negative light. Christian Counselling approaches therapy from a world view that embraces healthy Christian practices and beliefs. Christian Counselling in this context means professional counselling which meets the standard of the […]

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Teen Leaves Inspiring Message on Youtube Before His Death on Christmas Day

Teen Ben Breedlove, who died on Christmas day 2011, shared his emotionally moving story of his many brushes with death just days before his heart condition took his life. Ben’s story shows us that it is possible to have peace in the midst of the adversities of life. Ben’s death is also a reminder that […]

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Online tests for mental health

The internet is a wealth of information, and more and more it is becoming the first, if not the only, place people turn to for answers to any and all of their questions. Using the internet to find a “diagnosis”  can be a very slippery slope. While it can be helpful to review the symptoms […]

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