On Angel’s Wings: Flight 9525

By John D. Moore, PhD • 2 min read

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Today, many of us are just beginning to absorb the unthinkable loss that has happened as a result of the apparent actions of the copilot in command of the German Wings Airbus 320 from Barcelona to Duesseldorf.

For reasons we are may never truly understand, it appears this person made the decision to end his life and the lives of all 140 souls on board.

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5 Mindful Ways to Invite Good Karma Into Your Life!

By John D. Moore, PhD • 2 min read

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Do you subscribe to the belief that positive energy is a very real thing? Are you looking for ways to invite good karma into your life?  If so, you are not alone.

Millions of people around the world practice various forms of psycho-spiritualism and hold the universal thought that happiness is a state of being.

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5 Ways Abandonment Issues Can Destroy Your Relationships!

By John D. Moore, PhD • 2 min read

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Do your fears of being abandoned keep you from entering into new relationships with others? Do you sabotage any chance of romance because you don’t want to get hurt?

Has love eluded you because the risk of experiencing emotional pain is too great a risk? If so, you may have major abandonment issues.

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7 Things Sex Addiction Doesn’t Want You to Know!

By John D. Moore, PhD • 3 min read

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Hi there – my name is sex addiction. You know me by several other names, including sex addict, behavioral addiction and process addiction. I’m an insidious form of dependency that is often not discussed with anyone because I use shame and guilt to silence you.

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10 Ideas for Single People on Valentine’s Day!

By John D. Moore, PhD • 3 min read

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If you are single, Valentine’s Day might be one of those “holidays” that you can do without. This point may be particularly true if you have recently excited a relationship, are unhappily attached or have been single for some time. To keep it real, February 14th can serve as a reminder of a void that exists in the area of romantic love

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Ryan Gosling and 7 Other Famous People with ADHD!

By John D. Moore, PhD • 2 min read

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Attention Deficit Hyper Activity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that is more common than you might think. According to some research studies, as many as 6.4 million children have some form of “Attention Deficit”.

Getting an accurate count of adults living with ADHD, however, is a bit more difficult because many cases go unreported. We think the digits hover somewhere around 8 million.

What often surprises many people are the number of well-known celebrities who have ADHD. As public awareness around this mental health issue continues to gain momentum, it seems like more and more famous folks are “outing” themselves with this disorder with each new day.

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10 Things OCD Doesn’t Want You to Know!

By John D. Moore, PhD • 3 min read

10 things ocd doesn't want you to know

Hello, my name is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder but go by the nickname, OCD. I have likely been part of your life since childhood, causing you to think and behave in ways that may seem strange to others.

Here, I am talking about the “odd” stuff, like engaging in ritualistic behaviors, having intrusive thoughts and catastrophizing.

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5 Loving Ways To Remember Someone You Have Lost This Christmas

By John D. Moore, PhD • 3 min read

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Are you facing your first holiday season in a place of grief and despair? Did someone close to you die this past year, causing you to feel overwhelming sadness? Do you find yourself faking a smile when others attempt to spread Yuletide cheer?

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5 Ways Fast Food Worsens Your Depression!

By John D. Moore, PhD • 3 min read

fast food depression

Fast food is a staple for many people in the United States. Some reports suggest that on average, we spend a whopping $1,200.00 a year on quick eats like burgers, pizzas and fried chicken.

It has long been established that America’s addiction to fast food is a major cause of obesity. But what is the emotional impact of fast food? Can eating a double cheeseburger with fries cause depression?

The answer is a qualified – yes.

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Shemar Moore: 5 Life Lessons from a Likeable Actor

By John D. Moore, PhD • 5 min read

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Shemar Moore is one of the most popular actors on network television with a legion of fans around the world. His followers want to know everything about him, including what shows he will be on, who he’s been dating and how he keeps himself in such incredible shape.

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