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Psychology Around the Net: January 25, 2020

Psychology Around the Net: January 25, 2020

Greetings this lovely January day! Hope everyone is staying warm and well. This week’s Psychology Around the Net dives into perfecting the art of small talk, why working from home...
Hypochondria and Bipolar Disorder

Hypochondria and Bipolar Disorder

It’s difficult enough dealing with episodes of depression, mania and hypomania.  It’s made even worse when imagined emotional and somatic symptoms
Sometimes It’s A Good Thing

Sometimes It’s A Good Thing

When you’re hyper focused on something, it is almost always not good. I mean, it might be the thing you’re supposed to be doing, but let’s face it,...
Today I love Fixing My Things

Today I love Fixing My Things

Today I love fixing my things like this old discontinued snowblower from that old discontinued store. I love that it will darned well keep on going until I let it die and that’s not happening for some years my friends!...
Ten Tips for Aging with Depression

Ten Tips for Aging with Depression

Major Depression — the clinical type — is not a normal part of aging. Though it can appear at any age, older adults are at an increased risk. The Centers...
Online Therapy Clinic for Eating Disorders

Online Therapy Clinic for Eating Disorders

Did you know that an estimated 10 million men and 20 million women will experience living with an eating disorder at some point in their lives? And although eating disorders...
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People That Matter In Your Bipolar Illness

Let us talk about the people who hang around after they find out we have a diagnosed mentally ill person. Having a support system is imperative to bipolar wellness and that support can come in many ways....
If You Mess Up, Fess Up

If You Mess Up, Fess Up

Linda: The reward for the work of becoming a person of integrity is that we begin to live a life of harmony. There has been a significant amount of inner work,...

Are You Self-Destructive?

It’s a strange thing, but it makes sense when I break it down and be honest with myself. Recently I was watching an episode of,“The Real Housewives of New York,” and one of the castmembers was talking about how she has to be careful when she is doing well cause that’s when she tends to get in trouble....
Self-Management: How to Change Your Own Behavior

Self-Management: How to Change Your Own Behavior

What is Self-Management? Self-management is when a person applies behavior change strategies in a way that promotes a predetermined change in their behavior (Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 2014). Self-management can...
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Back to Reality

In my article Time Out of Mind (Toronto, Ellen L. K. (2009).  Time Out of Mind: Dissociation in the Virtual World. Psychoanalytic Psychology.  26 (2) 117-133....

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