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8 Ways to Navigate Change Without Stress & Anxiety

8 Ways to Navigate Change Without Stress & Anxiety

Change doesn’t have to be terrifying! Life change — and change in general — is certain to happen. According to the Greek philosopher, Heracleitus, “The only thing that is constant...
Narcissistic Abuse: Cyberbullying and Cyberstalking

Narcissistic Abuse: Cyberbullying and Cyberstalking

Shirley thought that the abuse from her narcissistic husband would be over after the divorce was finalized. But it wasn’t. Instead, he found a new way to harass, embarrass, and...
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6 Defining Features of Codependency

6 Defining Features of Codependency

  We use the term codependency rather loosely these days. It’s great that more people are familiar with codependency, but if it’s going to help us understand ourselves in a meaningful way,...
What Vaping and CBD Have In Common

What Vaping and CBD Have In Common

There’s a lot of confusion about vaping and its effects right now, and it illustrates how research can be used, and
Me And Schedules

Me And Schedules

It’s Friday. Normally on Friday I’m posting my third and final post of the week. But this week has been a little off the tracks. Last week I went to the emergency room for some issues I was having and a whole lot of change ensued....
Today I Love chocolate

Today I Love chocolate

Today I love chocolate and I love that there are random stashes of it in our home. I love home made egg and English muffin sandwiches eaten on the road on a long haul non stop run to the deep south of the northern part of south western Ontario....
Cancer Scare Plus Poor Insurance Equals Stress

Cancer Scare Plus Poor Insurance Equals Stress

I sure hope it’s not cancer. Having experienced months of a runny nose, I figured at first that it was merely the aftermath of a winter cold. Despite almost constantly blowing my nose,...
When Dietary Habits Reveal ADHD Symptoms

When Dietary Habits Reveal ADHD Symptoms

I’ve been thinking about food a lot this week. More than other weeks, in fact. The occasion is that I wrote two articles about food over at the AllPsych blog – one about tricking kids into eating more vegetables and one about the beliefs Americans have about “breakfast foods”...
Animals Are Just Like Us! They Love to Play

Animals Are Just Like Us! They Love to Play

Since I was little, I have often felt closer to animals than to others of my own species. This month, in honor of the ninth anniversary of my blog here on Psych Central,...
Recovery from Being Conflict Avoidant

Recovery from Being Conflict Avoidant

Here are some tried and true methods: Fess up:  Try to keep in mind that being a conflict avoider is nothing to be ashamed of, that the majority of people have issues with conflict,...

What’s With All The Reboots?

Initially I thought there were a bunch of reboots cause Hollywood was creatively cracking. Then I thought well, some reboots are successful, so Hollywood does what it does best, it follows the crowd or trends (which is another form of not being creative.) Then I thought,...

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