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2 Steps to Release Perfectionism

2 Steps to Release Perfectionism

Any recovering perfectionists out there? I certainly am! I grew up with a compulsion to get everything right. But at a certain point, I realized there was a serious cost to this;...
Today I Love Chatty McChatterface

Today I Love Chatty McChatterface

Today I love Chatty McChatterface and all the great things that happen in my life because of her. I love that of all the Chaterface clan she is actually the least chatty despite her newly given name....
ABA Parent Training – Research Review and Tips

ABA Parent Training – Research Review and Tips

Let’s review some of the research that has been published on the topic of applied behavior analysis parent training. Pyramidal Training Model of ABA Parent Training One study, by Conklin...
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Don’t Talk To Erica In the Morning

It’s one thing to not be a morning person, it’s another thing to suffer from insomnia.  My entire childhood I suffered from chronic hypo mania, and my family didn’t know much about mental illness at the time so,...

Obesity and the Pregnant Therapist

In our book A Womb of Her Own (Routledge 2017) author Meredith Darcy describes the challenges of the pregnant therapist in working with obesity in the client. She writes as follows: Abby had difficulties relating to others and would use food to self-soothe and regulate affect. ...
Psychology Around the Net: July 20, 2019

Psychology Around the Net: July 20, 2019

This week’s Psychology Around the Net has the latest on a new virtual reality therapy trial for people diagnosed with serious mental illnesses, how people with mental health disorders are...
Romance:  When Your Head and Heart Disagree

Romance: When Your Head and Heart Disagree

Your heart’s passion and your mind’s wisdom are great gifts. But what happens when your emotional and logical sides are at odds? This can be particularly poignant in romantic relationships....
7 Indicators of a Narcissistic Friend

7 Indicators of a Narcissistic Friend

Dawn ran into the grocery store to grab a few things after a long day of work when she bumped into a friend. “Where have you been? It’s so good...
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Bipolar Disorder and Celiac Disease

Bipolar Disorder and Celiac Disease

People with celiac disease are 17 times more likely to have bipolar disorder than those without celiac. I had gut problems for
I’m Done!

I’m Done!

When you have ADHD these words are the most confusing. “I’m done.” is the thing we all want to say, and we all hate to hear, especially in school....
Don’t Panic: Your Kid’s “Bad” Behavior Is Probably Normal!

Don’t Panic: Your Kid’s “Bad” Behavior Is Probably Normal!

As a parent, it’s so tempting to overanalyze every choice we make and try to figure out whether or not we’ve messed up our kids. It’s also tempting to overanalyze our children in an attempt to either put them IN the box of “normal”...

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