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Are You Indecisive, Or Are You Insecure

I don’t think of myself as an insecure person, however, I’ve given a lot of thought recently as to why I tend to get scared when it comes to making a decision –...
Healing from Divorce

Healing from Divorce

Divorce is usually the best of two bad options. It only comes, usually, after all other avenues have been pursued. If you are contemplating divorce, or are trying to cope...
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Supplements Are A Waste Of Money

Supplements Are A Waste Of Money

Nutritional supplements are a $300 billion a year industry in the US.  Almost all of that money is wasted.Study after
I Love Hearing That Stuff

I Love Hearing That Stuff

I get letters.Okay, I don’t get actual physical letters on paper, at least I haven’t yet. But I get emails. Emails and comments and private messages on the Facebook sometimes come my way....
Today I Love Tuesday’s Return To Normalcy

Today I Love Tuesday’s Return To Normalcy

Today I love Tuesday’s return to normalcy and the abnormal way that feels. I love when holidays and unusual situations shake things up and then I get to watch all the pieces fall back into place and see how many of them don’t quite fit without a few weeks of tapping and shaking my life to get them back in and leveled off again....
7 Stereotype-Defying Ways of Understanding the Children of Single Parents

7 Stereotype-Defying Ways of Understanding the Children of Single Parents

Mention single parents and someone will immediately claim that their children are doomed. They will insist that they have scientific evidence on their side. Often, these people don’t really understand how to interpret scientific findings because they’ve had no training....
Raising Vegan Children

Raising Vegan Children

*This post is by contributor Heidi Leabman, LSCW-R, SE I am a psychotherapist, an ethical vegan for over 20 years, and a mom of a 13 year old girl. ...
The Secret to Overcoming Procrastination is Exactly What You Think

The Secret to Overcoming Procrastination is Exactly What You Think

We all succumb to procrastination from time to time. But for people with ADHD, the tendency to put things off can become especially problematic. You’ve probably already discovered that telling yourself you’ll “do it later” is a recipe for disaster....
Hiding ADHD Symptoms

Hiding ADHD Symptoms

In my last post, I talked about situations where hyperactive symptoms might not be noticed because they aren’t necessarily in-your-face, bouncing-off-the-walls, stereotypical hyperactivity. That got me thinking about another reason ADHD symptoms in general might not be noticed: if ADHDers themselves hide their symptoms!...
Podcast: Religion and Mental Illness

Podcast: Religion and Mental Illness

From leisure activities to politics to relationships, people tend to be influenced by their religious beliefs. In this episode, Gabe and Michelle discuss the pros and cons of religious influence...
3 Summer-Inspired Creativity Exercises

3 Summer-Inspired Creativity Exercises

A few weeks ago, I ran into 6 Ways Daily Exercise Skyrockets Your Productivity and among some of the usual suspects (exercise will improve your mood,...
Anger Is An (Entirely Normal & Useful) Energy

Anger Is An (Entirely Normal & Useful) Energy

A question for the ladies: How many of you are uncomfortable with your anger? If someone takes advantage of you, hurts you, shames you, dismisses you, do you sometimes suffer in silence rather than speak up?...

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