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An Unrecognized Reason That Married Men Have Affairs

Evolutionary theory, gender differences, stereotype, media myth and cultural expectations invite us to recognize that men have more sexual desire than women both in frequency and intensity, are wired to have many partners, have more difficulty with monogamy and that as such, married men are more likely to have affairs than married women. The reality is that while married men have more affairs than married women –The difference is not that great.


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Twelve Years Later: Coping With the Anniversary of 9/11

Twelve years have passed since 9/11, the day an unprecedented terrorist attack on this country took the lives of close to 3,000 people worldwide and plunged us into war. It was an event shared publically by the world and suffered privately by too many.

Over the years this pain and loss has been echoed by many other unspeakable events--nationally, internationally, privately and publically. It has been a difficult road, but across nations, adults and children have...
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Preventing Teen Suicide:The Importance of Information and Connection

It is difficult to look too closely at what baffles and terrifies us— teen suicide is one of those realities.

Suicide is the third leading cause of death in the for young people between the ages or 10 and 24 years.
The National Institute of Mental Health believes that there may be as many as 25 attempted suicides for every teen who dies by suicide.
The frightening part is that attempting suicide is one of the strongest...
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Could My Child Be Depressed? Important Answers

While we often associate depression with the teen years, the recognition and treatment of depression in children is more easily overlooked.

She’s a kid—she’ll grow out of it.
He’s just moody--don’t make a big thing out of it.
It's just a stage.

According to Dr. Deborah Serani, author of the new book, Depression and Your Child, it is only recently that we recognize that children, even babies, experience depression.
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