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Nope, We’re Not Afraid Of 13 (Our 13 Favorite Posts From 2017)

Our thirteen favorite articles from the Therapy Soup Blog 2017 at Here's to 2018.

How Many Secrets Are You Keeping? (Did You Say 13?)

Do Your Feelings Own You?

Are You A Help-Rejecting Complainer?

18 Reasons Trying To Help Others Can Be A Mixed Bag

Friendless? Four Tips To Make (Real) Friends For Life

You Are Who You Meet: The Importance of Friends

About Sociopaths, Psychopaths, and Narcissists

Personality Disorders & 10 Signs of...
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6 News Stories That Are Actually Positive

In A Wise Approach To Taking In The News PsychCentral blogger Elisha Goldstein writes: The global political climate right now is very sensitive and all we need is a little spark to get our nervous systems activated. He also suggests if we experience a positive or negative reaction to the news, we research the article before sharing it.

In NYC, what we've seen is a tendency towards feeling negative about the news in general, and a palpable lack of...
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Hanukkah Recovery Insights–8 Nights Of Light & Healing

Hanukkah is the beloved festival of light. We celebrate by lighting candles or olive oil lamps, and through prayer, song, playing special games and eating delicious foods.

The Hanukkah story, and especially the menorah lights, are particularly relevant to those in recovery from mental illness or addiction. Hanukkah in essence, can be described as the triumph of spiritual light and lasting truth over darkness, emptiness, and falsehood.

8 Nights of Recovery Insights by the Light of the Menorah

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10 Best Holistic Mental Health Posts

Holistic health and medicine is a diverse field of alternative medicine in which the "whole person" is focused on, not just the malady itself.

Often called mind-body medicine, holistic medicine takes into account the spirit or soul, as well.

According to the individual viewpoint of the patient or the practitioner, the definition of "spiritual" as well as the relationship between the body, mind, and spirit or soul can be strikingly different.

An important factor in mental health treatment is the awareness, by...
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Suicide Cluster In Palo Alto: Why?


The Washington Post reports that "Over the course of nine months in 2009 and 2010, six Palo Alto teenagers committed suicide. Between 2010 and 2014, an average of 20 children and young adults killed themselves annually in Santa Clara County, where Palo Alto is located."

To put these grim statistics in context, "The deaths in the city constitute two recent “suicide clusters” (multiple suicides within a short time frame); there are an average...
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