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The American Psychological Association has made a lot of headlines recently over the publication of the Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Men and Boys. If you do a quick Internet search, you can find all of the Op Ed articles arguing both for and against the spirit of the document. Too many men suffer in...
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It seems like we are constantly bombarded with pictures, videos, and “breaking news” of violence.
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Much of what we have learned about the science of Positive Psychology originated in the world’s various spiritual and wisdom traditions that supported the world’s population for millennia,
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Preparing children for hurricane season includes talking to and involving them in the process.  Rather than attempting to deny, minimize or dismiss hurricane fears
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Have you ever wondered what mental health has to do with relationships?  People in their interactions with others often talk about their partner and what they have done wrong
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It’s an unfortunate but sad reality – sex and violence in the media is deemed more appropriate than talking about mental health in this country.
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Teenagers live a lot of their life online.  Texting is the preferred mode of conversation, exceeding talking on the phone for today's teens.
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Once again, people are talking about establishing a Mental Health Court. Good!  And we should all support this endeavor.   
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After a long day at work, caring for your children, and completing household duties, most parents look forward to the evening when they can put their children to bed and have a little “me” time.
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Did you know that writing expressively about an upsetting event for just 15 minutes a day can improve your health?  Studies have shown that people who wrote about traumatic memories visited the doctor 43% less often than people who didn’t write or who wrote about superficial topics (Pennebaker & Beall, 1986).  Shortly after writing for...
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