Monthly Archives: February 2017

Welcome to the Dissociative Experiences Scale, A Screening Test for Dissociative Identity Disorder

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Gratitude is Good for You — Really!

Doing so may not always be easy, but empirical research suggests that being grateful can help foster an overall sense of well-being and happiness. Taking note of the many things we have to feel thankful about can play a highly … Continue reading

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Gratitude: A Matter of Attitude

Dr George Simon, PhD Being a more grateful person is a good way to become a happier person. In fact, gratitude can positively impact any number of our emotions. Unlike some other things in life that have the power to … Continue reading

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Success Mindset Positive Affirmations

Present Tense Affirmations I am successful I am motivated at all times to work hard I am possessed with the success mindset I am a natural positive thinker I am a highly focused individual I always succeed I find it easy … Continue reading

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OCD: A Case History A Young Man’s Story

At the time of writing, I am fourteen years of age, and can confidently say that I�ve been through the dissatisfaction (to say the least) of a form of Obsessive Compulsive Behavioral Disorder (OCBD). The reason I say this with … Continue reading

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder A Self-Test

Over 3 million Americans suffer from OCD in any given year, so Obsessive-Compulsive disorders are far from uncommon. Read the symptoms below; and if you answer ‘yes’ to any of the issues mentioned, you may have some form of OCD: … Continue reading

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OCD: A Case History A Young Man’s Story

At the time of writing, I am fourteen years of age, and can confidently say that I�ve been through the dissatisfaction (to say the least) of a form of Obsessive Compulsive Behavioral Disorder (OCBD). The reason I say this with … Continue reading

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What is OCD?

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (or OCD), as categorized by the DSM-IV, is an anxiety disorder. It is characterised by the obsessive need to perform some task. These tasks are often known as rituals. Note that the DSM-IV Axis II Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder … Continue reading

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A Guide to Overcoming Phobias: Treating

Treatments for Phobias and Panic There are many different approaches to treating phobias and the resulting panic that follows and some will be more effective than others depending on the individual. If you are suffering from a phobia then you … Continue reading

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Depression Causes of Depression

Some types of depression run in families, suggesting that a biological vulnerability can be inherited. This seems to be the case with bipolar disorder. Studies of families in which members of each generation develop bipolar disorder found that those with … Continue reading

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