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8 Completely Wrong Assumptions About Addiction
Honest, courageous and insightful are not the first words you think of when you think of a typical drug addict. But, given the opportunity, many addicts end up contributing to society in a way no one ever imagined possible.
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Verbal abuse sneaks into countless relationships and is as damaging as physical abuse. Wondering if what you’re experiencing is indeed abuse? Here are some signs to watch out for.
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The holidays are a good time to set boundaries.
The Truth About the "Overdiagnosis"

People have gotten the idea that a diagnosis for ADHD is pretty easily obtained. But what if the common wisdom is wrong?
How to Make Your Relationship Run Smoothly
The following suggestions will lay the groundwork for effectively maneuvering through challenging times.
How Making Lists Could Change Your Entire Holiday Season
Simply jotting down tasks on paper and getting them out of your mind reduces stress.
Talk Therapy: It's Not Just Talk
Talk therapy gets a bad rap... but what if it were called something different?
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(Practical Psychoanalysis) – Self-injury like hair-pulling is an unhealthy way to handle a stressful or overwhelming situation.
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(Science of Addiction) – Millions of us have to deal with worry during the holidays, but here are 3 easy things to do to help you manage that worry.
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(ADHD Millennial) – If you want an ADHD treatment that will reliably deliver intense feelings of peace, turn on some music!
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