Therapy misconceptions
Therapy misconceptions

Therapy Misconceptions, About People Who Go to Therapy. There are many therapy misconceptions. Often those who decide to go and see a therapist are still misunderstood and stigmatised. Here is an interesting article shedding light on the truth...

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Dangers of social networking
Dangers of social networking

Dangers of social networking. Social networking sites and the security of adopted children For most of us social networking became a part of our daily living. Unfortunately with the freedom to connect also comes the danger of cyberbullying...

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Postpartum psychosis
Postpartum psychosis

Postpartum psychosis Postpartum psychosis is thought to affect one women in 1,000 who gave birth. The symptoms (hallucinations and delusions) usually occur within the first two weeks. It is a much more serious mental health condition than...

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The balancing acts of working mothers
The balancing acts of working mothers

The balancing acts of working mothers Many working mothers face the challenge of finding the right balance between their profession life and motherhood. Many books and articles have been written on the subject. If you ‘google it’ there is plenty...

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The Post Adoption Blues
The Post Adoption Blues

The Post Adoption Blues ‘The post adoption blues’ is a great book for all adoptive parents and professionals working with adoptive families. Karen J. Foli, a registered nurse, and her husband, John R. Thompson, a psychiatrist, talk...

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Anger in Kids
Anger in Kids

Anger in kids Every parent struggles from time to time with the anger in kids. Handling it constructively can be challenging and draining.  Quite often were not taught how to deal with it in our childhood. Many of us were led to believe that...

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Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder
Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder

Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder … and mental health condition.  People who have bulimia try to control their weight by severely restricting the amount of food they eat, then binge eating and purging the food from their body by making...

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Healthy relationships need boundaries
Healthy relationships need boundaries

Healthy relationships need boundaries We are all seek enriching and healthy intimate relationships but to be intimate with another person we need to  first define and understand our own boundaries. The boundary  as “the line where I end and...

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