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When a problem arises do you tend to assign one negative outcome to it? Assigning a negative outcome to a situation - and dwelling on it - can keep u...
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According to a number of published studies, somewhere between 20 percent and 40 percent of people who seek medical care for fatigue are actually exper...
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Does reading about suicide make you uncomfortable? How about talking about it? Does this discomfort mean you don't care - or that you care too much? S...
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The self seems to improve when we learn or sharpen our life skills. For instance, we might become more effective communicators, or better time manager...
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For people struggling with symptoms of bipolar disorder, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) may prove helpful. A recent study, published in the Britis...
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Overthinking is examining and reexamining negative emotions, thoughts, and memories. Both men and women can fall into a pattern of overthinking, altho...
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Classical music, though no longer part of popular culture, has had great staying power. Not everyone appreciates classical sounds and rhythms, yet sci...
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You have an appointment to see your doctor. You're tired all the time, achy, can't sleep, and you can’t concentrate on anything. You've lost ten poun...
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Intensity, frequency, longevity: these are three key indicators of a diagnosis of depression rather than a diagnosis of sadness. Sadness Everyone has...
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Our moods, behavior, feelings, and thoughts are all affected by our amazing sense of smell. This is why aromatherapy can help relieve stress, depressi...

 
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