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This week I received a slew of emails with questions about how to shift out of your survivor self and into The Real You....
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Can lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) boost creativity? When Swiss chemist Albert Hoffman first synthesized the chemical...
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Flickr image by Russ Morris In this week’s podcast we’re responding to the question: How does one who has...
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The mental health professions these days seem to want to blame their patients' repetitive problematic or self-destructive...
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A study recently published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine sought toto (1) assess the long-term impact of war...
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Photo Credit: Thomas Rousing Photography via Compfight cc   When I tell people I have bipolar disorder, I usually find...
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So many people come onto this blog and say, “the answer to curing bipolar disorder is . . ..” Their answers range from...
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In the world of post-trauma recovery the usual healing approach focuses on establishing safety and control, plus protocols...
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Family and friends of Atsumi Yoshikubo are still coming to terms with her bizarre disappearance in what appears to be a well...
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Over the past few decades, we've seen a rise in different interactive technologies and new ways  of using them to...
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