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Examining precursors that will aid in the discovery of individuals who may harm themselves or others has long been a focus...
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Looking back on my bipolar diagnosis nearly eleven years ago, there are many ways my doctor(s) could have handled explaining...
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While the potential role of the Zika virus on brain development in fetuses has raised fears among pregnant mothers worldwide...
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It should have been a routine flight. For the 166 passengers of Japan Airlines Flight 350 scheduled to fly from Fukuoka to...
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It was a hard book to find. First published in 1948, Psychological Warfare by Paul Myron Linebarger is still the standard...
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Recent decades have seen a broadening of the definition of family in society at large, but the influence of family structure...
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This week on Anxiety Slayer, Shann had the pleasure of sharing time with Kute Blackson to discuss his new book, You Are...
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We’re seeing more and more stories of individuals overcoming mental health struggles in the news. Stories of...
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In this weeks podcast we're talking about what makes health anxiety worse, and what you can do to cultivate the...
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Today I'd like to introduce you to some of the table of content in the new book I'm working on. This is a book designed to...
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