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For most of us (actually, every survivor I’ve ever spoken to who’s overcome PTSD) recovery from symptoms of...
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Research has consistently shown that abrupt changes in our personal and social life can have a disruptive impact on...
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Oh, how family members hate to discuss chronic repetitive ongoing interpersonal difficulties with each other...
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The following is a guest post by Allison Gamble. You can read more of Allison's posts at forensicpsychology.net. If you...
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Yesterday I had a great chat with Paul Gordon, the casting director for a new show being produced by Ryan Seacrest. Paul is...
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I received an email from a woman wanting to know how to manage a flashback when you’re surrounded by people and cannot...
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Let's keep this one short. Late summer, 2010FD returns home with a brown paper bag in hand. He hands it to me. “I bought...
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Hi all. Natasha Tracy here with a couple of meta Bipolar Burble blog updates on commenting, rss, mobile browsing and sharing...
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Hi all. Natasha Tracy here with a couple of meta Bipolar Burble blog updates on commenting, rss, mobile browsing and sharing...
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When Alan Turing's house was burglarized on January 23, 1952, it didn't seem all that serious. As Turing himself...
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