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Teach Your Children Well — About Substance Abuse

Psych Central Teach Your Children Well — About Substance Abuse “Teach your children well,” a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young classic encourages. Children are impressionable, like sponges that soak up whatever liquid they are immersed in. Some parents say they’d rather...

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Book Review: The Changing Face of Problematic Internet Use

Psych Central Book Review: The Changing Face of Problematic Internet Use I’ve been following the evolution of “Internet addiction” from its early days when originally proposed (first, as a joke — then for real) in the mid-1990s, to the time it transmorphed into...

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5 Boundaries That Actually Bolster Your Bond in Your Marriage

Psych Central 5 Boundaries That Actually Bolster Your Bond in Your Marriage We think of boundaries as keeping us away from our spouses, as creating distance, as thinning and weakening our bond. But boundaries—healthy boundaries—can actually strengthen our connection...

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Defining Narcissistic Abuse: The Case for Deception as Abuse

Psych Central Defining Narcissistic Abuse: The Case for Deception as Abuse Narcissistic abuse is a serious form of abuse that is estimated to affect somewhere between 60 and 158 million people in the U.S. alone (Bonchay, 2017). Just recently, June was recognized as...

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Mental Health Days for Children

Psych Central Mental Health Days for Children Adults use mental health days to recharge, refocus, and reduce stress with the ultimate goal to return to normal activities more focused. Producing high-quality work takes its toll and dedicated rest and recuperation are...

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Can a Narcissist Love?

Psych Central Can a Narcissist Love? Anyone who’s loved a narcissist wonders, “Does he really love me?” “Does she appreciate me?” They’re torn between their love and their pain, between staying and leaving, but can’t seem to do either. Some swear they’re loved; others...

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How Parents Can Best Help Their Kids During a Bitter Divorce

Psych Central How Parents Can Best Help Their Kids During a Bitter Divorce “Family is the first school for young children, and parents are powerful models.” – Alice Sterling Honig Divorce is always rough on all concerned, especially children. No matter how amiable an...

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