By: Michael Gill - 324938
One of the most common problems faced by many of today's Americans is depression in all of its many forms. Given the massive volume of people and amount of drug usage to cure the problem, we have to ask some questions regarding the solutions that...
By: Nancy Houser
Fear means so many different things to different people, that it is impossible to define it in one simple statement, even though it is considered the most influential emotion in the history of mankind. This dreadful emotion is based on the feeling of tremendous agitation...
By: Leigha Wenn
The loss of your psychoanalyst or therapist can be very similar to the loss of a close friend or family member. Those who are dealing with this type of loss may be surprised to realize that they are experiencing the same types of feelings that...
By: Alison Cintorrino
Over 1 million toddlers have been officially diagnosed with depression making preschoolers the fastest growing market for antidepressant drugs. This statistic was published in the journal Psychiatric Services in April 2004. The National Institute of Mental Health Has declared that 30% of women in the...
By: Carmi Turchick
There are two dominant approaches to depression in Western societies; medications and talk therapy. Medication can work for some people but it has dangers and possible side effects, and it does not work for many. Talk therapy, and the related cognitive behavioral therapy, as we...
By: Perry McCarney
The ability to think logically is a useful tool that everyone should keep in their mental capabilities cupboard, but it is not the be-all and end-all of even such activities as problem solving, planning or the process of scientific discovery. The well-rounded individual uses emotional...
By: Rebecca Dyson
Here in the United States, our solution for every problem is a drug. Depression is not immune to this; the number of people that are on medication for depression is incredible. Doctors don't take the time to find out why their patients are feeling depressed...
By: Stanley Roberts
It is very easy to be perceived as being an abuser without even knowing it. That sounds a little off the wall I am sure but bear with me as I try and explain.Many people who are abusers deny the fact often. A lot...
By: John McDevitt
We've been conditioned by our left brain education that 1 plus 1 equals 2, to sit in rows, to follow the rules, to think rationally and to fill in the blanks with the correct answers. We've been taught that this is the way the brain...
Understanding the teenage circadian shift or sleep-wake cycle
By: Effie Moore Salem
There's more to the complaints of teenagers than adults often believe. They cannot go to sleep when they're not sleepy and neither can there parents. So is it any wonder that too many of them are falling asleep at their desk in class the next...

 

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