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Year: 2011

Doing What’s Necessary, What’s Possible, and What Seems to be Impossible

“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” – St. Francis of Assisi, Italian Catholic friar and preacher, founded the Franciscan Order, patron saint of animals and the environment (1181-1286) How many times have we faced challenges that we think are beyond our capabilities? How often do …

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Gaslighting: What It Is and How to Recognize It

Gaslighting has become the term used to describe a particular type of emotional trauma inflicted upon people by their abusers. The term comes from the name of a British play called “Gas Light” that was later made into a popular film, also called “Gaslight.” In the play and film, the victim notices that the gas …

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On the Power of Stretching the Mind with a New Idea

“One’s mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes, U.S. author and physician (1809-1894) Stretching our mind is probably a concept that many of us believe is not possible. After all, our brain is our mind, right? It has a defined dimension or limitation of space. So …

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Innovative Sex and Love Addiction Program for Women Introduced at The Center for Relationship and Sexual Recovery at The Ranch

Nunnelly, TN (PRWEB) October 17, 2011 – Contrary to popular media portrayals and gender stereotypes, men are not the only ones suffering from sex and love addiction. An estimated 8 to 12 percent of those seeking relationship and sex addiction treatment are women, though many more are likely suffering in silence.

Many with Eating Disorders Don’t Seek Help

Eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia nervosa, are associated with a strong feeling of shame, often preventing individuals who struggle with the disorders from seeking help. About 10 million females and about 1 million males are estimated to have an eating disorder in the United States, but the numbers are suspected to be much …

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On Living With Gusto

“Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” – Confucius, ancient Chinese philosopher, thinker, teacher, and founder of the Ru school of Chinese thought (551-479 BCE) When we think about the word “gusto,” we automatically conjure up images of food. But the word really implies a joy of living, a full-hearted embracing of action. Gusto …

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Medication Enhances OCD Treatment

Since a person is multi-dimensional, doesn’t it make sense that treatment of a person’s illness could be enhanced when delivered using a multi-dimensional approach – particularly if the illness manifests on more than one level? That was the idea behind recent research that tested various methodologies for the treatment of pediatric obsessive compulsive disorder.

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