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Mental Health Archives - Page 14 of 79 - Your Health Magazine

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Mental Health

Intimate Relationship Fitness

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

The consistency of the efforts you put into an intimate relationship create the level of relationship “fitness”. If you wanted to be more physically fit, ... Continue Reading

Online Mental Health Services

By Edythe (Dee) Dunn, MA, LPC

You may have seen or heard about the tele-health options that are being offered by some health professionals, and thought that they might be helpful ... Continue Reading

New Solutions For Anxiety/Depression

By Charles Gant, MD

The medicine of the future has arrived. Healthcare is maturing into a new integrative medicine understanding of the connection between mental and physical health known ... Continue Reading

Psychiatric Disabilities and Employment

By Joyce Abramson, RNMS

Employment, for most of us, has a practical and symbolic significance. Work is a mechanism used to provide basic needs of food, shelter, and clothing. ... Continue Reading

Mental and Emotional Release Therapy

By Jesse Harshbarger, BCHt, NLP

Our perceptions are a projection of emotions, and our emotions are based on how we feel about the past and future. If you could, would ... Continue Reading

Adapting To a Chronic Illness

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

The human lifespan has increased enormously over the past century. The rise in expected longevity brings with it the increased probability that we will suffer ... Continue Reading

"No" Is a Complete Sentence

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

“No” is one of those words that many adults have a hard time saying either to other adults or to their children. “No” provides a ... Continue Reading

The Courage To Say No

By Orly A. Katz, LCPC

Many of us encounter daily situations where we feel we need to answer “no” to a request or a demand. Yet, we find ourselves responding ... Continue Reading

Conscious Parenting

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

According to scientific research, humans only think consciously, using evidence based on facts and reasoning, 5% of the time. 95% of the time we dialogue ... Continue Reading

Dealing With Difficult People

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

Imagine a life in which everything always goes your way. There are no problems, no money worries, no health concerns and no difficult people. Most ... Continue Reading
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