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EMOTIONAL DYSREGULATION SHOULD BE CONSIDERED CORE ASPECT OF AD/HD.

Medscape (5/30, Davenport) reported, “Emotional dysregulation should be considered a core aspect of” attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) “because it is commonly seen in patients, including those without comorbidities, and responds to treatment,” according to a study presented at the World Congress on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Some “1,922 male prisoners aged 18 to 30 years” took part in the study.

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You can't see your reflection in boiling water; similarly truth can't be seen in a state of anger, so always analyze before you finalize.

#Quote #LifeQuote #Anger #AngerManagement #ThinkBeforeYouSpeak #AnalyzeBeforeYouFinalize #BoilingWater #Reflection #Truth #Therapy
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ANTIDEPRESSANTS HELP WOMEN DEAL WITH POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION.

HealthDay (5/20, Preidt) reports that a review published May 19 in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that “antidepressants seem to help women deal with postpartum depression.” Researchers arrived at that conclusion after examining the results of “six studies that included nearly 600 women with postpartum depression,” then focusing “their analysis on 72 women with postpartum depression from three of the studies.” The Daily Mail (UK) (5/20, Parry) also covers the story.

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You can only help yourself. Happiness comes from within. Others can give you guidance, and advice, but ultimately you can only change you. #ImWorkingOnMyself #ForMyself #ByMyself
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Go 24 hours without complaining. (Not even once). Then watch how your life starts changing.

#HappyMonday #MotivationMonday
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YOUTH PASTORS REGULARLY ENCOUNTER MENTAL ILLNESS, YET FEEL ILL-EQUIPPED TO HELP, STUDY FINDS

Almost all pastors who deal with adolescents will encounter a mental health and/or substance abuse issue among their congregation and can serve as a valuable source of guidance, yet only a quarter of them feel that they are qualified to recognize problems and help these troubled youth.

This finding comes from a study carried out by researchers at Baylor University who surveyed a broad scope of youth and college pastors across Texas.

The survey found almost 80 percent of youth pastors worked with at least one adolescent a year whom they knew or at least suspected had a mental health issue. However, fewer felt prepared for these situations; about 50 percent reported having some training related to mental illness, while only 26 percent felt qualified to work with young people dealing with a mental problem.

Many of these pastors did refer their adolescents to other professionals; 76 percent referred people to Christian counselors, 51 percent to a psychologist, and 34 percent to a psychiatrist. The pastors felt that a lack of connections was the biggest barrier in preventing them from working with mental health professionals with more frequency.

“Youth and college pastors want to get involved, which is a very positive sign,” said lead author Matthew Stanford, Ph.D., a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Baylor. “They could be a key group that can help build a bridge between the psychiatric and religious communities.”

BRAIN SCANS MAY IDENTIFY PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME.

Bloomberg News (10/29, Cortez) reports that according to a study published online Oct. 29 in the journal Radiology, “brain scans may identify people with chronic fatigue syndrome [CFS].” The imaging study of 15 patients with CFS and 14 healthy matched controls revealed that the patients with CFS “has less white matter.”
The San Francisco Chronicle (10/29, Allday) reports that an unexpected finding “was the discovery of abnormalities in a tract of the brain called the arcuate fasciculus, which connects the frontal and temporal lobes.” Researchers “uncovered these abnormalities using a scanning technique that looks at water displacement in the brain.” In addition, “the chronic fatigue study found abnormalities only in the right hemisphere.”

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People often forget that kindness is free.

#SpreadKindness #SpreadLove #ItsFree
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