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Everyone is likely to encounter several people within their family, relationships, friendships, and work environments who have Personality Disorder (PD). The following are ten signs a person may have a PD.
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Feelings of emptiness can lead to distressing thoughts. How you handle your emptiness depends on what’s causing it. Review these suggestions as you seek help.
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The strong wills our teens display can serve them well into adulthood. The trick is understanding how to avoid conflict as they mature.
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Here are 5 reasons people stay in toxic relationships despite emotional abuse and domestic violence — and how to break the vicious cycle for yourself.
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What can a parent do to ease the strain the transition into high school presents? Take some preventive steps that will make it more likely that your teen will settle into school and be more successful both academically and socially.
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When your feelings are minimized or denied, it’s natural to want to defend yourself or to strike back and emotionally wound the perpetrator. Before deciding how to respond to invalidation, ask yourself the following questions....
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Borderline Personality Disorder – or “BPD” – may be among the most stigmatized of mental disorders. Read a short excerpt from The Human Magnet Syndrome: The Codependent Narcissist Trap, and begin to understand why.
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Having a warm, flexible, responsive connection to our children is fundamental to virtually every aspect of parenting - Carla Naumburg, PhD
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With all of the competing views about the "appropriate type" of physical appearance, it is important to understand just how and why our teens struggle so much with this issue.
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Understand the benefits of tolerating our own discomfort as the best way to teach our kids to tolerate their own. After all, it always starts with us.
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