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Mental health and wellness resources to help increase life satisfaction. Community of mental health advocates and professions.
Mental health and wellness resources to help increase life satisfaction. Community of mental health advocates and professions.

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Why negative thoughts make some people depressed, while others quickly dismiss them.
“Sticky thoughts” are the hallmark of depression, research finds.
Bad things happen to most of us at some point, but some people take it worse than others.…
https://mindfullyhealing.com/?p=2474
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The drug takes effect within hours.
Ketamine — a type of anaesthetic — has anti-suicidal effects within hours of administration, new research finds.
The drug performed better than a commonly used sedative called midazolam.…
https://mindfullyhealing.com/?p=2629
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…and how members of the most narcissistic generation ever react to the label.
People born between 1988 and 1994 — so-called “millennials” — are the most narcissistic generation ever.
At least that is their view and the view of both their parents and grandparents.…
https://mindfullyhealing.com/?p=2191
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Joy is a powerful tool for solving childhood challenges. Yet in our culture of doing, teaching, treating and pathologizing, too often we forget that when a child needs help, the first thing we should increase is joy.…
https://mindfullyhealing.com/?p=2674
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Ideas for Practicing Nonjudgmentalness
Leaving out comparisons, judgments, and assumptions:
1. Practice observing judgmental thoughts and statements, saying in your mind,
“A judgmental thought arose in my mind.”
2. Count judgmental thoughts and statements (by moving objects or pieces of paper from
one pocket to another, by clicking a sports counter, or by marking a piece of paper).…
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The behavior is linked to more white matter, the brain’s ‘superhighway’.
People who take calculated risks are likely to be smarter than average, research finds.
People making quick decisions and taking chances have more white matter in their brains.…
https://mindfullyhealing.com/?p=3636
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How to spot someone who is passive-aggressive and how to handle them.
Some people find it very hard to express their concerns directly.
Here are some of the ways that passive-aggressive people attempt to communicate their irritation:

Procrastination.…
https://mindfullyhealing.com/?p=2436
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Each exercise session was only 20-minutes long.
Short bursts of high-intensity exercise provide a considerable boost to memory, new research finds.
The study showed that healthy young adults increased their memory performance in a relatively short period of time.…
https://mindfullyhealing.com/?p=2576
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Bipolar disorder used to be known as manic depression.
There is no one specific cause of bipolar disorder, new research finds.
It is not down to one chemical imbalance or one specific life event.…
https://mindfullyhealing.com/?p=2698
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