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Mental Health
27
Sep

Study Suggest Treating Alcoholism Benefits Family Financially

Have you ever needed to care for a loved one who suffers from a chronic health condition or disease? For that matter, have you ever needed to care for a loved one who has an acute health condition or disease? Assuming responsibility…comes naturally Of course, we’ve probably all experienced caring for a sick or injured...
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14
Sep

After All These Years We Learn Crying Out Loud Sleep Training Is Not Harmful!

Parenting is a process, not an event! If you’re a parent, you realize you’re in the throes of the process, almost as soon as your child is born, but for sure you know it after a few days at home with your newborn. As the days and months drift by, you question every small and...
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03
Aug

Teenage Girls: Depression Rates Rising

Adolescence: the transitional period between puberty and adulthood in human development, extending mainly over the teen years and terminating legally when the age of majority is reached. (dictionary.com) The operative word in this definition is transitional. We talk about our children “going through” adolescence, as if it were a quiet walk in the park. We...
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20
Jul

Prayer and Reflection for the Community of Aurora Colorado

Serenity Prayer -Cottonwood Tucson Today is July 20, 2012. It is a day that will now be remembered for the mass shooting that took place in Aurora, Colorado, at the midnight premiere opening of the Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises. So now today becomes a day of prayer and reflection for the deceased, the...
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13
Jul

It Appears Baby Boomers Face More Than Gray Hair!

Turns out baby boomers need to worry about more than gray hair! Some people look forward to growing older. It’s true. They look forward to retirement, traveling, enjoying their home, spending time with their spouse or partner, perhaps being a grand-parent, or volunteering for favorite causes.  Did you ever experience the death of a dear...
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06
Jul

Consider A DWI Conviction A Red Flag Alert

Sometimes when you attend a business meeting you find yourself overhearing small talk before the meeting actually starts. Remembering one such conversation that went something like this: Young business professional: “Not sure what I am going to do, I got stopped and ticketed for driving under the influence last night.” Older business professional: “Don’t you...
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14
Jun

Do You Think About Gambling? Want To Bet?

It’s a simple question. “Do you think about gambling?” Maybe the better question is: “How often do you think about gambling?” Don’t be too quick to answer. Consider where you work. Do you have pools for such things as March Madness or the Super Bowl Game? Do you ever “go-in” on the purchase of a...
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02
Jan

Chantix May Be Dangerous

Quitting smoking is extremely difficult despite the countless methods available. Over the last few years the smoking cessation drug Chantix has widely been reported to have serious side effects associated with it. The drug has seemingly worked well for some people, although for others it appears to have caused serious mental health problems that have...
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26
Mar

Psychiatry Public Trust Influence

Thomas Insel, MD, the director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) wrote an editorial in the most recent Journal of the American Medical Association discussing the relationship between psychiatry and pharmaceutical companies that have contributed to the increasing erosion of public trust in psychiatry. Now psychiatry has never had a positive image. I...
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