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Day: July 14, 2013

What Is Psychological Wholeness? Are You There Yet?

Many of us spend years obsessing about neuroses, worrying we might inherit a psychological illness from one parent or another, consuming one self-help regimen after another, contemplating self-improvement while slumping in dim therapy offices, revealing what we perceive as our psychological failures. We may continue to repeat this cycle, unaware of the fact that all …

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Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Bulimia

Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is a form of therapy originally developed to address the symptoms of the mood disorder called major depression. Practitioners of this therapy view interpersonal difficulties as one of the primary sources of mental health issues, and work with patients to improve four areas of interpersonal function. Current evidence supports the use of …

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Drawing a Picture of Pizza Helps Satisfy Urge

Who doesn’t sometimes crave high-fat, sugary-sweet or otherwise calorie-laden food? The desire to stuff our faces with something decidedly unhealthy for us takes on even more risk when the habit becomes more pronounced, when there are other health concerns, such as diabetes, or we’re already addicted to food, alcohol or drugs (or all of these). …

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