"You not only have to accept what is; you have to accept the fact that it is probably not what you think."
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The kind of attachment we form with our primary caregiver(s) when we are infants can have a great impact on our future...
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Parents sit down together and talk about which behaviors need to be modified and what the consequences will be for each of these...
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Neuroplasticity, also known as brain plasticity, is an umbrella term that encompasses both synaptic...
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Seven Deadly Habits and the Seven Caring Habits for Relationships
The following list of Deadly Habits and Caring Habits are from...
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We are all capable of experiencing wisdom in our lives. Wise Mind is a core dialectical behavior therapy concept. DBT was...
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In his book, “The Emotional Life of Your Brain: How its unique patterns affect the way you think, feel and live – and how you can...
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