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Becoming Rosie Soul

  Published on Dec 22, 2013 An intimate discussion on the personal journey to becoming Rosie Soul. Our friends give us so much support and love, we thought we would share a little in return. Hopefully, some will find this helpful. Category Music License Standard YouTube License  

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    Perfectionism, Procrastination, and Distress           Learn to outwit the devil on your shoulder and get things done, with advice from procrastination expert Timothy Pychyl, Ph.D.     A study that examines traits that predict psychological distress Published on October 28, 2012 by Timothy A. Pychyl, Ph.D. in Don't Delay […]

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    Have you given some thought to making any New Year’s resolutions this year? The tradition of setting goals for the New Year goes back about 4,000 years to the Babylonians when once a year people made promises to the gods in hopes of receiving good fortune in return. by Tricia Drevets December 27, 2013 […]

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    The holiday season is a festive time to celebrate, enjoy family and be thankful for those things in life that we sometimes take for granted.   Written by  Tom Watkins Filed Under Opinion Columnists     But along with this joyous time comes two major issues that affect so many people — stress […]

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When the weather turns cold and daylight hours dwindle, it's easy to blame seasonal affective disorder (SAD) for a blue mood. By Cathy Garrard  December 05, 2013  But chances are, there's a whole lot more to your SAD story. Before you flip on a light box, make sure these other seasonal mood-busters aren't dragging you […]

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Coping with your less-than-ideal family during the season of thanks and joy           0 inShare   Published on November 18, 2013   It’s not even Thanksgiving, but Christmas is everywhere in New York City, as it has been since the day after Halloween.  I no longer dread the holidays the way […]

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  By Cari Nierenberg, Contributing writer   |   November 25, 2013 08:15am ET   From the glasses of wine with Thanksgiving dinner to the champagne toast on New Year's, alcohol is often a familiar sight at holiday celebrations. But if you're taking one or more medications a day — whether they're over-the-counter or prescription — is […]

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  Nov. 26, 2013 at 10:26 AM ET Actor Richard Dreyfuss has struggled with bipolar disorder since childhood, but for many years, he didn't know what was behind the intense emotions that filled much of his life.   "I didn't know it was a manic state," he explained during a Tuesday morning visit to TODAY. […]

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 November  2013 Contact: HHS Press Office: (202) 690-6343; Dept. of Labor: (202) 693-4676; Dept. of Treasury: (202) 622-2960 Administration issues final mental health and substance use disorder parity rule     Final rules break down financial barriers and provide consumer protections The Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor and the Treasury today jointly issued […]

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  The ADHD-impacted marriage             ADHD Adults: "What It Feels Like to Have ADHD"       by Melissa Orlov Your brain, and everyday experiences, feel different with ADHD. Here's how. Published on November 21, 2013 by Melissa Orlov in May I Have Your Attention   What does it feel […]

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