How to Tell Someone Your Boundaries
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4d ago
So, you’ve decided that it’s time to set some boundaries in your life. Good for you! Boundaries are essential to maintaining relationships with friends, family members, and coworkers, as they can help build trust and respect. Once you’ve decided what your boundaries are, the next ..read more
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Rumination: What It Is & How to Stop Doing It
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4d ago
Rumination involves obsessively thinking about negative experiences and feelings. Some people replay events that occurred in the past, while others worry about situations that could potentially occur in the future. Rumination tends to have a snowball effect—certain mental health conditions (including generalized anxiety disorder and ..read more
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How to Know if You’re an Introvert
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2w ago
What’s the difference between introversion and extroversion, and how can you tell whether you’re an introvert? We’ve got the answers you need below. Introversion vs. Extroversion Before exploring common signs of introversion, it may be helpful to first explain what it means to be an ..read more
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What Causes OCD to Flare Up?
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2w ago
You’ve probably heard of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), a condition that causes someone to have recurring, unwanted thoughts and urges (obsessions) and/or repetitively perform certain actions (compulsions). But did you know that certain things can cause OCD symptoms to worsen? Here are four potential causes of ..read more
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5 Benefits of Sex After 50
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3w ago
Life comes at you fast. It seems one minute you’re avoiding eye contact with your parents as they awkwardly tell you about the birds and the bees, and the next minute? You’re “of an age” where you are not considered a sexual being anymore. That’s ..read more
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What Foods Trigger ADHD?
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3w ago
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common mental disorder that can cause excessive movements, lead to poor impulse control, and make it difficult to focus. Researchers are still working to determine exactly what causes ADHD, but studies suggest that certain foods and beverages can worsen symptoms ..read more
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How Sex Therapy Can Lead to More Intimacy
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1M ago
A relationship requires different things to thrive. Good communication is necessary, as is mutual respect and compromise. But one of the most important aspects of a healthy relationship is a sense of intimacy between each other. While intimacy can be fostered through communication, there is ..read more
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What Causes Selective Mutism?
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1M ago
Does your child have a hard time speaking when they feel uncomfortable? If so, they might have an anxiety disorder known as selective mutism. People with this disorder become so anxious or fearful in certain social situations that they find it difficult or even impossible ..read more
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Benefits of Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction and Sexual Anxiety
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1M ago
Sex is a natural – and pretty terrific – function of life. But for many men, sex can lead to feelings of anxiety, which can ultimately lead to erectile dysfunction (ED). The Link Between Performance Anxiety and ED Research suggests there is a clear link ..read more
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Coping With Grief After Losing Money
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2M ago
Have you recently experienced a financial setback? If so, you may be experiencing sadness, anger, fear, and all the other emotions commonly associated with grief. But isn’t grief usually reserved for illness and death? That’s actually not the case—grief can result from the loss of ..read more
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