When was the last time you did something you regret? Like drive by that old boyfriend’s house just “because.” It starts out innocently enough. There’s that old yearning and a little curiosity, and you hope by God you see him. He’ll have gained weight, have an enormous beer belly, and his hair will be filthy […]
“It is true that even across the Himalayan barrier India has sent to the west, such gifts as grammar and logic, philosophy and fables, hypnotism and chess, and above all numerals and the decimal system.” — Will Durant, American Historian Too much time, and don’t know what to do? Or maybe the better question is: […]
Problem-solving worksheet Conversation with a problem This is a 2-page cartoon-ridden worksheet that helps the reader explore a new way to approach a problem, by talking to the darned thing! Grab a pen, start where it says “START HERE,” and follow the arrows. (Word document format) This isn’t madness. For anyone who’s curious, the […]
Let me start by saying I don’t have a definitive opinion about marijuana. I don’t support it. I don’t not support it. I have had patients in the past smoke it legally and effectively. Others ran into problems. Everyone is unique, and I’m not here to judge. But I am here to educate, […]
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What is delusional disorder? The quick answer: delusional disorder is diagnosed when a person has one or more delusions over a one month period or longer. Delusions Delusions are complex beliefs that are all-encompassing but false, and they don’t change even when presented with proof to the contrary. For example, a man might have a […]
Below you’ll find a list of self-help articles about surviving and triumphing over life’s challenges, like how-to-guides for rewriting toxic thought patterns, making friends, dealing with difficult people, and much, much more! A Addiction: Dealing with Cravings Addiction: When Someone You Care About Is an Addict Alzheimer’s: telling the difference between Alzheimer’s and normal aging […]
Below you’ll find a list of links to (current or eventual) blogs/articles about medications, psychotherapy, electroconvulsive therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation, types of clinical settings and providers, and much more. Sorry, this is a work in progress. A Aging: Dementia and Normal Aging Aging: Exciting Stuff About Aging Antidepressants B Bipolar medications C Cognitive […]