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Anxiety’s Hidden Element: Bracing

Whenever we feel threatened, physically or socially, the human body automatically acts to protect and shield itself from attack through the action of bracing. Continue reading

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How Journaling Helps Us While in Therapy

Journaling is a therapy tool whose price is right. By Philadelphia psychiatrist / talk therapist Jerrold Bonn MD. Continue reading

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Raising Our Relationship IQ: Common Sense about What Makes Relationships Tick

The most important fact about relationships is often not apparent to many people who suffer with relational problems: no matter how much emotional pain we may suffer in relationships, we also have a great impact on how others feel by how we talk and behave, positively or negatively. Continue reading

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