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Do You Feel Responsible For Other People’s Feelings? You Have to Read This… by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Tue 30 Sep 2008 5:11am Many people actually believe that they are responsible for other people’s feelings. The truth is our feelings are caused by our own thoughts and actions.  Consider these examples: "My wife is so upset that I have to travel more on my new job," Chuck told me in our phone counseling session. "She feels so alone and lost when I’m gone. When I ... Read on »
Feeling Vulnerable: Lynn's Response to "Question from Readers to Readers" by Dr. Barbara Berkeley Medical Doctor Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:31pm By Lynn Haraldson-Bering Whenever I weighed more than 200 pounds, which was several times in my life, I was like reader Vickie who said she felt “safely on the sidelines” when it came to sexual issues, and Linda who said she felt like she was wearing a suit of armor. And like Bobbie, whenever I lost weight in the past and started getting mor ... Read on »
Relationships: Empathy Vs. Responsibility For Feelings by The Relationship Experts .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 7:14am William grew up with a mother who was depressed much of her life. As the oldest of three children with a father who was not around much, William took on a lot of responsibility for his mother's wellbeing. He grew up as a kind and caring man, believing that he was responsible for another's feelings,... Read on »
Feeling thankful can improve immune response. So don’t do it only at Thanksgiving. by Craig At Balanced Immune Health Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 24 Nov 2009 10:01pm About this time last year I put up a post about Thanksgiving and how feelings of appreciation and gratitude can make a measurable, positive difference in immune function. This was supported by some research from UC Davis, Univ. of Utah and Kent State. Being that this is an entirely new year with many new developments in the health, sociologic ... Read on »
Feeling powerless so far away from Egypt? Help change the Canadian government’s response! by Kenn C. Posted Fri 04 Feb 2011 5:07pm Like so much of the world I have been transfixed on the dramatic events in Egypt, but feeling a little powerless to help – until I read about the Harper government’s response (which, I guess, we shouldn’t be surprised about)! What follows came from the Canadian Peace Alliance . Stephen Harper backs Mubarak’s ‘transiti ... Read on »
Is There Personal Responsibility in Healthcare? by Dr. J. Deane W. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Wed 04 Mar 2009 2:56pm In both his Inauguration speech and the State of the Union, President Obama repeatedly referenced responsibility in the aggregate as well as individual. With public demands increasing for universal health care and health-care-as-a-right, one must ask does that right come with any responsibility? This question is being dramatically played ou ... Read on »
Feeling ‘drugged’ on Suboxone (buprenorphine) and the liquefied taper method by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 18 May 2010 2:33pm A question and answer session with someone who is considering stopping buprenorphine.  His message first, with identifying information removed: Hi, I just sent a donation through PayPal. I used Norco 10/325 since 1999, about 20-40 per day for the past five years.  A month ago I went on 2 mg Subutex but don’t like the feeling of being dr ... Read on »
Feeling Kinda Down Today.... by Erin .. Posted Thu 29 Jan 2009 12:00am Don't know why in particluar. I mean-nothing new has come up. We are still in limbo with our Birth Mother....we have no idea where she stands-and I think I'm just letting the possibility that could have been a mom in just a few months go. But I have been for a few weeks now-at least I think I have been. Infertility is truly a rollercoaste ... Read on »
Feel Good About Yourself? Then GO For It! by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Sat 03 Oct 2009 10:00pm We often enter into two types of relationships – those that make us feel good about ourselves: confident, accomplished! – and then those that, well, make us feel the opposite: worried, flawed. Ever wonder why we even bother with the relationships that cause us to have negative feelings about ourselves? Me too – but I think I’ve found at least par ... Read on »
Feel A Fight Coming On? How To Avoid It (Video) by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 12:03pm Every couple fights. It’s a fact of life! Arguing in a relationship helps to vent feelings and can even be healthy for a relationship. Unfortunately, not everyone fights fair. Lots of couples will start arguments with each other when it’s not even necessary and while the occasional fight is normal and healthy, fighting all the time can take a ... Read on »