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Social and Emotional Development: Kids Benefit from Pets by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Apr 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Anyone that grew up with a dog or cat (or both) knows the psychological benefit of having a pet.  When a child feels their parents don’t understand them or are having trouble with friends or siblings, a pet is always there with unconditional lo ... Read on »
Mother-Son Relationship Key to Emotional Development 87 by relationships .. Posted Tue 06 Apr 2010 2:56am ScienceDaily (Mar. 29, 2010) — New research from the University of Reading says that children, especially boys, who have insecure attachments to their mothers in the early years have more behavior problems later in childhood. Read more http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100325093124.htm Read on »
Monitoring Your Baby's Emotional Development: 16 Key Milestones for the First Year of Life by Susan Hawkins by Cascia T. Posted Sat 01 Nov 2008 10:44pm If you think that six-month-old staring at you from her crib doesn't have a clue as you and Daddy make mad, passionate love, think again! New research is telling us otherwise, and earlier beliefs about the emotional and intellectual abilities of even very young babies are being replaced by a much different view. Infants are not the ... Read on »
ARE YOU AN EMOTIONAL EATER ? Recent Entries by RAWVOLTA Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 12:35am If you want to be notified the next time I write something, subscribe to RSS feed via email or via email on your left. Thanks for stopping by! Lately I came across an article about emotional eating. Because Nora Lenz did such a great job, I am going to post it here for you to read. Because it is such a great deal of an insight and ... Read on »
Why people develop persistent maladaptive beliefs by Steve Beller Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:27pm Continuing the thread of beliefs and health, I will now examine why people develop maladaptive beliefs systems and why they’re so difficult to change. A belief is a type of thought (cognition, attitude, assumption, theory) that emerges as one’s mind converts patterns of electro-chemical brain activity into internal dialogue (“self-talk”), im ... Read on »
Persistent EFT (Emotional Freedo... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:24pm Persistent EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) by Email on depression, anger and anxiety Here is a helpful article by Jayne Morgan-Kidd that emphasizes three important ideas: (1) the use of persistence when a client is ready to give up, (2) useful Setup Statements for important issues and (3) doing EFT by email (Jayne giv ... Read on »
Cognitive Development in the first 20 years: A Child’s and Teenager’s Brain by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 04 Nov 2010 4:27am (Editor’s Note: What follows is an excerpt from Dr. Robert Sylwester’s new book, A Child’s Brain. The Need for Nurture (2010) Corwin. In this excerpt, Robert Sylwester synthesizes the first 20 years of development and shows how it can be viewed as a “rhythmic four-six-four-six-year developmental sequence”) . Chapter 4: Development a ... Read on »
High LDL Cholesterol in Young Adults and Heart Disease Risk in Middle Age by Robert W. Posted Sat 07 Aug 2010 4:06pm     Weekly Health Update:   High LDL Cholesterol in Young Adults and Heart Disease Risk in Middle Age "A critical weekly review of important new research findings for health-conscious readers..."   By, Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS Updated:  08/08/2010 The information in this column is intended ... Read on »
Are we intelligent about developing human intelligence? by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 13 Jun 2013 7:13am When it comes to our understanding of human intelligence, for too long, there has been a mismatch between theory and practice. Theoretically, the two main threads running through definitions of intelligence have been (a) adaptation to the environment, and (b) the cognitive, affective, and volitional characteristics that enable that adaptation ... Read on »
A GPS for the Developing Human Brain by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 23 Mar 2011 8:19pm In his Director’s Blog, Tom Insel of NIMH has a piece “ A GPS for the Developing Human Brain “. I found the piece very interesting in terms of mapping gene expression within the brain and how expression varies across the brain and across development. Given that this is a government publication, I feel that it is appropriate to copy it in t ... Read on »