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The amygdala is the fear center? Come on, mediators, let's wise up (and be as wise as our grandmothers) by Stephanie Allen Posted Wed 04 May 2011 1:32pm A lot of what is being said about the neuroscience of conflict resolution is cringe-worthy. Not only is research often done on college students, in the artificial setting of a lab, being presented as if it applies to real-life conflicts, but also as if we know for sure how people act outside the lab. One of many criticisms I have... Read on »
Castlewood Treatment Center: ED, Anxiety Disorders, and PTSD by castlewoodtc Posted Tue 21 Dec 2010 5:36am There are very few programs that combine state of the art Anxiety Disorder therapies with comprehensive Eating Disorder treatment. Not only do we provide both at Castlewood, in addition, trauma resolution therapies are blended when applicable. We are able to treat the Anxiety Disorder, PTSD, and any resulting Dissociative Disorders all while ... Read on »
Searching For Anxiety Treatments, Depression Treatments or Detox Centers? What You Need to Know by chrisknight Posted Wed 21 Nov 2012 10:13am Anxiety and depression treatments don’t have to involve drugs. You may be able to find a successful program that treats you holistically at a number of detox centers in your area. How Do Anxiety Treatments Work? Anxiety treatments are designed to relieve you of an overwhelming sense of anxiety you feel during stressful or non-stressful situ ... Read on »
Are Anxious People Self-Centered? by Paul Patient Expert Posted Wed 13 May 2009 11:13pm Most  people are self centered to a certain degree.  The reasons for being self-centered also vary a great deal as well, but are anxious people inherently more self-centered than the average person? Although generalizing is not a good thing when it comes to describing people it appears that anxious people are a little self absorbed, but not ... Read on »
SEPARATION ANXIETY, PT. 2 by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 14 Nov 2010 12:00am None of our readers need Helpful Buckeye to remind them that Thanksgiving Day is less than 2 weeks away. However, Helpful Buckeye suspects that at least some of you need to be reminded about the dangers associated with Thanksgiving Day festivities. From 2 of our previous issues of Questions On Dogs and Cats, Helpful Buckeye offers these ... Read on »
An account from a survivor of the Judge Rotenberg Center by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 12 Feb 2013 5:24pm Recently I wrote about a letter from a survivor of the Judge Rotenberg Center (JRC). At the time I did not know if I needed permission to publish the letter in full so I linked to the post I found it at, from Autistic Hoya: Judge Rotenberg Center Survivor’s Letter . I’ve since contacted Nancy Weiss and confirmed that the author gave permissi ... Read on »
The Top 100 Things You Should Know About Anxiety Disorders by Paul Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 May 2009 11:29am Over the course of a decade you can learn a lot about anything.  You can become an expert at car repair, kitchen remodeling, hair styling, or in my case you can learn about all things anxiety.  Since 1999 I have been battling anxiety non-stop and as a result I’ve learned a thing or two about this topic. Many of my thoughts on this issue ... Read on »
Eating Foods to Influence your Vibration and Chakras by Robin V. Posted Sat 17 Nov 2012 4:26pm In today’s world with the stressors of everyday life being many, it is prudent to pay some attention to what we are putting into our body on a daily basis in the way of nutrition. When I look at food, I pay attention to how much ‘life force energy’ is in the food. Life force energy is a term that denotes how much energy you have available to yo ... Read on »
Friday’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 25 Feb 2011 2:19pm Volume 11, Issue 8 February 25, 2011 Richard D. Martin, Editor Q: It is bad taste to send us to a drug manufacturer’s website, so why do you do it? You should be ashamed! A: Quiet a few people think that most or all of the research we’re interested in is both publically funded and conducted by impartial individual ... Read on »