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Psychology Today Article: Thin from Within "How inner conflict keeps people stuck" by findingmeonepoundatatime Posted Fri 20 Jan 2012 10:44am How Much Weight Can You Really Lose? What can I do if my body resists my efforts? Published on January 13, 2012 by Terese Weinstein Katz, Ph.D. in Thin from Within Just as we all start resolving to lose, we're hit with the news that it may never work.  If you've been overweight for a while, if you've dieted only to ke ... Read on »
Psychology Today Blog: Interview with Philip Dawdy by Duane Sherry, M.S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 12 Apr 2009 11:17pm Philip Dawdy, of Furious Seasons was recently interviewed by a Psychology Today blogger….His responses were refreshingly honest…. From Psychology Today, Blogs: “The bipolar child is purely American phenomenon:” An interview with Philip Dawdy By Christopher Lane, Ph.D. on April 7, 2009 - 12:17pm in Side Effects Philip Dawdy, a prize-winning in ... Read on »
Psychology Today Blogs: David Healy, Unconventional Wisdom by Duane Sherry, M.S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 19 Apr 2009 11:11pm Christopher Lane, PhD, of Psychology Today Blogs recently interviewed David Healy, former secretary of the British Association for Psychopharmacology, and author of The Antidepressant Era, about the history and current status of psychiatry….. His answers - related to biological models for psychiatric disorders, and pharmaceutical solutions for thes ... Read on »
Derek Bickerton on Psychology Today Blog Questions Frontline's Autism Vaccine War Program by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 May 2010 12:00am Please read and comment on Derek Bickerton's  blog entry on the Psychology Today site called, " AUTISM: THE NUMBERS DON'T ADD UP Why we can't be complacent about the autism epidemic. We've just finished Autism Awareness Month. Were we any more aware of autism on April 30 than we were on April 1? I doubt it. Most of the ... Read on »
Going Live on ‘Psychology Today’ by David DiSalvo Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Aug 2010 12:00am Wanted to let everyone know that Neuronarrative is now officially a Psychology Today blog, here .  It will continue to live on in this space as well, and some content will be the same between the two sites, but I’ll also be posting entirely new content at Psychology Today.  Please subscribe to the for updates. Best,       ... Read on »
Slow Movement with Awareness: Better than Exercise? | Psychology Today by Movements Afoot Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 13 Oct 2010 10:13am Slow Movement with Awareness: Better than Exercise? | Psychology Today “Paying attention to the body is like shining a direct spotlight on areas of pain. Not such a great idea, to focus on pain? Actually, it is the best cure for pain because the attention spotlight helps to direct the body’s own healing resources to the affected areas. ... Read on »
Orlov and Hallowell Now Blogging for Psychology Today, Too by Melissa Orlov Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 Oct 2010 9:53am Dr. Ned Hallowell and I have both been asked by the editors of Psychology Today to join their ranks of bloggers.  Today I created my first post there, titled "ADHD Isn't Just for Kids - Adults Feel Big Impact in Marriage."  It's an overview to introduce readers to the basics of why one should be paying attention to adult ADHD.  For those of y ... Read on »
ADD at & by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted Wed 15 Dec 2010 9:08pm My blog posts also appear in the ADD/ADHD communities at &, and I received a nice comment today at the site, and I wanted to share a small part of the comment with you: “ADD can exist without emotional problems/mental illness. Thanks, for mentioning the emotional strengths of OUR people ... Read on »
Psychology Today Online by Kurt G Harris MD Posted Sat 12 Mar 2011 3:17pm Several weeks ago, I received an email from the editor of the widely circulated print publication, Psychology Today. Hi Kurt, I'm a fan of this blog and wonder whether you'd be interested in cross-posting to psychology today's high-traffic site. We remunerate based on page views. If this is of interest, I'll share more details. Regardless I'l ... Read on »
Psychology Today: Cry It Out “damages children…for the long term” by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Dec 2011 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. The Cry It Out (CIO) method of attempting to teach babies to self soothe was once the norm.  I remember calling my mother when babysitting an infant who was inconsolable, and her advice was “sometimes babies just need to cry”.  She gave the sam ... Read on »