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2013 Midpoint – Top 10 posts

Posted Jun 30 2013 5:00am

First 6 months of 2013 and Most read posts


David Miller. LMFT,LPCC

Can you believe it? 2013 is half gone? Seems like only yesterday we were talking about resolutions, goals, values and what we might all do to have a happy life.

This year the plan was to aim to average one new post each day. No one has been more surprised than I that a new post has appeared every day.

The theme for this blog has been and will continue to be mental health, substance abuse, co-occurring disorders and having a happy life.

Along that road to a happy life, however you might define that, we have talked about a lot of other life issues, the senses, feelings, success and failure and the like.

Always popular have been the posts around about therapy and counseling, can it help, can I trust them, what will they keep secret and the like.

Posts on specific diagnosis, depression, Bipolar and the like, substance related disorders, relationship issues and parenting have also gotten some attention. For the balance of the year we will try to fill in some gaps in the topics.

My aim is to cover things that might be helpful in your recovery, successes and happiness. In that spirit the goal, not quite a resolution, is to post another 180 items, roughly one per day. Forgive me if I miss a few days here and there, but I will try to make up for that with some extra answers to readers’ questions.

You can all help me out here by leaving comments or asking questions.

Here are the top 10 posts for the first 6 months of 2013, a few new posts are moving up the list but have not made the top 10 yet.

  1. How much should you tell a therapist?                       
  2. Do therapists have to report a crime?
  3. Are you Hyperthymic?                       
  4. Do people really forget what happened when drinking? – Blackouts            
  5. Levels or types of Borderline Personality Disorder                
  6. Is nicotine a stimulant or a depressant?          
  7. Why can’t we forget the painful past?           
  8. Which border is Borderline Intellectual Functioning on?                   
  9. What is the difference between depression and Major Depressive Disorder?
  10. Hyperthymia, Hyperthymic Personality Disorder and Bipolar Disorder

Best wishes on your journey towards the life you want to be living.  

For more about David Joel Miller and my work in the areas of mental health, substance abuse and Co-occurring disorders see the about the author page . For information about my other writing work beyond this blog there is also a Facebook authors page, up under David Joel Miller. Posts to the “books, trainings and classes” category will tell you about those activities. If you are in the Fresno California area, information about my private practice is at                     

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