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What is Narcissistic Personality Disorder ?- Causes, Symptoms, Information with Treatment

27th June 2011
Narcissistic personality disorder may be naive, defensive personality structure to respond to abuse and trauma, usually developing Early childhood or early adolescence. Factor in the development of children And the behavior of parents, can contribute to e... Read >
Author: takehealthcare

Healing Rejection and Breaking Free of Self Hatred

25th November 2010
Healing rejection and self-hatred is especially crucial in today's society. We see many youth and young adults turning to alcohol and drugs as well as experiencing emotional disturbances such as eating disorders and self harm tendencies such as cutting. T... Read >
Author: Fred Fish

Why Am I So Depressed -the Physical And Emotional Reasons For Depression

06th May 2010
Why am I so Depressed -The physical and emotional reasons for depression Is the question why am I so depressed plaguing you? There are a number of reasons for depression. There are environmental and physical causes of depression. Depression is a seriou... Read >
Author: Andrea Paduchak

Bulimia and Our Teeth

07th January 2010
At some point in our life, we have all experienced eating too much. It may be during the holidays or special occasions in our life. To most people this is perfectly normal, but to some it is a crime. They can't seem to accept gaining a few pounds by inges... Read >
Author: garydrew01

Scientific Research Shows Vegetarians at Risk

05th January 2010
Over 5% of the world's population is vegetarian; this is a trend that is growing for reasons of health, cultural beliefs, and other lifestyle factors. Yet there is increasing evidence from research showing that vegetarians are less healthy than non-vegeta... Read >
Author: Russell Eaton

Eating Disorders: Anorexia & Bulimia

17th September 2009
This article is freely available for reprint provided that the resource box at the end of the article is left intact and the article is published complete. Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia The incidences of eating disorders in ou... Read >
Author: easy121428

Is It Safe To Use Laxatives For Weight Loss?

19th June 2009
One popular weight loss supplements available in the market today take the form of tea. Stores all over sell slimming tea, dieter's tea and others but all of them are actually the same. They may appear to be effective, but what is not seen may actually ha... Read >
Author: JonJG

Treating Co-Dependency

13th May 2009
Co-dependency is a serious addiction requiring specialised relationship counselling. Co-dependency is twofold. Firstly, it is the natural, behavioural reaction that is appropriated by one person in a relationship when the other person is involved in some ... Read >
Author: AlterSage

What Does It Mean to Be an Addiction Counselor?

09th September 2008
With the number of jobs increasing faster than people are graduating from counseling programs, now could be the right time to enter this worthwhile profession. What Does an Addiction Counselor Do? Two types of counselors deal with addictions: mental h... Read >
Author: Kelli

Stop Overeating: Self Hypnosis For Overeating

24th July 2008
Stop Overeating: Stop Being A Food Addict When trying to stop overeating, it is important to realize that you may be dealing with an addiction. These days, at last, the problem of overeating is now seen by many as an addiction. A number of harmful ster... Read >
Author: Mark C Roberts

What should you do when you lose your appetite?

05th July 2008
The with epidemic of obesity plaguing North America, it can come as a surprise to many that there are a number of people who suffer from excessive weight loss. There are many common reasons for this, including eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia... Read >
Author: Dr. Jennifer B. Lagrotte, DMFT,

Adolescents and Martial Arts

03rd May 2008
Teaching teenagers martial arts isn't an easy thing to do simply because them actually BEING teenagers isn't easy! Indeed, teaching them can be a frustrating and stressful experience, as they tend to be less motivated than other age groups, and can prove ... Read >
Author: Jaimie Lee-Barron

Melatonin, Sleep Enhancement, and ADHD

25th January 2008
Melatonin is the hormone that regulates sleep. Produced by the Pineal Gland, this hormone controls the body's circadian rhythm, the internal clock that tells us when to fall asleep and when to wake up.Melatonin is also a very powerful antioxidant. In one ... Read >
Author: Anthony Kane, MD

Acupunture Points Map

26th May 2006
Practitioners of the ancient Chinese art of acupuncture rely on the acupuncture points map to free trapped energy in the body and restore health. You might have spotted this type of chart of the human body on the wall of your holistic doctor's office o... Read >
Author: Jamie Lynn Stout

The Truth about Anorexia

06th December 2005
Being fit and sexy is one of the priorities of women nowadays. Women are very careful especially about the food they eat but sometimes they get too intense in their desire to be thin thus resulting to eating disorders. One of this eating disorder is calle... Read >
Author: Jeff Dedrick
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