Therapeutically reliving and elaborating your traumatic experiences CAN be harmful

Therapeutically reliving and elaborating your traumatic experiences CAN be harmful

In the June 18th, 2007 issue of Newsweek, Sharon Begley wrote an opinion column that must have raised a few...
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The “computer game syndrome”!

The “computer game syndrome”!

You may have heard that the AMA recently decided that a child's "addiction" to computer games should, in the extreme,...
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Brain fitness training: measuring psycho-social dimensions of brain health

Brain fitness training: measuring psycho-social dimensions of brain health

Dr. William Bailey's comments about a study that he and his colleague Jean Turner are conducting on the impacts of...
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Building a tree-house

Building a tree-house

I spent much of the last two weekends working with my two sons-in-law constructing a tree-house for their children (Diane...
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Two additional risk factors for PTSD (one surprising; one mundane)

Two additional risk factors for PTSD (one surprising; one mundane)

Being ambidextrous is pretty useful as a member of your Little League team, but it turns out to be not...
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Why not fix it BEFORE it breaks?

Why not fix it BEFORE it breaks?

An article in the New York Times published about two weeks ago mirrored by an article in the AARP Bulletin...
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What is wrong with American schools?  Part 2

What is wrong with American schools? Part 2

There are too many answers to this question, and in a sense, THAT'S what's wrong. I used this 'headline' as...
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Racing through life!

Racing through life!

Race car driving was the last thing Marilyn Kays expected to be doing at the age of 63. Her late...
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