Browsing Monthly Archive March 2012
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9 Tips For Dealing With An Eating Disorder Relapse

Recovering from an eating disorder is hard work. A person puts in a lot of the proverbial blood, sweat and tears into emotional work, psychological

March 30, 2012 Eating Disorders
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Your Adopted Teen May Be Struggling With Identity: How To Help

A critical part of the teen years involves forming an identity separate from one’s parents. Adoption adds a complex element to an already turbulent time.

March 30, 2012 Parenting
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Common Misconceptions About Eating Disorders

The most common misconception about an eating disorder is that it is vanity related. Many people who have never experienced an eating disorder themselves mistake

March 29, 2012 Eating Disorders
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Could You Be in a Codependent Relationship Without Even Realizing It? (Hint: Yes)

As awareness increases about issues related to substance abuse and addiction, terms such as “codependent” have become more commonplace. However, as is often the case

March 29, 2012 Addiction & Recovery
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The Benefits Of Resilience: Tips For Improving Your Child’s Emotional Health

Parents, you are going to want your children to be resilient. Resilience is part of our emotional intelligence and is a reflection of emotional strength.

March 29, 2012 Parenting
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7 Tips for Overcoming Loved Ones Who Undermine Your Weight Loss Efforts

Weight loss is rarely an easy endeavor. But trying to achieve and maintain a healthier weight can be exponentially more difficult when friends or family

March 28, 2012 Weight Management
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Bayside Marin to Open New Intensive Outpatient Program in San Francisco

Bayside Marin, one of the nation’s premier residential addiction treatment programs, will be opening a new Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in the heart of San

March 28, 2012 Addiction & Recovery
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Assistance Dogs For Autism: The Benefits Are Many

To a family with an autistic child, the addition of a specially trained service dog may provide the sense of calm, security and peace of

March 28, 2012 Parenting
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