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Beginner's Mind | Psychology Today

Psychology Today initially entitled my blog "Beginner's Mind." Did Psych Today mean that at that time, I was a beginning blogger for them, so don't expect too much?

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Doctoring the Mind | Psychology Today

On the other hand, many people still confuse psychology and psychiatry, though the two, in practice, have surprisingly little to do with each other. The poignancy of the tale from the Times would be lost on many young psychiatrists for whom Freud is a figure from ancient history.

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Mind-Body Medicine for Cancer

Using mind-body techniques can enhance your quality of life, lessen pain, and may extend your longevity, say proponents. (continued) Encouraging the Practice continued... Wynn, who says he's a "great believer" in hope and resilience, recommends that people with cancer remain "attuned" to themselves.

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Out of Mind | Psychology Today

It wasn't a week ago; it was peagreen soup sludge and warm when I got home after a month away. I prefer it gin-clear, the depths illuminated by sunshine, the surface brittle as a mirror.

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Longevity Gene May Protect Mind

A "longevity gene" credited with long life may also help older people think clearly and preserve their memories -- offering new clues about the agingaging process. Previous studies have linked the gene to exceptionally long life.

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Mind & Body

Your efforts to live a balanced, healthy life have long-lasting and far-reaching implications for your personal wellbeing. This article provides a very basic overview of practical measures you can take to ensure youll have a healthy mind and body.

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Mind Reading Children | Psychology Today

If you are looking at me, then your irises are centered in your eyes and the whites are generally balanced. Adults can see immediately if someone is looking at them and that gaze has important consequences.

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Mind-Body Medicine for Cancer

Using mind-body techniques can enhance your quality of life, lessen pain, and may extend your longevity, say proponents. "By doing whatever you can to take care of yourself, you're gaining back some control."

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Feed your mind - Mayo Clinic

Did you know that what you eat can affect your brain's function? The Mediterranean diet and the DASH diet, both known to reduce heart disease, have also been shown to slow cognitive decline.

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Helping a Declining Mind

There is no evidence that NAMENDA XR prevents or slows the underlying disease process in patients with Alzheimer's disease. IMPORTANT RISK INFORMATION Who should NOT take NAMENDA XR?

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How to Understand Your Mind | Psychology Today

However, over the past 20 years a major theme emerged that was a breakthrough, which isn't something new to regular Psychology Today readers. I found this rough distinction to be somewhat helpful for my counseling clients, but it has been difficult to translate it into useful tools.

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The Mind of a Dictator | Psychology Today

The following article is based on my speech, an attempt to look inside the minds of these elusive and powerfulworld players. They are also extremely self-absorbed, masterful liars, compassionless, often sadistic, and possess a boundless appetite for power.

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