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Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news: A Victorian lunatic asylum begins to reveal its secrets. The Wellcome Library now has the first of many digitised asylum records online. Narra...

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Hope for Anxiety – Part Two

In my last blog I stated that I’d learned to become less anxious about having anxiety.   In order to this, the first thing I had to do was accept that I was anxious. If you read part one of this two part blog, you can probably guess this was not an...

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Best of Our Blogs: October 24, 2014

Something we all struggle with or have struggled with is self-worth and self-love that’s not conditional on external circumstances. And it’s not just loving yourself despite your depression, mistakes and imperfections. It’s about loving...

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The Beast Is Back: Depression Part II

It has almost been over a week on my new antidepressant and it’s getting easier to open the pill box and take it. Not perfect, but I’m trying. I skipped a couple days which I know is bad but I waffled on taking the whole thing to begin with so I needed...

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How to Bargain to Get What You Want

Last week’s cartoon is based on an idea of what I think marriage might be like. Too negative? Time will tell! All rights reserved, and content including cartoons is ©Donna Barstow 2014.  My main cartoon site is Donna Barstow Cartoons. And  you can...

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ADHD Has Been Good To Me

Well, it builds strong character … Yes, ADHD has made me the success I am today. Without it I’d be … well, I’d not be me. I’d be someone else. And who that person I might have been is, I will never know. The question is, would I have...

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Two days later: Adolescents' conflicts with family spill over to school, vice versa

Family conflict and problems at school tend to occur together on the same day. A new study has found that these problems spill over in both directions for up to two days after. The study found that teens with more pronounced mental health symptoms, anxiety and depression, for example, are at risk for intensified spillover. The study followed over a hundred 13 to 17 year olds and their parents over a 14-day period.

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California's tobacco control efforts losing steam, finds report

California’s position as a leader in tobacco control is under threat, according to a new report. Once a highly successful program and international model, the state's anti-tobacco efforts now appear to be waning due to the decreased spending power of the California Tobacco Control Program, a resurgence of the tobacco industry in state politics, and the emergence of new unregulated tobacco products.

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Whining about dating when a man is right under your nose

No man, especially one you're dating, ever wants to hear a woman complaining about men. It's an enormous, gigantic, huge turnoff.

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Boosting use of multi-sensory environments in dementia care

A new guide has shed fresh light on the positive impact multi-sensory environments can have when caring for people with dementia. The guide contains advice about different materials and tools that can be used to stimulate senses, such as scents like lavender to relax and calm, sounds from the great outdoors and foods with particular flavours. These can all help to improve mood, trigger memories and engage people living with dementia.

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