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Media Plays Tug-of-War With Love
Founder, Fortunate Blessings Foundation
Blame might move emotions and win elections, but it's not a verb I choose to employ as I seek to regain my footing after
Humanity Just Lost, And I'm Blaming God
If this really is legitimate then we have to just accept that we are broken, and try to find ways to fix it.
Know These Five Life-Saving Emergency Tips
Dr. Darria Long Gillespie
ER Doctor, Sharecare Digital Health Exec, Toddler Mom
As an ER doctor, I've seen countless patients whose lives were saved by a quick-thinking and knowledgeable bystander or loved one. We never know where life may lead -- and every single one of us can learn these life-saving techniques. (Cue ER theme music).
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Woman Loses Appetite After Finding Snake's Head In Can Of Green Beans
"I saw eyes. That's when I just dropped it and screamed."
'Family Feud' Contestant's Sexy Answer Completely Shocks His Family
This is every kid's "Family Feud" nightmare.
Living (and Almost Dying) on the Edge
Linda & Charlie Bloom
Experts in the field of relationships.
Markus had everything going for him. He could write his own ticket for the future, anything that he wanted. At 25, a world of possibilities awaited him. But all that was before the accident...
5 Critical Ways Loss Disrupts Our Lives
Guy Winch, Ph.D.
Clinical psychologist; Author 'Emotional First Aid'
Recovering from loss takes time but there are ways to treat our psychological injuries. Caring for our emotional wounds will help accelerate the recovery process so we emerge from our loss with our lives, identities, relationships, and beliefs intact.
How to Confront a Cheating Spouse
Robert C. Jameson
Marriage, Family Therapist
No matter what resolution you decide, to repair the relationship or to end the relationship, at some point in time, the acceptance process comes into play. How can you accept that your life has been turned upside-down?
Embracing the Dark and the Light: Lessons of the Equinox
I started to breathe again. I started getting dressed before noon. I went to grief groups and I spoke. I stopped hiding, for maybe the first time ever. I started writing down the memories of my brother that flitted through my mind, unburied by his absence.
PTSD, Teens and the Brain
Youth Radio -- Youth Media International
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Are You Glued to the News from Japan?
NYT bestselling, social activist, spiritual teacher
If you've been traumatized, either in person or by watching it on TV, what can you do to release the effects from your system?
No Surprise: State Spares 'Shock School,' Not Kids
No matter how many kids you order to be abused, there always seems to be a state regulator willing to give you one more chance.
Shock School Replicates Shocking Obedience Experiment
Here, however, poorly-trained staff inflicted serious and genuine emotional and physical pain on emotionally disordered children -- at the prompt of an anonymous caller, and outside an experimental setting!
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