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No Good Deed: The Malignant Narcissist

No good deed goes unpunished, especially if a malignant narcissist is on the receiving end of it. This past weekend I […]

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Posted in Men's Issues, Mental Health, Narcissism, Women's Issues3 Comments

The Codependent Woman

Today, women seem to be more fearful of romantic commitment than men (Women More Commitment Phobic Than Men). I wasn’t […]

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Posted in Codependent relationships, Mental Health, Women's Issues22 Comments

The Commitment Phobic Guy

Getting emotionally burned by a past romantic relationship, premature death of a beloved parent or romantic partner, or fear of […]

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Posted in Intimacy, Love & Dating, Marriage, Men's Issues, Relationships, Women's Issues39 Comments

Time for A Beauty Makeover? Things You Should Consider Before You Proceed

 Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.” Kahlil Gibran There are times in all […]

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Posted in In The News, Men's Issues, Mental Health, Self-esteem, Women's Issues4 Comments

Catherine Darnell on Hope’s Tapestry: Stories of Renewed Faith Through The Pain of Abuse

My post today showcases Ms. Catherine Darnell, one of the speakers at the TEDxSunRiver event held on Saturday, June 23rd, […]

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Posted in Sexual Abuse, Trauma, Women's Issues2 Comments

Fifty Shades of Grey: A Provocative Tale In More Ways Than You’d Think

E. L. James’ racy bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey has been called an amusing, romantic tale of a woman’s (Ana Steele) exploration […]

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Posted in Culture & Society, In The News, Literature, Women's Issues20 Comments

How To Cope With A Passive-Aggressive Mate

Once a psychiatric diagnostic label becomes part of our everyday language, it often loses specificity in meaning. Passive-aggression, like narcissism […]

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Posted in Health & Behavior, Men's Issues, Mental Health, Passive-aggression, Women's Issues245 Comments

Lesson From A Mob Wife: The Psychology of Instant Gratification

Reality television does more than just entertain us. Many of these shows actually teach us a thing or two about […]

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Posted in Eating disorder, Health & Behavior, In The News, Women's Issues7 Comments

Something’s Gotta Give: Women Who Do Too Much

Are you working to exhaustion, giving too much of yourself to everyone and everything? Is there little time to reflect […]

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Posted in Coping & Resilience, Health & Behavior, Women's Issues3 Comments

Women’s Equality Day Today: Be good to yourself, do nothing.

Congresswoman Bella Abzug introduced the legislation for Women’s Equality Day 40 years ago today, August 26th. In a Huffington Post […]

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Posted in Culture & Society, Dealing with Stress, Women's Issues14 Comments

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