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The Critic, The Rebel, & The Addict: Tame Your Negative Inner Voices


Most of us are familiar with the image of the “shoulder angel” and “shoulder devil” each competing for our will. Each whispers in one ear....”that piece of cake looks delicious, you deserve to eat it!”...“Don’t do it, you’ll regret it later!”

But where do they come from, and what’s their function?

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Benefits of NLP: Neuro Linguistic Programming

There are many different treatment options available to those who suffer from substance abuse problems. The following material will discuss one common form of treatment called Neuro Linguistic Programming. What does this form of therapy entail? What are the benefits of NLP? These questions will be addressed further in the following information.

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How to Overcome Low Self Esteem

When someone has low self esteem, it can make doing normal activities seem impossible. They feel unaccepted, unloved and unable to accomplish their dreams. By learning how to overcome low self esteem, individuals gain the confidence and courage to live a fulfilling life.

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What Is Failure to Launch Syndrome?

Entering adulthood isn't easy. Some people struggle with this process, which is a problem that experts call failure to launch syndrome. However, what is failure to launch syndrome, and what can people do about it? The more that people know about this problem, the easier that it is to deal with.

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Eating Disorder Statistics

Eating disorder statistics and research about this common problem run scarce. However, sometimes you find an article on the web with some key information. Unfortunately, these prove hard to read because of medical jargon. Therefore, below is a collection of many of these truths about eating disorders, so you can see the problem more clearly.

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Understanding Anger: Is it Harming Your Mental Health?

Did you know that stuffing down your anger impacts your mental health?

Serious conditions associated with stuffed-down anger include depression, anxiety, addiction, insomnia, and others, according to the nation’s top mental health experts.

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How to Help Someone with Anxiety

When a friend or loved one is always anxious, you want to do something. The big question you face is how to help someone with anxiety. Since there’s no obvious injury, you can’t put a bandage on it or get them an ice pack.

Yet, they're obviously in real emotional and physical distress. Don’t give up, or assume they’re hopeless. There are things you can do, and things you shouldn’t do which will prove helpful.

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How to Cope with Anxiety in Healthy Ways

This is a guest post by Jennifer Scott of SpiritFinder.org.

When anxiety strikes, you may think that no one else understands what it’s like to live inside your skin. However, many people suffer from anxiety. According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, over 40 million adults in the U.S. have some form of anxiety. Are you one of them?

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Borderline Personality Disorder and Addiction

What is borderline personality disorder (BPD) and how is it related to addiction? Borderline Personality Disorder is characterized by sudden mood swings, emotional instability, and highly impulsive behavior … and it’s also more common than you’d think. Given the extreme sensitivity associated with BPD, coping with this condition is a challenge and there are connections to addiction.

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The Connection between Alcoholism and Anger

Did you know alcoholism and anger go together? For those suffering from alcoholism or addiction, do you want to let go of your self-defeating patterns and change your life for the better? If so, here’s something you might not have considered: connecting with your own buried anger.

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