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Emotional Health

Though it's easy to view ourselves in parts - our physical self, our social self, our mental and emotional self - we should remember that these parts are deeply interconnected. Physical problems can affect our mental and emotional well-being, and the opposite is true as well. Mental and emotional health issues are no less serious than a physical health condition, and because these problems often stem from a variety of causes, they can be even more difficult to treat. If you're living with mental and/or emotional health problems, please join us! Share your frustrations and find support, advice, and an understanding ear.

[Id and Ego] PKMzeta - A Memory Wipe Pill Has Been Created!

An incredible new break-through that, by temporarily preventing protein synthesis in the brain, can erase a memory - any single memory without surgery, without months… Read More ▶

It's All About Perspective

Sometimes this perspective comes readily as I meditate. Other times I just step in it unexpectedly: Read More ▶

WELLNESS: David and Goliath: Fighting Panic With the Little Things

They're simply a few of Julie Andrews' favorite things. Read More ▶

WELLNESS: Apparently, I'm Supposed to Look Pretty

Christina Van Dyke's controversial feminist article proclaims female body hate rampant in Christianity. But do her assertions really hold weight? Read More ▶

[Mental Marvels] ENTERTAINMENT: Study: Watching Sad Movies Makes People Happy

New research has surfaced to explain why people like watching sad movies. Researchers claim that the emotional connection summoned by the stories presented in tragic… Read More ▶

WELLNESS: 'Normal' Barbie and 'Plus-size' Barbie Creating Controversy

Should Mattel, maker of Barbie, start producing Normal and Plus-size dolls? Read More ▶

[The Well Mind] WELLNESS: "Nothing Bad Happens If Someone Doesn't Like You" And 3 Other Facts That Will Change Your Life If You Let Them

Keep it in perspective. Read More ▶

WELLNESS: New Study Shows Exercise May Prevent Depression - Here's How

Ben Franklin had it right when he said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and what better prevention than exercise!?!? Read More ▶

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