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02-22   How cultural messages play a role in eating disorders

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Mae Lynn Reyes-Rodríguez, a clinical psychologist at the University of North Carolina Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders, believes that even after 25 years, research on eating disorders remains largely focused upon Caucasian women. She highlights the urgency to focus on how cultural diversity and messages influence eating behaviors and ultimately eating disorders. Eating disorders […]


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01-06   Tips for bonding with family post-holiday

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Now that the holiday season is ending, you might have caught yourself congratulating your inner self on surviving the holidays with some grace… almost. Expectations are elevated during the holidays due to family rituals and assumptions about “how the holidays are supposed to be.” This can be particularly stressful if your family does not bond […]


12-31   Creating reachable New Year goals

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In the late hours of the new year, the promises we make to ourselves are abundant, full of passion and often unreal. They’re usually overly ambitious, hasty or just a product of the infectious excitement of starting afresh. Studies show that almost half of all Americans set New Year’s resolutions and only 10 percent stick […]


12-31   Creating a flexible schedule to help with addiction recovery

After escaping an abusive relationship with drugs or alcohol, establishing a sense of structure is key. One way to accomplish this is to set up a personal schedule. Habit is an integral ingredient of a growing addiction, so why not harness its power for recovery instead? According to Clinical Psychologist Steven C. Altabet, Ph.D., an […]


12-30   Staying involved with volunteer opportunities after the holidays

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The lowest annual rate of volunteering was recorded by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics during 2014 since its first report in 2002. According to the latest data, only 25.3 percent of Americans over the age of 15 had volunteered with an organization at least once in the past year. Furthermore, people are more willing […]


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