Coping with Bipolar
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November 22, 2014, Comments Off

Previously, known as manic-depressive illness, people with bipolar disorder can lead a content, productive, full life if treated.  Throughout a lifetime, everyone has regular ups and downs that differ from […]

Schizophrenia Acute Psychosis
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August 29, 2014, Comments Off

Schizophrenia is a chronic debilitating brain disease that has affected people throughout antiquity. At times, those afflicted appear to be emotionally healthy until they communicate their thoughts, feelings and perceptions. […]

What is therapy
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January 13, 2014, Comments Off

Most therapists want to increase their clients’ consciousness, which in turn helps people understand their thoughts and feelings in relation to a problem. This understanding in turn, opens up the […]

Health Psychology and Your Heart
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January 3, 2014, Comments Off

All over the globe people associate love with hearts. If love is lost there is destruction of the relationship. When the physical heart is not pumping oxygen sufficiently there is […]

The diabetes of today Type 2
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December 20, 2013, Comments Off

Historically, this serious chronic disease affected people of low-income groups and professionals thought the causes of the disease were due to poor environmental conditions related to food. Scientists agree that […]

Health Psychology and Normal
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December 10, 2013, Comments Off

Life has its ups and downs, and everyone may have moments where they question their emotional stability. No one lives a normal life because the idea does not exist and it cannot […]

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Coping with Bipolar

Bipolar Disorder and Life

November 22, 2014, Comments Off

Previously, known as manic-depressive illness, people with bipolar disorder can lead a content, productive, full life if treated.  Throughout a lifet ...

Biology and Emotions

The Biology of Emotions

September 6, 2014, Comments Off

While psychological treatment methods of emotion research continue to be ongoing, various prevailing points are emerging which manage to promote the v ...

Schizophrenia Acute Psychosis

Schizophrenia and Acute Psychosis

August 29, 2014, Comments Off

Schizophrenia is a chronic debilitating brain disease that has affected people throughout antiquity. At times, those afflicted appear to be emotionall ...

What is therapy

What is Therapy?

January 13, 2014, Comments Off

Most therapists want to increase their clients’ consciousness, which in turn helps people understand their thoughts and feelings in relation to a pr ...

Health Psychology and Your Heart

Health Psychology and your Heart

January 3, 2014, Comments Off

All over the globe people associate love with hearts. If love is lost there is destruction of the relationship. When the physical heart is not pumping ...

The diabetes of today Type 2

The Diabetes of Today Type 2

December 20, 2013, Comments Off

Historically, this serious chronic disease affected people of low-income groups and professionals thought the causes of the disease were due to poor e ...

Health Psychology and Normal

Am I Normal? A Self Measure

December 10, 2013, Comments Off

Life has its ups and downs, and everyone may have moments where they question their emotional stability. No one lives a normal life because the idea ...

Principles of Health Psychology

Health Psychology Center Presents: What is Health Psychology?

November 12, 2013, Comments Off

In the field of physical health and psychological well-being, health psychology specializes in exploring biological, psychological, cultural, societ ...

intimacy

How to Achieve Intimacy

November 1, 2013, Comments Off

Humans are social animals, and people need to believe that they are worthy of feeling love. Everyone needs to feel connected with someone. The closer ...

Learning to live with chronic pain

Learn to Live with Chronic Pain

September 3, 2013, Comments Off

Approximately 35% of Americans have complaints of severe pain, and almost 50 million Americans are disabled partially or entirely due to this conditio ...

Dr. Cheryl Ann MacDonald, Psy'D. 8

Life with Health Psychology of San Diego

August 27, 2013, Comments Off

Any calm, content life can turn into a nightmare if a physical illness or an emotional pain comes your way. Issues such as depression related or unrel ...

Biological, Psychological and Sociological Treatment of Depression

Depression and the Bio-Psycho-Social Approach

August 17, 2013, Comments Off

Depression is one of the most debilitating of illnesses, which eventually if not treated can cause people to have an extremely poor quality of life, p ...

Fear, Stress and Trauma

What are the Emotional Effects of Terror?

August 17, 2013, Comments Off

Fear is a part of life whether it is fear of war and terrorism, or the general fears, like those of intimacy, abuse, inadequacy, a physical disease, s ...

Self Love and Boundaries

How Self Love and Boundaries Mix

August 14, 2013, Comments Off

The definition of a boundary is subject to multiple interpretations. In psychology, a boundary is an emotional distance or mindset, a restriction that ...

Addictive Behaviors

Codependency always wanting to help

August 11, 2013, Comments Off

At points in life, most people want to help others because it is part of their desire to have the yearning to give to others in a time of need. [&hell ...

How to Reach Your Goals

Meeting Our Expectations

August 10, 2013, Comments Off

Expectations of ourselves are meant to be energizing, motivating and serve like a guiding light towards living a purposeful life – very much like a ...

Cancer and the Immune System

The Relationship Between Cancer and the Immune System

August 8, 2013, Comments Off

Addressing this disease is challenging because millions of people have had their lives altered or are privately aware of someone who has had cancer. W ...

The way people discipline their children has long term emotional effects

Does Health Psychology Relate to Fear and Discipline?

July 30, 2013, Comments Off

There are many unhappy adults in this world, but the most unhappy ones are those that were frightened by a situation or an adult in their life when th ...

Biopsychosocial

Health Psychology Promotes Emotional and Physical Health

July 28, 2013, Comments Off

A Health Psychology belief is with developing an understanding of how biological, sociological, environmental and cultural factors relate to physical ...

Success in Therapy

How to Achieve Success With Counseling

July 5, 2013, Comments Off

To achieve success in counseling there has to be an agreed upon partnership. It takes time, energy and effort by both the person receiving counseling ...

Organic farming

The Organic Diet and Physical Health

July 2, 2013, Comments Off

As in generations past, many diets promote skipping basic nutritional requirements while opting for fasting or binge eating that may damage the body. ...

Health Psychology meets the Central Nervous System

Health Psychology Meets The Central Nervous System

May 5, 2013, Comments Off

The central nervous system protects the physical body like the Gladiators of Rome protected their turf. On duty twenty four hours a day, standing g ...

What is in my food

What Is In My Food?

January 7, 2013, Comments Off

The food Americans eat has changed more in the last few decades than it ever has in the last several centuries combined. An apple today is not an appl ...

Coping with Transition and Change

How to Cope with Transition and Change

August 1, 2012, Comments Off

Throughout life, people can undoubtedly count on changes or transitional phases. Many of these transitions are positive; a marriage, birth of a child, ...

Happiness and Joy

Is there a Relationship between Happiness and Joy?

July 30, 2012, Comments Off

I am going to be discussing the differences between Joy and Happiness, and, ways in which people can receive both in life. How to Achieve Happiness an ...