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Overprescription of Antipsychotic Drugs Causing Public Health Crisis

Julie Fidler, Natural SocietySometimes with life-threatening side effects…Antipsychotic drugs are being prescribed to an ever-increasing number of adolescents and young adults, and many of them are being prescribed for off-label purposes. But these over-prescriptions are putting youngsters at risk, though we’re slow as a society to change our med-heavy ways.These powerful medications are being prescribed to young people with attention-deficit and hyperactivity [...]

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How Underground Therapists and Scientists Keep Psychedelic Medicine Alive Despite the Gov’t Ban

Tom Shroder, AlterNetIn the past decade, after thirty years in the deep freeze, research into the medicinal use of psychedelic drugs, ranging from psilocybin to Ketamine, and from MDMA to LSD, has begun to accelerate. FDA-approved pilot studies and clinical trials using the drugs under controlled conditions and in combination with talk therapy have shown they could be used safely, delivering promising results in a wide range of tough-to-treat maladies, including opiate and tobacco addictio [...]

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How To Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

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a message from Dr. Judith Orloff

Thursday, 26 April, 2012  (posted 27 April, 2012)

As a psychiatrist, I realize that comparing is a natural tendency we all have. It can be absolutely neutral, as when you merely evaluate ...

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4 Tips to Cope with Annoying People

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a message from Dr. Judith Orloff

Wednesday, 29 February, 2012  (posted 23 March, 2012)

"Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself." ...Saint Francis De Sales

Every day there a...

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The Power of Generosity and Anonymous Giving

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a message from Dr. Judith Orloff

Wednesday, 14 December, 2011  (posted 23 December, 2011)

As a psychiatrist, my job is to help people heal emotional blocks and create abundance in every area of their lives. That’s ...

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Are You An Emotional Vampire? Don’t Worry We All Can Be Sometimes

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a message from Dr. Judith Orloff

Monday, 24 October, 2011  (posted 15 December, 2011)

In my medical practice, I’ve developed enormous respect for the art of relationships, what makes them work or fail. In all succe...

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GERMAIN: FORGIVENESS AND MANIFESTATION GO HAND IN HAND

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1/4/97 GERMAIN

As the new year unfolds in all its wondrousness and all its uncertainty, there is one thing which is absolutely certain. The subject has been glazed over so lightly and the word is tossed about with no understanding...

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7 Rules for Compassionate Communication

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a message from Dr. Judith Orloff

Monday, 16 May, 2011  (posted 2 June, 2011)

"Another world is not only possible, she is on her way! On a quiet day, if you listen carefully, You can hear her bre...

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4 Tips for Dealing with Difficult People

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a message from Dr. Judith Orloff

Wednesday, 11 May, 2011  (posted 27 May, 2011)

"Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself." --Saint Francis de Sales

Every day there are plent...

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Tapping the Power of Your Dreams

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a message from Dr. Judith Orloff

Saturday, 16 April, 2011   

Strategies for Remembering and Interpreting Their Life-Changing Messages

As a psychiatrist, I believe that dreams provide extraordinary insights ...

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Your Brain is NOT a Computer!

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© 2011 By Gary Vey of ViewZone.com

Your Brain is NOT a Computer!

It is common to think of the human brain as a kind of super-computer. Certainly there are many analogies. Computers have the ability t...

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Are You an Anxiety Junkie?

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Are You an Anxiety Junkie? by Judith Orloff, MD

Our world is in the midst of an emotional meltdown. As a psychiatrist, I've seen that many people are addicted to the adrenaline rush of anxiety, known as the "fight or fli...

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Cellular Memory in Organ Transplants

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Leslie A. Takeuchi, BA, PTA

In my experience as a physical therapist assistant, I have come to acknowledge the relevance of thoughts, emotions and spiritual beliefs to healing. I recognize the art of physical therapy to be based u...

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