Calling Out: Sarah Benton ms lmhc & PsychologyToday

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Why is Staying Sober in the Summer So Hard? is a great question asked by Sarah Benton MS LMHC LPC in an article published in PsychologyToday. Yep, such sure is a great question. Yet, a better question is: Why is staying sober in the midst of injustice so hard? Nope, let us forget about the heat of the summer as …

Calling Out: Donald Altman and PsychologyToday

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“Not every thought that you have is a matter of fact”…that is the claim made by Psychotherapist and former monk, Donald Altman in his article entitled 3 Ways to Make Friends with Scary or Negative Thoughts published in PsychologyToday. In fact, it is a way of facts that which is every thought one has, however. And such way of facts …

Calling Out: Noam Shpancer Ph.D. & Psychologytoday

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There is an article written by Noam Shpancer Ph.D. in Psychologytoday.com entitled, No Man’s Land: Where Are the Male Daycare Caregivers?—-A gender-segregated caregiving profession is not optimal for children. In the article, Noam Shpancer tries to explain to us why the babysitting and daycare industry needs to be more gender inclusive of men as it should no longer continue to …

Calling Out: Edward Abramson Ph.D. & Psychologytoday

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“Does your daughter think she’s too fat? Is your son worried that he doesn’t have enough muscle?” That is the opening statement for an article written in psychologytoday by Edward Abramson Ph.D. entitled, How to Help Your Child Like Her or His Body where I need to stop at these two questions and address them as they are placed side by side in …

Calling Out: Lynn Taylor & Psychologytoday

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“Stronger self-esteem may emerge from a conscious commitment to greater happiness” is the subtitle to an article written by Lynn Tylor entitled, Can Happiness Lead to Confidence? Yes, happiness is an aspect of selfhood which means that every conscious is committed to happiness as happiness is the active aspect of “being one’s self” and living it. In living one’s authentic …

Calling out: Joachim I Krueger Ph.D. & Psychologytoday

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The article at hand is about trust and it is written by Joachim I Krueger and it is entitled, Evocable Trust—Shall we trust now or later? In the article, Joachim states, “If trust is the cooperator’s expectation that the other will cooperate, we have learned that basic expectations of being in the majority matter, as does the dilemma’s payoff structure. …

Calling out: Romeo Vitelli Ph.D. & Psychologytoday

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Is Permanent Weight Loss a Myth? is the invalid question and the title of the article written by Romeo Vitelli who happened to forget that we need to eat every day as to not allow room for a myth to develop its plot as we are busy fixing ourselves a plate of food to eat. Now the better question is: Is …

Calling Out: Amy Barnhorst MD & Psychologytoday

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Hate Is Not a Mental Illness is the title of an article written by Amy Barnhorst MD in psychologytoday.com Amy writes, Most mass shooters, though, didn’t have a diagnosis of a serious mental illness before their attack. Having ”mental health issues” like getting in fights at school, beating your spouse, or being a loner who spends too much time on Internet hate sites …