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Do you ever find yourself arguing about the same things over and over again with your partner or spouse? It seems that no matter how long you’ve been together or how many times you’ve been over the same issues, this cycle never seems to change.
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Suicide is contagious among youth for at least two years, a new study shows.
When children commit suicide, their school peers are more likely to consider or attempt suicide, the study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, concluded.
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) no longer has a “poster child”--not even a “poster person,” for that matter. The image of AD/HD in past decades has been the frenzied, elementary-aged boy dangling from the monkey bars, disrupting his class and disobeying all authority, however AD/HD is estimated to affect six to eight percent of children, and persist into adulthood between 30 and 60 percent of the time. Four to five percent of American adults are afflicted.
It is natural to reflect on painful experiences or worries. By going over such scenes in our minds, we hope to reach new insights or understandings that will reduce our distress and allow us to move on. But this natural process of self-reflection often goes awry such that instead of attaining an emotional release, we simply play the same distressing scenes in our head over and over again, feeling even sadder, angrier, or more agitated, every time we do.