SELECTED ARTICLES: ADOPTION & YOUR HEALTH
  Author Article Title Posted Date Article Sum Article Downloads
View Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW Verbal Abuse 10/8/2009 Verbal abuse cuts like a knife. The scars are depression, anxiety and low self-esteem....
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View Harriet White McCarthy Post Adoption Depression - The Unacknowledged Hazard 11/25/2005 There is a crisis of epidemic proportion within the International Adoption Community. It has the potential to compromise the health and well-being of many adoptive families. Known as Post Adoptive Depression or PAD, it affects over 65 percent of adopting mothers according to a recent survey by the Eastern European Adoption Coalition (EEAC), yet goes unacknowledged or unrecognized by agencies, social workers, and most of the medical community.
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View Scott Smallwood How to be the Queen of Self Esteem 8/20/2008 The number of women suffering from poor self esteem has reached toxic and pandemic levels. This article points out many unique qualities that make a woman truly captivating plus some tips for women on how to take back their titles as the crowning jewels of creation.
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View Sophie Cosic How to Improve Your Chances of Getting Pregnant 4/8/2007 The number of women in the workforce is larger than at any time in our history. Increasingly women are focusing on their careers and putting off child-bearing until their thirties and forties. For many women whose biological clock is ticking, increasing the odds of becoming pregnant has become a top priority.
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View Thomas H. Lindblom Do I need Psychotherapy Services or Counseling Services? 8/11/2008 Psychotherapy services and counseling services can be of great value in cultivating personal growth, navigating a crisis, dealing with some traumatic experience or improving our coping skills. The kicker is knowing when you need to take the step and book your first appointment.
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