SELECTED ARTICLES: ADOPTION & YOUR HEALTH
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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 Chris Robertson The Three-Ring Circus: 5 Tips for Single Moms Who Work 1/7/2008 If you're a single mom who works, you probably don't have a lot of time to read, so let's get right to the point. Here are five tips to keep you grounded.
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View Alex Gwen Thomson The Role of Denial in Anger Management 1/17/2010 Anger can be like an addiction in that people are very creative in finding all sorts of rationales for their anger and why they don't need anger management. At times it can almost appear as if...
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View breastcancercorner Telling your children about your breast cancer diagnosis 3/10/2010 One of the things you are going to have to do when you get diagnosed with cancer is to tell your children about it. It's going to be a very difficult and distressing time for you all, but it's vital for you and your family to talk about it in order for you to move forward with your treatment. Some experts believe that telling people about your cancer can be a constructive step in the treatment process.
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View Jennifer Broadley Single Parent Resources: 5 Reminders of Your Infinite Resourcefulness and Why It’s Counter-Productive to Enter into a Comparison Mindset! 8/13/2009 One of my biggest challenges when I started to build a life as a single parent was to not compare myself with 2-parent families. They appeared to do things smoothly, effortlessly and happily.
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