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Wednesday, 19 December 2018 15:37

‘Tis the season of celebration

‘Tis the season of celebration. The landscape of our everyday lives is transformed with the glow of candles, jingle of bells, fragrance of pine and spice, wrapping paper and ribbons, feasting, and festivity. There is a touch of magic and miracle in the air.

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Wednesday, 19 December 2018 12:34

Ghosts of Holidays Past

'Twas the night before the holiday, when all through the house
Every creature was stirring, even the spouse;
Tossing and turning, sleepless with fear,
In hopes that there will be no family drama this year;

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Monday, 19 November 2018 11:34

Getting in Touch With Gratitude

Explore Your Feelings of Gratitude in an Online Process.

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Tuesday, 13 November 2018 12:03

Religious Trauma in Childhood

Though some observers argue that we live in a “secular age,” religion remains central in many Americans’ lives. More than half of us describe ourselves as “religious” and worship regularly in churches, temples, and mosques, mostly churches.[1] The number was even larger in previous generations, and, in truth, far more grew up “religious” than not. For most of us, religion was a positive influence in childhood: a set of beliefs, a way of seeing the world, and a pattern of ritual that offered meaning, comfort, and community. But for some, religion proved a source of trauma.

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Thursday, 08 November 2018 12:57

Childhood Abuse, Complex Trauma and Epigenetics

Epigenetics refers to the study of a natural phenomenon and to the phenomenon itself. Epigenetics is the study of the mechanisms that turn on and off the expression of our genes without altering the DNA sequence. Epigenetics is also used to refer to the changes in expression of our genes.

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