28May

THE POWER OF NEGATIVE THINKING: THE PATH TO NOWHERE

There are many of us who go through life and choose to take on the responsibility of everyone else’s opinions, decisions or actions.  We then feel guilty that we are never good enough or strong enough to have our own beliefs without the approval of parents, peers, colleagues or friends.  If something bad happens, we

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23May

Ask Dr. Christina: Living in the Aftermath of Suicide…My Baby Killed Herself!!!!

QUESTION: I feel like I did all the wrong things, and now I lost the one thing I cared so deeply about, my baby girl. I am a single mom, and I feel like I should have realized my daughter was in trouble. Please help me. How can I live with myself?

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14May

Basic Survival Tips Living In Today’s Society

You sometimes hear people say that they would like to live a normal life. There is no such thing as “normal,” for each of us is a unique individual. Each of us has our own problems and our own story. By living your own life, you will surely find that you’re not only unique but

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09May

Ask Dr. Christina: Will I Ever Be Noticed?

QUESTION: I am writing this to you because I feel so bad about myself. I am in high school. I’ve been told that it is supposed to be the best time of your life, but I feel like I have no friends. I feel invisible. The question I want to ask is do you think that this is how my life will always be, and will someone ever notice me?

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