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March 10, 2007 Free Articles

The Negativistic (Passive-Aggressive) Patient - A Case Study

Mike is attending therapy at the request of his wife. She complains that he is "emotionally absent" and aloof. Mike shrugs.

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The Masochistic Patient - A Case Study

Sam is gregarious and somewhat narcissistic. He likes being the center of attention. Still, he is a virtual hermit.

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The Dependent Patient - A Case Study

She acknowledges that he is verbally and sometimes physically abusive. He has cheated on her more times than she can count, usually with classmates at the university.

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Can Self-Suggestion Help Control An Appetite?

Perhaps the most popular use of hypnotism today is to help people to shed some weight. But many people have the wrong ideas about weight loss hypnosis and what it can accomplish for you, and there are a lot of bald-faced lies being told about how functional it is. This article will explore what the reality of the situation is.

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Parapsychology and the Paranormal

Parapsychological phenomena - once convincingly demonstrated in laboratory settings - can help to upset current scientific laws and theories.

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Misdiagnosing Personality Disorders as Eating Disorders

The current view of orthodoxy is that the eating disordered patient is attempting to reassert control over her life by ritually regulating her food intake and her body weight. In this respect, eating disorders resemble obsessive-compulsive disorders.

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Misdiagnosing Personality Disorders as Bipolar I Disorder

The Bipolar Disorder got its name because the mania is followed by - usually protracted - depressive attacks.

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Misdiagnosing Personality Disorders as Asperger's Disorder

The Asperger's Disorder patient is self-centered and engrossed in a narrow range of interests and activities.

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Heart Attack Description

Also known as acute myocardial infarction, heart attack is the leading cause of death worldwide. An average of 1.2 million Americans suffer from a heart attack annually and 40% of these people die.

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Misdiagnosing Personality Disorders as Anxiety Disorders

Patients with personality disorders are often anxious. Narcissists, for instance, are preoccupied with the need to secure social approval or attention (Narcissistic Supply).

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Learning To Trade Forex - How An FX Trade Works

The Foreign Exchange Market (or FX Market) can be more than a little confusing for anybody learning to trade Forex and so this article looks at a how a simple FX trade works and examines some of the terminology used.

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The Role Of Commercial Banks In Trading Currencies Around The World

The Foreign Exchange Market has traditionally been the preserve of the commercial and investment banks. However, the introduction of electronic trading systems, initially designed to make life easier for the commercial and investment banks, has now opened the Forex market up to a much wider range of players.

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Web hosting sites choosing - how to do it the right way?

After selecting the best from a list of several cheap website hosting companies, a person needs to find out more about them before making the final decision. The final process needs a closer look at the offers made by each of the companies,

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Solia flat irons, Sedu flat irons and other flat irons

Solia flat irons and sedu flat irons are among the best hair straighteners on the market today but which one is the best?When it comes to getting the best hairstyles you will of course need the best hair straighteners. The most sought after

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Sedu Hairstyle Tips

Our sedu hairstyle tips will allow you to get the best results with the least hassle

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