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Dr. Paula Durlofsky’s five tips to help you get what you need.
Dr. Paula Durlofsky offers four tips for creating balance.
Dr. Paula Durlofsky gives four ways to combat the all-or-nothing philosophy.
Tips for handling the most common negative emotions.
Four tips for pinpointing and dealing with destructive defense mechanisms.
And the signs of each of the four types.
Flirty behavior through technology can lead to deception, secrets and betrayal.
Busy back-to-school schedules can cause stress for everyone in the family.
A little compliment can go a long way.
ADD and ADHD is not just a childhood problem.
Some days, nobody wins.
Awareness gives us the power and permission to make big changes in our own lives.
Both generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder are common in the United States.
It’s only natural to want to avoid feeling negative emotions such as anger, depression, guilt, remorse or fear.
We ask ourselves, “Do I have enough money, friends, education, a big enough house?”
Learning to let go is vital to emotional growth.
Psychologist Dr. Paula Durlofsky digs into how to establish a healthy balance between real-time relationships and virtual connections.
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