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Monthly Archives: July, 2014

Co-Rumination: Talking Too Much Can Lead To Depression And Anxiety In Adolescent Girls

For the most part, adolescent girls talk more than adolescent boys.  They just do. Little girls generally start talking sooner than boys and even as children are able to verbalize and express themselves much more efficiently. This ability to communicate has many advantages, especially in helping develop social-perspective taking skills (the understanding of other peoples thoughts, motivations, …

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Defending Fatherhood: The Impact Of Fathers And Father Figures On Children

The other day I came across a clip of actor Terry Crews as a guest on the show The View. In the clip, Terry Crews was basically defending fatherhood and I was somewhat amazed at how at times it seemed like one or more of the hosts of The View kept trying to attack fatherhood …

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