In: self esteem
“Bipolar! I’m not really Bipolar… am I?”
How Modifying the Expression of CACNA1C, ANK3, MTHFR, and SLC6A4 Genes Can Help You Recover from Bipolar Depression
- January 2, 2019
- Dr. Bruce Kehr
- Bipolar DisorderDepressionDNA... Nurture Your NatureDNA: I Am Who I AmGeneticsMemory and ConcentrationPsychotherapy
What beliefs do you hold about who and how you are—and how might they be holding you back?
How do I Recover from Trauma and Humiliation? (Part 1)*
Humiliation is a “public emotion” in that it involves a belief that others will view us as diminished, and will likely mock us.
How do I Recover from Trauma and Humiliation? (Part 2)*
In last week’s Tip you learned about the lasting emotional consequences of humiliating experiences. Today I will share with you a...
How do I Recover from Trauma and Humiliation? (Part 3)*
This is the third of three installments on the lasting emotional consequences of Humiliation, including a summary of the lessons to...
Bad Parent Behavior at Youth Sports Events: More at Play than You May Think
“Dave” was the volunteer head coach of his seven year old son’s soccer team. To say that he loved coaching his...
Help! I Am in Love with A Narcissist, What Should I Do?
This is a longer Tip than usual, as it provides an in-depth understanding of what to do if you are in...
Humiliation has been characterized as the most painful of all human emotions. Humiliation is a “public emotion” in that it involves...
Adult Attention Deficits – The Psychiatrist as Detective
Given the risk that “Adult ADD” may become over-diagnosed, and stimulants may become over-prescribed, much in the same fashion as childhood ADD, it is important to recognize that there are many causes of disrupted attention in adults that bring about symptoms similar to adult ADD, but have differing origins and treatments. A careful diagnostic assessment is in order.