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Telling the Truth
Journaling - "Dear Diary"
Upset, What Should You Do? - HALT
Life is Like a Chess Game
A Simple Explanation of Bipolar Disorder
An Old-Fashioned Christmas
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
A Business Plan is Your Career Roadmap
Cleaning Up Your Life
Remorse Or Repentance?
What is Learned Helplessness?
Boundaries and Limits
Abuse is Not Age Related
Problem-Solving - What Are Your Options?
What Show Are You Living?
What If We Didn't Have Drugs?
I Think I'm Getting Old!
The Psychology of Money and Personal Finance
Self-Talk - What Style of Music Does Your Self-Talk Resemble?
Life Is an Adventure
A Mutually Beneficial Relationship
December 3, 2008 Dr. Linda HancockRead now
Sometimes our feelings and needs are jeopardized by factors that we can but fail to control. There is a neat little formula that we can use to identify inner signals and reduce our personal vulnerability. H - stands for hungry....
November 24, 2008 Dr. Linda HancockRead now
Imagine that each of us has a horizontal line that represents our moods. A "flat line" would symbolize a steady and unwavering mood that is always the same without the variation of healthy emotions which are unique to man. But...
December 3, 2007 Dr. Linda HancockRead now
The first time that I ever heard the term Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) was in a news report about veterans of the Vietnam War. Since then, however, I have realized that the causes, diagnosis and treatment form a very complex and difficult...
September 14, 2007 Dr. Linda HancockRead now
Four years ago, I decided to write a Business Plan for what was then a part-time endeavour. That year end I was shocked and pleased to discover that my income had increased by several thousand dollars over the previous year....
August 10, 2007 Dr. Linda HancockRead now
Frequently I am asked to work with clients who have behaved in a manner that leads to serious consequences. When someone assaults another person, abuses substances while working a safety-sensitive job position or commits a criminal act, they may be...