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The Flip Book below is from Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience.
-Andri S. Bjornsson, PhD; Elizabeth R. Didie, PhD; Katharine A. Phillips, MD. C l i n i c a l R e s e a r c h: Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience - Vol 12 . No. 2 . 2010 pages 221-232.
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I know many compassionate people. They are kind. They are forgiving. They are charitable towards others. And yet, they are mean, vindictive and show no mercy when they assess themselves in the mirror. I doubt that it will come as a surprise to you that […]
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A young woman shared a brilliant insight into what she perceives as a long term eating disorder. She said, â€śI think I eat until I am so full that I want to burst, because I donâ€™t feel fulfilled in my life.â€ť She is talented, caring, […]
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Have you ever heard the saying, â€śToo much of a good thing can be a bad thing?â€ť When used moderately to maintain physical and mental health, or when used in conjunction with an appropriate amount of nourishment, exercise has a whole host of incredible benefits. […]
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