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-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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In September 2016, Psychology Today ran a cover story about narcissism. The accompanying visual was of a young, white, conventionally attractive woman preening into her cellphone. She was wearing a tight little mini skirt and had the body of a fashion model. Leaving aside the […]
Does your stomach turn when the thought of summer begins? Do you feel lonely, sad, or depressed in the summer months? Is it hard for you to plan a vacation, or get some good shut eye? If so, don’t feel bad, because you are not […]
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 […]
Americans spend billions of dollars on weight-loss and workout programs in order to try to achieve the “perfect body.” Advertisements promise confidence, improved self-esteem, impeccable health, and romance once the perfect body is achieved. The myth that we are presented with is that we are […]
A young woman shared a brilliant insight into what she perceives as a long term eating disorder. She said, “I think I eat until I am so full that I want to burst, because I don’t feel fulfilled in my life.” She is talented, caring, […]
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