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Jack has suffered with depression for years. He is one of 5 million people who have what is called treatment-resistant depression. He has tried numerous antidepressant drugs that would work for awhile and then seem to stop working. Recently, he […]

The root cause of anxiety is sometimes easier to spot than others. Sharon was about to go into her promotions meeting at work, but began to feel her heart race, her palms sweat and her hands shake. She was having trouble […]

Long gone are the days when someone using porn has to wait for a brown paper wrapped magazine to be delivered to his house. Now, thanks to the Internet, the digital world of pornography can be accessed at the click […]

Vaping has become cool for many teens due to the availability of flavored e-juices. The argument goes, I can vape without using nicotine, so it must be safe, right? Wrong, but if you read the number of vaping articles written […]

Sue lost 80 pounds. After months of dieting, she has seen tremendous success. Now her concern is keeping that weight off. She is beginning to see a slow, but steady increase in pounds. Her question to me is why is it so […]

Does it seem like men get better sleep than women? If we battled it out, who would win? The minute my husband turns off the light at night, he falls asleep. It doesn’t work that way for me. It takes me […]

I am not going to lie. I can’t seem to find the time to exercise and I really don’t enjoy it. But I know too much about its importance that I can’t just blow it off! While we all know […]

Emily walked in to my office a little irritated. “I am in pain. Someone told me to be grateful. Why would I be grateful? You don’t believe in such nonsense, do you?” Actually I do and here is why. Even […]

I was in Asheville North Carolina checking in to my hotel when the young woman at the front desk started up conversation. When she learned I was in town to attend an opioid/pain conference, she smiled and said, “Oh, I  have […]

Sleep: We need it and want it, so it’s exhausting and frustrating when it doesn’t happen. You wake up at 2:00 a.m., stare at the ceiling and toss and turn while continuously checking the clock. Please, let me go back to […]