In October of 1988 the first professional Conference on Male Sexual Victimization was held in Minneapolis. This ground-breaking conference, organized by a few dedicated mental health providers, brought together professionals who wanted to better understand and treat adult male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. At that time, only limited informationContinue Reading

Bipolar disorder, also known as bipolar affective disorder, manic-depressive illness, or affective psychosis, is a mental illness characterized by periods of elevated mood and periods of depression.[1][2] The elevated mood is significant and is known as mania or hypomania depending on the severity. During mania an individual feels or actsContinue Reading

The Moses Bridge, Holland pic.twitter.com/rZ3qgJumRW — Earth Pics (@TheEarthPosts) July 22, 2014 In addition, a bridge was built to access the fort across its moat. The designers felt it would be inappropriate to build a bridge over the moat, so instead, they decided to construct a partially submerged bridge, renderingContinue Reading

News while you slept: #MH17 ‘death train’ departs; more Gaza strikes; new Facebook feature http://t.co/qGtVp0WNyR pic.twitter.com/IfK0JCZKFT — Stuff.co.nz News (@NZStuff) July 21, 2014 Pro-Russian rebels have allowed bodies from the Malaysia Airlines plane crash to be taken to the city of Kharkiv. Malaysia’s PM said the separatists had also agreedContinue Reading

In a little while after our scheduled meal period, Neil would give the signal to step down the ladder onto the powdery surface of the moon. Now was the moment for communion. So I unstowed the elements in their flight packets. I put them and the scripture reading on theContinue Reading

“I never learned anything while I was talking.” ~ Larry King #mindfulness — Everyday Mindfulness (@mindfuleveryday) July 21, 2014 Mindfulness is “the intentional, accepting and non-judgmental focus of one’s attention on the emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment”,[1] which can be trained by meditational practices[1] derived fromContinue Reading

A new study shows that worse sleep quality predicts lower physical activity in people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Results show that PTSD was independently associated with worse sleep quality at baseline, and participants with current PTSD at baseline had lower physical activity one year later. Further analysis found thatContinue Reading