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Posted in Psychotherapy

Myth 1. People who seek psychotherapy are weak, mentally ill, or crazy.

Untrue. Nowadays if you seek treatment, it’s often viewed as a sign of resourcefulness. The average therapy client struggles with many of the same problems…

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Posted in Psychology

Passion is a strange way to describe work

https://medium.com/@JessicaLexicus/the-dangerous-myths-of-passion-e22546deb454 A hundred years ago, people considered it a dangerous feeling. They were right. When I hear the word “passion,” I imagine two people ripping…

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Posted in Science

The Myth of Vaccines Causing Autism

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Rape Myths and Stereotypes 101

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/trump-denials-are-rape-myths-stereotypes-101-advocates-say-n667651 “The answer is simple,” Allred said. “Some may have held what they allege as a secret within them for many years. Some may have…

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Vaccine Myths

Vaccines can give you the disease they’re meant to be protecting you from, and four other myths busted https://t.co/vgSjqfWdzJ — The Conversation (@ConversationUK) January 20,…

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Myth of Porn Addiction

http://www.alternet.org/sex-amp-relationships/are-sex-and-porn-addiction-bs Porn addiction does not appear in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel of Mental Disorders. And yet the label seems to pop up everywhere. Many…

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