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Attachment Theory Quiz: Which of the 4 Styles Are You?
 
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Have you ever noticed you are dating the same kind of person over and over again? This might not be your imagination or coincidence. It could be your attachment style. Attachment Style: Our tendencies and patterns of how we connect to the people in our lives. We connect to the people around us. We attach to parents, partners, kids, and friends. Research has found we typically have an attachment style–we connect with people in the same pattern over and over again. Our attachment style can be a scary predictor of our relationship success. Our patterns of attachment typically are set in childhood and tend to follow us around wherever we go. ****** Science of People is a human behavior research lab. We will teach you what makes people tick. Come play in our lab and pick up a copy of our best-selling book, Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People for even more on decoding, communication and personality. 👉 http://amzn.to/2xM4tiO ****** PS- Like, Share, and Explore the Science of People: ☞ Website: https://www.scienceofpeople.com/ ☞ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scienceofpeople/ ☞ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vvanedwards ☞ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vvanedwards/
Views: 11140 Vanessa Van Edwards
What Is Your Attachment Style?
 
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Attachment theory refers to a set of ideas formulated by psychologists in the 1960s that gives us an exceptionally useful guide to how we behave in relationships. Knowing whether we are secure, anxious or avoidant in our attachment patterns gives us a vocabulary with which to get on top of some very tricky dynamics and helps us grow into more predictable and more joyful companions in love. Sign up to our new newsletter and get 10% off your first online order of a book, product or class: https://bit.ly/2LayJ9F For gifts and more from The School of Life, visit our online shop: https://bit.ly/2BF0N5N Our website has classes, articles and products to help you think and grow: https://bit.ly/2MCcRZx Download our App: https://bit.ly/2N2UMAY FURTHER READING You can read more on this and other subjects on our blog, here: https://bit.ly/2N2NKvQ “One of the greatest questionnaires in the history of 20th-century psychology had a modest start in the pages of a local Colorado newspaper The Rocky Mountain News in July 1985. The work of two University of Denver psychologists Cindy Hazan and Phillip Shaver, the questionnaire asked readers to identify which of three statements most closely reflected who they were in love.” MORE SCHOOL OF LIFE Visit us in person at our London HQ: https://bit.ly/2MrIVA3 Watch more films on SELF in our playlist: http://bit.ly/TSOLself You can submit translations and transcripts on all of our videos here: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UC7IcJI8PUf5Z3zKxnZvTBog&tab=2 Find out how more here: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6054623?hl=en-GB SOCIAL MEDIA Feel free to follow us at the links below: Download our App: https://bit.ly/2N2UMAY Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theschooloflifelondon/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheSchoolOfLife Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theschooloflifelondon/ CREDITS Produced in collaboration with: Julia Marchowska https://marchowskajulia.wixsite.com/mysite
Views: 1448588 The School of Life
Defining Attachment Trauma: How to Heal Attachment Wounds
 
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You are invited and welcome to participate in the membership community, “Improve Your Relationships.” Community members access the 180+ videos and the 8-week program with weekly discussion topics, suggested homework activities, group conversations, suggested monthly relationship field trips, creating a plan for self-directed healing by sharing of the Weekly Planners, and also accessing the worksheets and handouts to help define your goals. Handouts include the Core Concerns and Core Practices of Insecurely Attached Relationships, The What's for Lunch Goals and Tasks worksheet, The Stages of Transformation worksheet, the Cycle of Insecurely Attached Dysfunctional Dynamics handouts, the Everyday Relating Questionnaire, and the Gratitude worksheet (as well as others). Also new, weekly check-in videos and daily reminder prompts as conversation starters are offered to support community members engaging the material and interacting with each other. This is about personal plans for healing and about creating change. Alan Robarge, Relationship Coach and Psychotherapist, through an ambitious commitment of full time efforts over the past 3 years, has produced a volume of resources that provide great support, guidance, and continued value. Community members report many benefits of the program and also report seeing results. Here is one testimonial: "I've been a member since the community started. I highly recommend it. I love that it provides a structure, yet is completely flexible. I've learned so much by reading what other people post. It gives me new perspectives. Alan provides a lot of content and encouraging videos. It most certainly is worth the membership cost. I encourage anyone interested in learning new skills to join us.” You are invited to join us for meaningful, powerful conversations about self-directed healing. Let's change old relationship patterns. Here is a link for more info and to register: www.alanrobarge.com/community
Attached - The Science of Attachment - Anxious and Avoidant Loving
 
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Use my FREE 27 Confidence-Boosting Hacks: https://practicalpie.com/confidence/ Want my TOP 10 book list?: https://practicalpie.com/book-list/ Get a girl to like you using psychology (52% off!): https://courses.practicalpie.com/p/the-psychology-of-attraction/?product_id=455712&coupon_code=GETGIRLSYT Get the book! http://amzn.to/2kBGufp In the book "Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How it can Help You Find and Keep Love", Amir Levine and Rachel Heller describe the three main attachment styles. When many people think of dependency, they think of a bad attachment that nurtures only negative feelings and a terrible outcome. Looking for love and using science to keep it can be very easy if you understand the anxious, avoidant, and secure attachment styles. Using some psychological analysis, these two authors found that many relationships in which an avoidant style dates an attached style usually ends badly since both are trying to change their attachment styles. Some tricks in this book will teach you how to cope with your significant other who may be a different attachment style than you. I highly recommend reading this book before starting a new relationship. Animated Book Review Playlist: http://bit.ly/Psychbooks Insta: https://www.instagram.com/practical_psych/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/practical_psych Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/practicalpsych Check out MY Passive Income Ebook: http://bit.ly/PsychologyIncome
Views: 181698 Practical Psychology
The 4 Attachment Styles & Not Taking Things Personally - Diane Poole Heller - Smart Couple 204
 
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The 4 Attachment Styles & Not Taking Things Personally - Diane Poole Heller - Smart Couple Podcast Episode 204 https://relationshipschool.net/podcast/the-4-attachment-styles-not-taking-things-personally-diane-poole-heller-sc-204/ A lot of things you take personally in relationship have very little to do with your partner. Those issues are really the result of YOUR past, YOUR triggers and YOUR perspective...So says long-time Boulder, Colorado therapist & expert in the field of Child and Adult Attachment Theory and Models, Dr. Diane Poole Heller. That’s the opinion of Dr. Diane Poole Heller. She’s an author, long-time Boulder, Colorado therapist and expert in the field of Child and Adult Attachment Theory and Models, trauma resolution, and integrative healing techniques. Diane takes her clients mentally back in time to make peace with past threats that are holding them back. Her step-by-step process for cognitive time travel is more than just effective, it’s fascinating! Diane and Jayson are both dedicated to fostering secure attachment to change the world. Get ready to be inspired, find out about the secure attachment ripple effect, and join the relationship revolution! For the full Smart Couple Podcast webpage for this episode featuring Diane Poole Heller visit https://relationshipschool.net/podcast204
Views: 8243 Jayson Gaddis
Adult Attachment Interview with Mary Main
 
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Coming to Los Angeles: Dr. Dan Siegel with Drs. Mary Main and Erik Hesse are presenters at a 2-day program December 11-12, 2010 in Los Angeles. This is an introduction to the AAI and how to apply it. Dr. Siegel will discuss the neuroscience between the brain and behavior. While Drs. Main and Hesse demonstrate how to conduct the AAI. Video narration by Dr. Marion Solomon.
Views: 50741 LifespanLearning LA
Attached: A Must Read Book for People in Relationships
 
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This is a book review aimed to provide a possible resource for people struggling with relationship issues. 'Attached' by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller gives a description of various attachment styles based on research, how to identify them in your own self and your partner. The book has questionnaires, checklists and specific pointers that in turn would help you develop effective communication with your partner and add to over all emotional well being. Watch the video for my review. Buy on Amazon India: https://goo.gl/aYoQm6 Buy on Amazon.com: http://amzn.com/1585429139 Note: This is not a sponsored review. We purchased the book and all opinions are our own. Reach out to me on ================ Email: [email protected] Website: guptasonali.com Twitter: @guptasonali Instagram: www.instagram.com/mentalhealthwithsonali
Attachment Styles and Polyamory Study
 
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Dear Participant, The attached link ( https://kwiksurveys.com/s/I2oaYTVs ) is a part of a study I am currently conducting as a graduate student in clinical sexology at the International Institute of Clinical Sexology, Miami, Florida, regarding adult romantic attachment and polyamory. Your participation would assist in the completion of the study. If you chose to participate, your participation would involve completing a short questionnaire that asks you to respond to a series of questions regarding attitudes and feelings about your current romantic relationships as well as demographic questions. The requirements for participation include identifying as over 18 years old, polyamorous, in a relationship with at least 2 partners, and the length of the relationship with each partner is 6 months or greater. Completion of the anonymous questionnaire should take no more than 20-25 minutes of your time. While deciding on your participation in this study please consider the following: Participation involves minimal risk beyond possible minimal anxiety in considering and responding to the questions. Participation results in no direct benefit to you beyond what might be gained by the experience of participating in a research study, and contributing to a better understanding of the topic. Confidentiality will be protected to the full extent of the law. No identifying information is required to participate in the study. Materials are returned to the researcher anonymously in the form of data alone. No one, including the researcher, will be able to identify from the materials who participated or refused to participate or the responses of any individual. If you have any questions or problems as a result of participating in the study you may contact Dr. Patsy Evans at [email protected] or Wendi Line-Robbins at [email protected] . I appreciate your consideration in participating in this study and welcome any questions, comments, or suggestions that you may have concerning this study. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Wendi “Nicki” Line-Robbins M.A., LAPC
Views: 242 Nicki Robbins
The Strange Situation - Mary Ainsworth
 
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Developmental psychology.
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Leadership Styles Impact on Employee Performance Part 1
 
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The research is about Impact of leadership styles on employee performance in retail sector. The analysis was done by using some data. The process is shown step by step so that you can use the same method for your research also. hope it helps
Views: 1500 Knowledge Abundance
How to Work With Your Partner's Love Style
 
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Do you wonder what's the best way to go about working with your partner's love style? From one of our previous videos, we talked about how your childhood can affect your love styles later on in life and we felt many of you guys identified with the various types, from the vacillators to the pleasers. If you haven't seen the video, you can watch it here again to refresh yourself: https://youtu.be/gZj176ZoM4Y The point is, depending on how we relate ourselves to those styles, they will undoubtedly affect our relationships in some ways. In this video, we try to shed some lights on how to go about each types! Hope you find it as helpful! Feel free to suggest us topics! :) Animated by: Ben Carswell Check out his animation work here: https://www.youtube.com/Twisted4kStudios Ben's goal is to one day work as a director for animation. #psych2go #howtoseries #lovestyles Psych2Go Giveaway details, not affiliated with Youtube in anyway. Link for the survey/subscription: http://eepurl.com/c3Gmd5 We will contact you with a free copy of our e-book first and then if you win further let you know. Connect with Yumi, a partner of Psych2Go here: https://www.instagram.com/xo.yumii/ Credits: Credits To: Script Writer: Catherine Huang Script Editor: Steven Wu VO: Lily Hu Animator: Ben Carswell YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong References: Yerkovich, K., & Yerkovich, M. (2019). How We Love. Retrieved January 15, 2019. Ways to Support Us: https://www.patreon.com/Psych2GoNow Buy from our shop here: https://psych2go.shop/collections/mag... Help us with CC translations in your language: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkJE... For Business Inquiries - [email protected] Please share and like our videos if they've helped you out!
Views: 742334 Psych2Go
Developmental Attachment Trauma and Fantasy Family Relationships
 
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You are invited and welcome to participate in the membership community, “Improve Your Relationships.” Community members access the 180+ videos and the 8-week program with weekly discussion topics, suggested homework activities, group conversations, suggested monthly relationship field trips, creating a plan for self-directed healing by sharing of the Weekly Planners, and also accessing the worksheets and handouts to help define your goals. Handouts include the Core Concerns and Core Practices of Insecurely Attached Relationships, The What's for Lunch Goals and Tasks worksheet, The Stages of Transformation worksheet, the Cycle of Insecurely Attached Dysfunctional Dynamics handouts, the Everyday Relating Questionnaire, and the Gratitude worksheet (as well as others). Also new, weekly check-in videos and daily reminder prompts as conversation starters are offered to support community members engaging the material and interacting with each other. This is about personal plans for healing and about creating change. Alan Robarge, Relationship Coach and Psychotherapist, through an ambitious commitment of full time efforts over the past 3 years, has produced a volume of resources that provide great support, guidance, and continued value. Community members report many benefits of the program and also report seeing results. Here is one testimonial: "I've been a member since the community started. I highly recommend it. I love that it provides a structure, yet is completely flexible. I've learned so much by reading what other people post. It gives me new perspectives. Alan provides a lot of content and encouraging videos. It most certainly is worth the membership cost. I encourage anyone interested in learning new skills to join us.” You are invited to join us for meaningful, powerful conversations about self-directed healing. Let's change old relationship patterns. Here is a link for more info and to register: www.alanrobarge.com/community
Which Relationship Type are You?
 
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Has Cupid shot you with an arrow? This Valentines Day we'd like to take a closer look at you and your relationship; past, present or future ;) relationships. Although every February 14th is a day to celebrate your love for each other and is that one special day to shower your boyfriend or girlfriend with gifts and red roses, we decided to look deeper into, what makes a relationship work? Of course, you'd want your relationship to last longer than just 1 years worth of a Valentines Day, right? To answer some of relationships' mysteries like, What kind of love do you have? What kind of relationship do you have? Does your childhood affect the amount of love and attention you'd like to receive? Or is it all always roses, chocolates, and rainbows? Let's take a dive into the world of love. Oh la la!
Views: 957108 MinuteVideos
How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime | Nadine Burke Harris
 
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Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues has real, tangible effects on the development of the brain. This unfolds across a lifetime, to the point where those who’ve experienced high levels of trauma are at triple the risk for heart disease and lung cancer. An impassioned plea for pediatric medicine to confront the prevention and treatment of trauma, head-on. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
Views: 2025962 TED
The Detective Mindset - Relationship Insecurity & Anxiety
 
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Have you ever found yourself rifling through your partners things because of some random passing thought? ▼ see below for links & more ▼ Feeling anxious and insecure in your relationship sucks. To stop relationship anxiety I found one of the best methods was to just stop and look at the absurdity of what I was doing. On the questionnaire below I score in the range of "secure attachment" but my girlfriend has an avoidant attachment style which triggers my underlying anxious attachment tendencies from childhood. ▼ MORE VIDEOS ▼ Picking wild magic mushrooms - everything you ever wanted to know about psilocybin: https://youtu.be/x5rI8msLtJo Volunteering in Thailand at an Elephant and Wildlife rescue and education center: https://youtu.be/0Kbt4D1dNN4 Free Chats - hitting the streets to beat social anxiety: https://youtu.be/k7CM4Yhoc6E MENTAL Psychosis Simulation (POV) - What's it like to have a psychosis experience? https://youtu.be/s4fMJxgb32E Underdogs vs MASSIVE Obstacle Course (INSPIRING AS HELL) - Watch our team smash True Grit: https://youtu.be/PtmMdOI6BHU High on Light documentary - exploring sensory overload and deprivation to achieve altered states of consciousness: https://youtu.be/-XjlrC7sHio ▼ CONNECT WITH US ▼ Identify your attachment type ❤ https://www.authentichappiness.sas.upenn.edu/questionnaires/close-relationships-questionnaires We now have merch ❤ https://teespring.com/stores/fort-origin-store Message me on Facebook ❤ http://Facebook.com/KyLivesTV Leave a donation ❤ http://Patreon.com/KyLives Follow me on Snapchat and Instagram ❤ @KyLives Check out my website ❤ http://KyLives.tv
Views: 292 Ky Lives
Peter Fonagy "Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis: The Need for a New Integration?"
 
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Presentation from Alumni Conference 'Twenty Years of Developmental Lines' at Anna Freud Centre, June 2014
Views: 20952 Anna Freud NCCF
Stop Avoiding Your Healing Work (Attachment Injuries and Trauma)
 
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You are invited and welcome to participate in the membership community, “Improve Your Relationships.” Community members access the 180+ videos and the 8-week program with weekly discussion topics, suggested homework activities, group conversations, suggested monthly relationship field trips, creating a plan for self-directed healing by sharing of the Weekly Planners, and also accessing the worksheets and handouts to help define your goals. Handouts include the Core Concerns and Core Practices of Insecurely Attached Relationships, The What's for Lunch Goals and Tasks worksheet, The Stages of Transformation worksheet, the Cycle of Insecurely Attached Dysfunctional Dynamics handouts, the Everyday Relating Questionnaire, and the Gratitude worksheet (as well as others). Also new, weekly check-in videos and daily reminder prompts as conversation starters are offered to support community members engaging the material and interacting with each other. This is about personal plans for healing and about creating change. Alan Robarge, Relationship Coach and Psychotherapist, through an ambitious commitment of full time efforts over the past 3 years, has produced a volume of resources that provide great support, guidance, and continued value. Community members report many benefits of the program and also report seeing results. Here is one testimonial: "I've been a member since the community started. I highly recommend it. I love that it provides a structure, yet is completely flexible. I've learned so much by reading what other people post. It gives me new perspectives. Alan provides a lot of content and encouraging videos. It most certainly is worth the membership cost. I encourage anyone interested in learning new skills to join us.” You are invited to join us for meaningful, powerful conversations about self-directed healing. Let's change old relationship patterns. Here is a link for more info and to register: www.alanrobarge.com/community ______________________________ Change your relationships. Change old, dysfunctional relationship patterns. Healing attachment injuries and attachment wounds. Healing abandonment, emotional neglect, and rejection.
Relationship Attachment Styles, Why Flamingo Beaks Look Weird, and Finding Life’s Purpose with I...
 
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In this podcast, Cody Gough [https://curiosity.im/twitter-cody-gough] and Ashley Hamer [https://curiosity.im/twitter-ashley-hamer] discuss the following stories from Curiosity.com [http://bit.ly/shownotes-homepage] to help you get smarter and learn something new in just a few minutes: – – LINKEDIN: Get $50 off your first job post. Terms and conditions apply. [http://linkedin.com/curiosity] – – Take the Close Relationships Questionnaire To Measure Your Attachment Style [https://curiosity.im/2Oq566a] – – You Can Find Your Life's Purpose With a Japanese Concept Called Ikigai [https://curiosity.im/2vtG4w0] – – Flamingo Beaks Look Weird Because They're Upside Down [https://curiosity.im/2M9nOBN] – If you love our show and you're interested in hearing full-length interviews, then please consider supporting us on Patreon [https://www.patreon.com/curiositydotcom]. You'll get exclusive episodes and access to our archives as soon as you become a Patron! Support the show. [https://www.patreon.com/curiositydotcom] Official podcast website — https://curiositydaily.com Support the show on Patreon — https://www.patreon.com/curiositydotcom --- Subscribe to the Curiosity Daily science podcast on: Google Podcasts — https://curiosity.im/curiosity-daily-google-podcasts Apple Podcasts — https://curiosity.im/curiosity-podcast-itunes Spotify — https://curiosity.im/curiosity-daily-spotify Alexa Flash Briefing — https://curiosity.im/podcast-flash-briefing RSS — https://curiosity.im/podcast-RSS --- Download the FREE 5-star Curiosity app for Android and iOS at https://curiosity.im/podcast-app Originally posted to https://omny.fm/shows/curiosity-podcast/relationship-attachment-styles-why-flamingo-beaks on August 13, 2018.
Views: 0 Curiosity
The Lonely-Self - The Wound Became Your Identity / Community Conversations
 
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You are invited and welcome to participate in the membership community, “Improve Your Relationships.” Community members access the 180+ videos and the 8-week program with weekly discussion topics, suggested homework activities, group conversations, suggested monthly relationship field trips, creating a plan for self-directed healing by sharing of the Weekly Planners, and also accessing the worksheets and handouts to help define your goals. Handouts include the Core Concerns and Core Practices of Insecurely Attached Relationships, The What's for Lunch Goals and Tasks worksheet, The Stages of Transformation worksheet, the Cycle of Insecurely Attached Dysfunctional Dynamics handouts, the Everyday Relating Questionnaire, and the Gratitude worksheet (as well as others). Also new, weekly check-in videos and daily reminder prompts as conversation starters are offered to support community members engaging the material and interacting with each other. This is about personal plans for healing and about creating change. Alan Robarge, Relationship Coach and Psychotherapist, through an ambitious commitment of full time efforts over the past 3 years, has produced a volume of resources that provide great support, guidance, and continued value. Community members report many benefits of the program and also report seeing results. Here is one testimonial: "I've been a member since the community started. I highly recommend it. I love that it provides a structure, yet is completely flexible. I've learned so much by reading what other people post. It gives me new perspectives. Alan provides a lot of content and encouraging videos. It most certainly is worth the membership cost. I encourage anyone interested in learning new skills to join us.” You are invited to join us for meaningful, powerful conversations about self-directed healing. Let's change old relationship patterns. Here is a link for more info and to register: www.alanrobarge.com/community
[LIVE Q & A] [3 of 5] "4 Neurochemicals that Feed the Anxious-Avoidant Trap..."
 
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This video is a LIVE Q&A follow up to our 5-Part video series on the Anxious-Avoidant Trap. Today I address questions posted below the second video in the series: 4 Neurochemicals that Feed the Anxious-Avoidant Trap This series and livestream content is to promote my online course for Healing Attachment Wounds: http://bit.ly/2Q5DWU3 I hope you enjoy this video series, and if more questions have popped up for you make sure you comment beneath the video or simply reply to this email and I will give you a shout out! If you missed any of the videos in this series, go to the bottom of this description for a full listing. If you’re interested in learning more about your Attachment Styles, I have the perfect FREE quiz for you: http://bit.ly/4LuvStyles If you would like to watch the other videos in this series, you can find them below: [1 of 5] The Anxious Avoidant Trap: A Case of Like Sees Like: https://youtu.be/yMOpdJM3Ot4 [2 of 5] 6 Signs of the Anxious-Avoidant Trap: https://youtu.be/Kw0YMwKb6xo [3 of 5] 4 Neurochemicals That Feed the Anxious-Avoidant Trap: https://youtu.be/Hf9DtzrGw7M [4 of 5] The Role of Fantasy in the Anxious-Avoidant Trap: https://youtu.be/5iwwgh8XmP8 [5 of 5] 3 Ways Anxious And Avoidant Partners Push Each Other Away: https://youtu.be/vBojJVwAykc Below is our Live Q&A Series to address all of the questions that came up from our followers throughout this series: [LIVE Q&A] [1 of 5] "A Case of Like Sees Like..." https://youtu.be/B84mWhzDtTc [LIVE Q&A] [2 of 5] "6 Signs of the Anxious-Avoidant Trap..." https://youtu.be/cOx9NXBalio [LIVE Q & A] [3 of 5] "4 Neurochemicals that Feed the Anxious-Avoidant Trap..." https://youtu.be/6FlhtHXmpxY [LIVE Q &A] [4 of 5] The Role Of Fantasy in the Anxious Avoidant Trap: https://youtu.be/x9ZF7NNlrhs [LIVE Q&A] [5 of 5] 3 Ways Anxious and Avoidant Partners Push Each Other Away: https://youtu.be/eroD8H4EEtA Xoxo Briana
Views: 2169 Briana MacWilliam
Does Childhood Emotional Neglect Cause Avoidant Personality Disorder
 
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Childhood emotional neglect questionnaire, childhood emotional neglect support group, childhood emotional neglect depression, childhood emotional neglect and narcissism, effects of childhood emotional neglect on adults, signs of childhood emotional neglect, examples of childhood emotional neglect, effects of childhood emotional neglect in marriage, childhood emotional neglect consequences, recovering from childhood emotional neglect, healing from childhood emotional neglect, ptsd from childhood emotional neglect, therapy for childhood emotional neglect, treatment for childhood emotional neglect, recovery from childhood emotional neglect, test for childhood emotional neglect, getting over childhood emotional neglect, childhood emotional neglect help, how childhood emotional neglect affects relationships, how to avoid childhood emotional neglect, childhood emotional neglect in adults, childhood emotional neglect in relationship, childhood emotional neglect impact, childhood emotional neglect symptoms in adults, childhood emotional neglect and infidelity, dealing with childhood emotional neglect, overcome your childhood emotional neglect, 7 signs you grew up with childhood emotional neglect.
Views: 478 pramesti juni
Emotional Neglect & Traumatic Loneliness. Ask Dr. Anna S.2.E.36
 
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Learn about Traumatic Loneliness and Emotional Neglect. Get the Emotional Neglect questionnaire and Traumatic Loneliness Article FREE here: http://bit.ly/1McS4FF Dr. Anna answers a viewer's question about feeling like you don't fit in. She discusses Emotional Neglect and Traumatic Loneliness. Dr. Jonice Webb's Emotional Neglect Questionnaire will be able to help you figure out the intensity of your feelings, which can be found here: http://bit.ly/1McS4FF Have a question? Ask Dr Anna http://www.whatisptsd.com/contact-form Connect with us on social media! Facebook: Traumatology Institute: http://on.fb.me/15IM3gS What is PTSD: http://on.fb.me/1MaAKAF Twitter: https://twitter.com/TraumaLine1 Linkedin: http://linkd.in/1gCerH2
Views: 26761 What Is PTSD
The Abandoned-Self - The Wound Became Your Identity / Community Conversations
 
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You are invited and welcome to participate in the membership community, “Improve Your Relationships.” Community members access the 180+ videos and the 8-week program with weekly discussion topics, suggested homework activities, group conversations, suggested monthly relationship field trips, creating a plan for self-directed healing by sharing of the Weekly Planners, and also accessing the worksheets and handouts to help define your goals. Handouts include the Core Concerns and Core Practices of Insecurely Attached Relationships, The What's for Lunch Goals and Tasks worksheet, The Stages of Transformation worksheet, the Cycle of Insecurely Attached Dysfunctional Dynamics handouts, the Everyday Relating Questionnaire, and the Gratitude worksheet (as well as others). Also new, weekly check-in videos and daily reminder prompts as conversation starters are offered to support community members engaging the material and interacting with each other. This is about personal plans for healing and about creating change. Alan Robarge, Relationship Coach and Psychotherapist, through an ambitious commitment of full time efforts over the past 3 years, has produced a volume of resources that provide great support, guidance, and continued value. Community members report many benefits of the program and also report seeing results. Here is one testimonial: "I've been a member since the community started. I highly recommend it. I love that it provides a structure, yet is completely flexible. I've learned so much by reading what other people post. It gives me new perspectives. Alan provides a lot of content and encouraging videos. It most certainly is worth the membership cost. I encourage anyone interested in learning new skills to join us.” You are invited to join us for meaningful, powerful conversations about self-directed healing. Let's change old relationship patterns. Here is a link for more info and to register: www.alanrobarge.com/community
Parent Child Relationships – Introduction and Questionnaire
 
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The term parent-child relationship (PCR) refers to the unique and enduring bond between a parent and their child. This PCR lays the foundation for the child’s personality, choices and overall behavior. Right from the child's infancy, the time spent by parents in growing and nurturing a healthy and positive relationship with their child determines how well the child will develop physically, emotionally, intellectually, psychologically and socially.
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Dissertation.com_RusbyJ_9781599426570
 
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Childhood Temporary Separation: Long-term Effects of Wartime Evacuation in World War 2 by Rusby, J.S.M.; 287 pages; ISBN-10: 1599426579; ISBN-13: 9781599426570 This study investigates possible links between temporary separation from parents in childhood due to evacuation in World War 2 and later psychological development and adult relationships. The conclusions from an earlier qualitative pilot study had suggested that the developmental outcome of evacuation was perceived by those involved as lying on a continuum, at one extreme the experience was 'life-enhancing' and at the other it had left an 'emotional legacy' depending on an individual's experience. This present lifespan survey using self report questionnaires and involving 900 respondents from the county of Kent confirmed these perceptions and examined whether they were reflected by measures of mental health, marital history and adult attachment. The methodology employed univariate and multivariate analyses, including causal structural models of depression for both sexes, and involved both childhood and life-course mediating variables. In terms of mental health highly significant associations were found for the evacuation experience variables of Age at Evacuation and Care Received with the Incidence of Depression, Clinical Anxiety and Factor 2, Self-criticism, of the Depressive Experiences Questionnaire (Blatt et al., 1976), all in the predicted sense. Females were found to be particularly vulnerable to Clinical Anxiety if evacuated at 10-12 years with an incidence of 18%, accompanied by a high level of Self-criticism. Structural path models for the onset of depression confirmed that females not only had higher levels of Factor 1, Dependency, but were more vulnerable to these levels. Divorce rates were also highly associated with these same evacuation variables and multiple divorce rates for both sexes fell from 10%, if evacuated at 4-6 years, to 0% for those evacuated at 13-15 years. Adult attachment style measured by the self-report Relationship Questionnaire (Bartholomew & Horowitz, 1991) was also affected, with a fall in the Fearful style from 25% to 7% with increasing age at evacuation. Overall there was a tendency for male respondents to move to the Dismissive and females to the Fearful styles when secure attachment was lost. It is believed that such a lifespan development study, based on an 'experiment in nature' and involving an ageing cohort, has potential value in influencing future policy in the fields of mental health and social care.
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College Vlog Ep.1
 
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Thank you fo watching this video‼️‼️‼️ LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL Follow me on instagram: pb_andjay_ Follow me on Snapchat pb_andJAY Attachment style questionnaire Choose option B http://www.web-research-design.net/cgi-bin/crq/crq.pl
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Test: ¿Cuál Es Tu Estilo En Las Relaciones De Pareja? | Coaching Relacional
 
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Transcripción del vídeo: Test: ¿Cuál Es Tu Estilo En Las Relaciones De Pareja? ¡Hola! Soy Sandra Burgos y esto es 30K Coaching. Hoy voy a compartir contigo un test que te permitirá identificar tu estilo en las relaciones de pareja. El test que voy a compartir contigo es una adaptación hecha por Elsa Punset del Cuestionario de Fraley, Waller y Brennan y se compone de 22 ítems. Te explico cómo funciona. Yo te voy a ir exponiendo una serie de 22 oraciones y, después de cada oración, te diré una letra que podrá ser A, B o C. Si la oración se corresponde contigo, toma nota de la letra que la acompaña. Si no se corresponde contigo, no escribas nada y continúa con la siguiente oración. De este modo, al final deberías tener un listado de varias letras. ¡Vamos allá! No me cuesta seguir en contacto son un ex; al fin y al cabo, tenemos muchas cosas en común (B). Valoro más mi independencia que a mi pareja (C). A menudo me preocupo por si mi pareja deja de quererme (A). Cuando me peleo con mi pareja, suelo decir o hacer cosas de las que luego me arrepiento (A). Una pelea con mi pareja no suele hacerme cuestionar nuestra relación (B). A veces me irrito o enfado con mi pareja sin saber por qué (C). Si estoy saliendo con alguien y se pone frío y distante, no creo que me importe demasiado; incluso puede que me sienta aliviado (C). Temo que cuando mi pareja me conozca mejor ya no le guste (A). Pienso mucho en mis relaciones (A). Me resulta fácil ser cariñoso o cariñosa con mi pareja (B). Prefiero no compartir mis pensamientos más íntimos con mi pareja (C). Me recupero deprisa después de romper con alguien. Es extraño lo poco que me cuesta dejar de pensar en ello (C). Me siento cómodo o cómoda si alguien depende de mí o si yo dependo de alguien (B). Generalmente me encariño my deprisa con mis parejas (A). A veces la gente me ve algo aburrido o aburrida porque no suelo montar numeritos con mi pareja (B). Echo de menos a mi pareja cuando estamos separados, pero cuando estamos juntos siento necesidad de escapar (C). Me cuesta apoyar a mi pareja cuando él o ella se siente mal (C). Me preocupa no ser lo suficientemente atractivo o atractiva (A). Creo que la mayoría de las personas son básicamente honradas y de confianza (B). Si alguien con quien he salido unos meses me dice que quiere dejarlo, me sentiré mal al principio pero lo superaré (B). Prefiero el sexo con parejas ocasionales que con una sola persona (C). A veces, cuando consigo lo que quiero de una relación, ya no estoy seguro de que sea eso lo que quiero (C). Ahora calcula cuántas veces has anotado cada una de las letras. Voy a compartir contigo la interpretación de ese resultado según las expertas Amir Levine y Rachel Heller. 1.- Si tienes mayoría de A… Tus relaciones son ansiosas, es decir, tienes un estilo de apego inseguro. Te encanta estar muy cerca de tus seres queridos y tienes capacidad para una gran intimidad. Sin embargo, a menudo te preocupa que a tu pareja no le apetezca estar tan cerca de ti como te gustaría. Las relaciones tienden a consumir una gran parte de tu energía emocional. Tiendes a ser muy sensible a los cambios de humor y comportamiento de tu pareja, y aunque tu sexto sentido suele ser acertado, te tomas las reacciones de tu pareja de forma demasiado personal. Experimentas muchas emociones negativas en la relación y te disgustas a menudo. Por ello, tiendes a perder los papeles y a decir cosas que luego lamentas. Sin embargo, si la otra persona te da mucha seguridad, eres capaz de dejar a un lado buena parte de tus preocupaciones y de sentirte bien. 2.- Si tienes mayoría de B… Tus relaciones son seguras, es decir, tienes un estilo de apego seguro. En las relaciones, te sale naturalmente ser cálido y amoroso. Disfrutas de la intimidad sin preocuparte demasiado. Te tomas los asuntos del corazón con filosofía y no sueles disgustarte por los temas de pareja. Comunicas de forma eficaz tus necesidades y sentimientos a tu pareja, y se te da bien interpretar y dar respuesta a las pistas y señales emocionales de tu compañero o compañera. Compartes tus éxitos y problemas con tu pareja, y eres capaz de estar a su lado cuando él o ella te necesita. 3.- Si tienes mayoría de C… Tus relaciones son evitativas o distantes, es decir, tienes un estilo de apego inseguro. Para ti es muy importante mantener tu independencia y tu autosuficiencia, y a menudo prefieres ser autónomo a mantener una relación íntima. Aunque sí deseas estar cerca de los demás, te sientes incómodo con demasiada cercanía y tiendes a mantener a tu pareja a una distancia segura. No inviertes demasiado tiempo preocupándote por tus relaciones románticas o temiendo ser rechazado. Tiendes a no abrirte a tus parejas, y éstas a menudo se quejan de que eres emocionalmente distante. En tus relaciones, a menudo eres muy sensible a cualquier señal de control o de invasión de tu territorio por parte de tu pareja.
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How to Add an Appendix to a Word Document
 
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25: What Is Childhood Emotional Neglect?
 
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Welcome! My guest today is Dr. Jonice Webb, a clinical psychologist and blogger for Psych Central. She’s the author of the book, Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect. We’ll delve into this topic and its impact in our society today. Join us! What you’ll hear in this episode: The definition of Childhood Emotional Neglect: a parent’s failure to respond enough to the child’s emotional needs This condition is different from physical neglect and abuse. In her private practice, Dr. Jonice kept seeing patients with the same patterns. She has identified 12 different types of parenting styles that lead to Childhood Emotional Neglect. Children of CEN end up treating their children with the same patterns of behaviors, and no one really knows what’s wrong. Dr. Jonice has developed a questionnaire, designed for adults, to determine if you’ve been affected by this condition. Her book gives examples of what happens to a child with real-life vignettes. How to heal from CEN? Fully recognize and accept that CEN happened. Welcome back and get in touch with walled-off emotions. Dr. Webb wants to put together training for CEU’s for therapists who want to work on this specialty, but first, she wants to complete a research project to compile results. She is working on making a page on her website listing mental health providers who can work with people on CEN. Contact Dr. Webb at www.emotionalneglect.com or email her at [email protected] Sign up for her newsletter on her website and check out her blog at Psych Central!
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The Not-Good-Enough-Self - The Wound Became Your Identity / Community Conversations
 
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You are invited and welcome to participate in the membership community, “Improve Your Relationships.” Community members access the 180+ videos and the 8-week program with weekly discussion topics, suggested homework activities, group conversations, suggested monthly relationship field trips, creating a plan for self-directed healing by sharing of the Weekly Planners, and also accessing the worksheets and handouts to help define your goals. Handouts include the Core Concerns and Core Practices of Insecurely Attached Relationships, The What's for Lunch Goals and Tasks worksheet, The Stages of Transformation worksheet, the Cycle of Insecurely Attached Dysfunctional Dynamics handouts, the Everyday Relating Questionnaire, and the Gratitude worksheet (as well as others). Also new, weekly check-in videos and daily reminder prompts as conversation starters are offered to support community members engaging the material and interacting with each other. This is about personal plans for healing and about creating change. Alan Robarge, Relationship Coach and Psychotherapist, through an ambitious commitment of full time efforts over the past 3 years, has produced a volume of resources that provide great support, guidance, and continued value. Community members report many benefits of the program and also report seeing results. Here is one testimonial: "I've been a member since the community started. I highly recommend it. I love that it provides a structure, yet is completely flexible. I've learned so much by reading what other people post. It gives me new perspectives. Alan provides a lot of content and encouraging videos. It most certainly is worth the membership cost. I encourage anyone interested in learning new skills to join us.” You are invited to join us for meaningful, powerful conversations about self-directed healing. Let's change old relationship patterns. Here is a link for more info and to register: www.alanrobarge.com/community
Was I Abused? Childhood PTSD Info And Test
 
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Hello While developing a questionnaire to help my clients assess if their present problems are related to childhood growing up, I decided to make a brief video regarding childhood PTSD and the types of trauma family dysfunction. The questions are designed to help explore childhood. It is not an APA approved clinical assessment and should not be treated as such. It's something I came up with to explore childhood. **Some of these questions can apply to other issues such as ADD, ADHD, spectrum disorders and others. A licensed PTSD therapist can further assist you in determining the root of present problems and diagnosis. ***"Sexually off" means the family was off sexually. Some examples - -infidelity between parents -sexually shut down or sexually repressed parents -children exposed to or not protected from pornography -not protecting children from adult sexual concepts -exposure to sexual ideas too early -abusive attitudes about gender "only whores dress like that", "don't be like your father ..be a man" -overly sharing with children (poor boundaries) -too little or too much affection -parents who are shut down sexually (never re marry, never date post divorce) -inability to talk about sex in a healthy way (explaining/ helping with menstration/puberty) -overly religious (sex is bad). -too touchy or inappropriate comments "wow...your friends are really developing" I hope it is helpful and if you have any questions, feel free to ask. Patrick Teahan LICSW [email protected] www.patrickteahantherapy.com
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The 7 As of Healing Part 5 - Attachment
 
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Part 5 of my Seven A’s of Healing is all about attachment, and a brief look at very recent research that’s examined our connections to other people at a very young age. Depending on the study, the parent is separated from their young child (between ages 1-2) who’s left in a room alone for few minutes with toys and other distractions. During that time, scientists will observe how the child reacts to being alone, then how he/she responds when the parent returns. The research I’ve read about, along with the questionnaires that were used, have been very comprehensive and have yielded some very powerful results. How that “programming” shapes us early on is critical knowledge that manifests itself for the remainder of our lives. So, why is that important? A lot of disease stems from the exhaustion of our ability to cope with our programming and the challenges often produced in relationship to the self or others. Not so surprisingly, people have examined attachment issues for a very long time… all the way back into shamanism and the work of medicine men, healers, chiefs and leaders of all types. It's only been more recently that it's been put into a scientific framework. By using this scientific structure, however, we can see that these kinds of challenges have been with us for as long as we've been around and will become more obvious as we go forward. To learn more about this topic, read Paul's blog: http://www.paulcheksblog.com/ Visit Paul on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paulchekspage ATTENTION Viewers: Please be advised that this forum is not intended for personal therapy. Paul Chek does his best to share education and resources to help you live a healthier, more full life. If you have applied what he shares here, and are looking for more, here are some resources to check out: - "How To Eat, Move and Be Healthy!" - book - "The Last 4 Doctors You'll Ever Need - How To Get Healthy Now!" - multimedia ebook - "You Are What You Eat!" - audio/workbook program - "Healing Fungal and Parasite Infections - The Absolute Essentials" - DVD or online course - "The 1-2-3-4 For Overcoming Addiction, Obesity and Disease" - online program If you are looking for a skilled C.H.E.K Practitioner and or CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach for yourself or your loved one, please seek a qualified C.H.E.K Institute-Trained Professional in your area....there are over 10,000 world wide! http://www.chekconnect.com Visit http://www.chekinstitute.com and http://www.ppssuccess.com to learn more about Paul Chek's work, courses and programs. SUBSCRIBE: http://youtube.com/PaulChekLive Paul Chek is founder of the C.H.E.K Institute and creator of the PPS Success Mastery program. http://chekinstitute.com http://www.ppssuccess.com
Views: 2982 Paul Chek
9 Ways to Handle A Cold And Distant Spouse
 
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http://www.MarriageGuy.com -- 9 Ways to Handle Cold And Distant Spouse Do you have an emotionally distant spouse? Do they often “check out,” or refuse to talk about what’s bothering them? Do they get defensive or act coldly when you ask why the intimacy has left your marriage? Do you sometimes feel like you’re alone in your relationship? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions then you may be feeling like your spouse doesn’t care about you, or that they’re no longer happy in your marriage. In situations like this it’s easy to feel like your relationship is falling apart. But is this really the case, or does your spouse just need some time and space? My name is Brad Browning and today I’m going to share with you tips on what to do when your spouse acts coldly or distant towards you. As a relationship coach and marriage expert, I deal with these kinds of problems all the time. If you’re feeling at fault for your spouse’s behaviour, or you’re regretting some of your actions, don’t worry, you’re not alone and I can help you. So, without delay, here are ten things you can do when your spouse acts coldly or becomes distant. Number 1: Respect Your Spouse’s Differences When you and your partner first got together, you both had different ideas, stories, opinions and interests. However, it’s likely that over the years some of your differences and opinions changed to form common likes, dislikes, and outlooks. For example, maybe you both started liking the same foods or picked up the same hobbies. While some of your common interests may be permanent, it’s possibly that as time goes on, you and your spouse will form new opinions that will create new differences. Although we may sometimes forget, relationships require a profound respect for each other’s differences. It’s equally as important to note that having differences doesn’t mean that one person is right and the other wrong. If your spouse is acting distant, make an effort to respect their differences. Debating opinions will only push them further away, and you don’t want to make them feel attacked. Instead celebrate your differences and accept that their opinions are what makes your spouse who they are. After all, they do say that “opposites attract.” *** More from Brad Browning: *** Ex Factor Guide: http://www.exfactorguide.com Love Learnings: http://www.lovelearnings.com Google+: http://www.google.com/+BradBrowning Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbrowning Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/brad_browning Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/bradbrowning
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Do Psychologists Still Use Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
 
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You've probably seen the pyramidal diagram of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. It's straightforward enough but, it might be a bit too subjective to really measure human needs. Hosted by: Brit Garner ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: Kelly Landrum Jones, Sam Lutfi, Kevin Knupp, Nicholas Smith, Inerri, D.A. Noe, alexander wadsworth, سلطان الخليفي, Piya Shedden, KatieMarie Magnone, Scott Satovsky Jr, Bella Nash, Charles Southerland, Bader AlGhamdi, James Harshaw, Patrick Merrithew, Patrick D. Ashmore, Candy, Tim Curwick, charles george, Saul, Mark Terrio-Cameron, Viraansh Bhanushali, Kevin Bealer, Philippe von Bergen, Chris Peters, Justin Lentz ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow ---------- Sources: http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Maslow/motivation.htm http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/maslow.html http://journals.lww.com/psychosomaticmedicine/Abstract/1943/01000/Preface_to_Motivation_Theory.12.aspx http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0030507376900386 https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2011/08/maslow-20-a-new-and-improved-recipe-for-happiness/243486/#.TkvKIRv8USE.facebook http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/releases/psp-101-2-354.pdf http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0030507376900386 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042813013529 https://www.regent.edu/acad/global/publications/elj/vol5iss1/ELJ_Vol5No1_Caulton_pp2-8.pdf Image Sources: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Abraham_Maslow#/media/File:Maslow2.jpg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleanor_Roosevelt#/media/File:Eleanor_Roosevelt_portrait_1933.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Abraham_Lincoln_head_on_shoulders_photo_portrait.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Albert_Einstein_Head.jpg
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Depersonalization vs Derealization
 
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Have you ever felt detached from the world, or felt like you don't belong in your own body when you look down at your hands? The psychological disorder depersonalization and derealization is this phenomenon more intense and prolonged. Depersonalization is when you feel cut off from yourself, and derealization is when you feel cut off from the world. Both the causes and treatment methods for both depersonalization and derealization are similar. To get diagnosed for this disorder, common processes undertaken include getting a doctor's evaluation, questionnaire tests, and structured interviews. Many patients often undergo psychotherapy to get treated for depersonalization and derealization. Script: Catherine Huang Voice Over: Connie Pickett Animator: Chloe YouTube Manager: Wendy Hu References: Spiegel, D., Wilson, S., Wilson, J., & Wilson, L. (2018). Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder. Merck Manual. Retrieved July 10, 2018. Ways To Support Us: https://www.patreon.com/Psych2GoNow Buy from our shop here: https://www.introvertpalace.com/ Use the discount code: psych2go to get 10% off anything in the shop. Sign up with our sponsored link for affordable online counselling: http://betterhelp.com/Psych2Go http://betterhelp.com/Psych2Go Intro: Surey Camacho Project Manager: Wendy Hu Community Manager: Priscilla Cha, Nicole Pridemore Producer: Psych2Go Website: http://psych2go.net Twitter: http://twitter.com/psych2go Facebook: http://facebook.com/psych2go Tumblr: http://psych2go.me Patreon: http://patreon.com/psych2gonow Contact + [email protected]
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TOP 7 Interview Questions and Answers (PASS GUARANTEED!)
 
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Get FREE access to our Ultimate Online Interview Course » http://www.passmyinterview.com/ Get the TRANSCRIPTION for this VIDEO here: https://www.how2become.com/blog/7-top-interview-questions-and-answers/ INTERVIEW QUESTION 1. TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF? - Concentrate on telling them about your work-related skills as opposed to your home life. They are not interested in your home life. - Download a copy of the person specification for the job and focus on telling them how your skills and attributes match the document. - Use “power words” in your response, such as: motivated, enthusiastic, loyal, flexible, committed, honest, hard-working, adaptable etc. These will resonate positively with the interview panel. INTERVIEW QUESTION 2. WHY DO YOU WANT TO WORK HERE? - Tell them about the preparation work you have done in the build-up to the interview. - Focus on the person specification, the job description and information you have gleaned from the company’s website and also the literature you have studied during your research. INTERVIEW QUESTION 3. WHAT ARE YOUR STRENGTHS? - Again, focus on the person specification for the role you are applying for. - Say something different that makes you stand out from the other job applicants. Give an example of why you are better than the other applicants and try to make yourself RELATABLE and REAL! INTERVIEW QUESTION 4. WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN 5 YEARS' TIME? - Don’t tell them you plan to have moved on from their company, either internally or externally. - Loyalty is very important to the vast majority of employers. Remember, they have to spend time, money and resources training you up in the role, so they will want to see a return on their investment. - Don’t tell them you want to be sitting where they are! INTERVIEW QUESTION 5. WHAT ARE YOUR WEAKNESSES? - Anyone who tells the interview panel they have no weaknesses is telling porkies! We all have weaknesses. - Don’t give a weakness that is one of the key requirements of the role. For example, if punctuality and good timekeeping are important, don’t tell the panel you struggle getting out of bed in the morning! QUESTION 6. WHAT MAKES A GOOD TEAM MEMBER? - List the qualities I am going to give you in the sample answer that follows. - Back up your answer with a specific example of when YOU have worked well as part of a team using the STAR technique. INTERVIEW QUESTION 7. WHEN HAVE YOU WORKED UNDER PRESSURE? - Try to give an example of when you have carried out a difficult/pressurised task under strict time constraints. - Give a specific example and don’t forget to use the STAR technique in your response. https://www.how2become.com/
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Beard Butter or Beard Balm
 
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Links: Beard Care Kit: https://goo.gl/zJY1ja MY Growth Vitamins: https://goo.gl/SgAKUu Wooden Beard Pick https://goo.gl/a6Pwvv Wooden Beard Comb https://goo.gl/oqNfwq Beard Questionnaire: https://goo.gl/yueYXd Hair Questionnaire: https://goo.gl/FZ1j5z Hair and Beard Questions Text 424-272-1580 Email [email protected] B With The Beard share personal growth and beard growth tips. Leading the way in Black Men's Personal Grooming & Beard Care. We offer in our community the best beard care products that are specifically tailored to fit our needs. SOCIAL MEDIA Add Me on Snapchat! https://goo.gl/nxRV9f Instagram: https://goo.gl/0NokFN Facebook: https://goo.gl/eLVSGb #BlackMensBeard #BeardBalm #BeardButter
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GRIT: Character Traits that Matter for School, Work and Life
 
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Join us at https://www.patreon.com/sprouts and listen to http://www.econtalk.org/archives/2016/07/angela_duckwort.html for a deeper insight into the concept. Sources: http://www.webcitation.org/62C0yfhcJ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2658056 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3367285 http://psyserv06.psy.sbg.ac.at:5916/fetch/PDF/10978569.pdf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_marshmallow_experiment Script: Grit is a combination of character traits, such as self-control, passion and perseverance. Many modern psychologists, educators and parents now believe it's more important for success in life than good grades at school or an outstanding intelligence. At a Stanford experiment in the late 1960s psychologist Walter Mischel put kids in front of one tasty marshmallow. The 4 year old children were then promised another one if they had enough willpower not eat the one in front of them. Then they were left alone for 15 minutes. Some kids hid below the table. Those who were able to delay their gratification, got a second treat and many years later became more accomplished adults. They were more healthy, had higher test scores at school and were socially more competent. Professor Mischel and the marshmallow test became famous. Angela Duckwort, a popular psychologists, later invented the so-called Grit-Scale, a questionnaire to predict success. One question: Do I finish what I began? She then interviewed gifted business woman, accomplished scientists and other successful people. She found out that self-control, passion, and perseverance were better indicators for success than a high IQ score or fine genes. Let's examine the reasons behind this. Passion leads us to pursue careers that we love. Once we love something, we work hard to succeed and as a result can reach excellence Self-control allows us to wait even if something looks very attractive. This is important because one day, a better option might present itself. And perseverance means we keep fighting despite obstacles. It’s essential to complete projects that then grow our self-confidence through social recognition. The most gifted minds can't even start, if they lack passion and inspiration. One way to develop grit is to realize that we can eliminate our weaknesses with practice. We can learn a new thing by practicing long enough to see actual progress. But we can also study the lives of our role models. Then we understand that football stars train every day and receive constant feedback from professional coaches to develop specific skills. Once we internalize that we can improve our skills, we might realize that we can also practice willpower. For example, to change to a vegetarian diet is hard. But if you start small and try to cut out beef every Sunday, you might soon realize that you can also skip chicken during the week. And when that happens, you experience that you can grow will-power like any other muscle in your body. Then anything is possible, even to become a vegetarian When we experience that our brain is like any other muscle that grows with training, then willpower and self-control are just a matter of practice. And once we practice something long enough, it can become a habit or even our passion. Some 2,000 years ago Aristotle supposedly wrote: "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit." Maybe he was right. What do you think about Grit?
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Introduction to unique and powerful features of schema therapy 5.m2ts
 
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A brief overview of unique aspects of schema therapy that make it exceptionally effective in the treatment of long standing emotional difficulties that have their origin in childhood and adolescence.
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3 Basic Anger Styles | Anger Management
 
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Want to get a grip on your Anger? Check out these resources: Beyond Anger: How to Free Yourself from the Grip of Anger: http://amzn.to/1VFo0CA The Anger Workbook: http://amzn.to/1FXmxpi Anger Management For Dummies: http://amzn.to/1VFokRC The Cow in the Parking Lot: A Zen Approach to Overcoming Anger: http://amzn.to/1QZTMcb Anger Management for Everyone: Seven Proven Ways to Control Anger: http://amzn.to/1Om49ro Watch more Anger Management videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/516008-3-Basic-Anger-Styles-Anger-Management There are a number of different anger theorists who have talked about different kinds of anger styles, but the one I'll mention breaks anger styles into three forms of expression. There's anger out. Anger out typically looks like the kinds of behaviors we see with someone that we consider to have a temper. They become very angry, and then they're gonna be doing things like yelling, they may be using profanity, they may smash cellphones or pound their fist on the desk or something along those lines, destroy property. A single anger out episode, in fact, can even cause a heart attack. That anger expression style does have some risks. It also has personal consequences. As you can imagine if this is your employer or employee, this is gonna cause problems in the workplace. Likewise an anger in style where the person is more typically experiencing high levels of anger, but they're not expressing them outwardly. So this person, it may not be clear to those around them that they are actually very, very angry, but they're having an internal experience, usually of high levels of rumination, is what I see in my practice, where they're stewing about it and they're not engaging or doing an active problem solving. That too has physical implications and is correlated with things like gastrointestinal problems. There's even some evidence that it might be linked to some forms of cancer. Finally anger control is the expression style in my practice is what we're trying to teach clients. That's where we're really looking to have them do a few different things. One they're gonna begin to change their thinking about things both how they're perceiving situations in the first place, what they're attributing the cause to, and then thinking about the practical implications and consequences of their actions. By doing so, they're hopefully gonna bring down the level of anger int eh first place. They'll also use relaxation to bring down the level of anger, and then they're gonna actively engage in problem solving and assertively communicate what's going on for them. They might share their feelings. They might share what they proposed could make the situation better. That's really the kind of expression style we're looking for when we're dealing with anger management.
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Survey: Parent/Child Relationships
 
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KidsHealth and TIME For Kids surveyed 8,300 kids and 900 parents about their relationship. This video shows some of the survey results.
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Dr. Helen Fisher on How Brain Chemistry Determines Personality and Politics
 
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Biological Anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher talks neurochemistry, political attitudes, and the libertarian brain. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/reasontv Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reason.Magazine/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/reason Subscribe to our podcast at iTunes: https://goo.gl/az3a7a Reason is the planet's leading source of news, politics, and culture from a libertarian perspective. Go to reason.com for a point of view you won't get from legacy media and old left-right opinion magazines. ---------------- If libertarians are bold, impulsive, quick witted, adventurous, analytical, and willing to ignore social norms, is that because we have especially active dopamine and testosterone systems in our brains? That's the hypothesis of the biological anthropologist Helen Fisher, who has developed a pioneering framework for classifying human temperaments. She categorizes her subjects by having them take a personality test that's used by online dating sites Match.com and Chemistry.com to better link potential mates. To date, her questionnaire has been taken by more than 14 million people in 30 countries. Barack Obama, according to Fisher, is high in dopamine, accounting for his optimism, and also in estrogen, which explains the Oval Office rug covered in inspirational quotes. Mitt Romney is in some ways the opposite of a libertarian, high on the serotonin scale, which accounts for his respect for authority, rigidity, and loyalty. Fisher is a senior fellow at the Kinsey Institute and she's the author of six books, most recently Anatomy of Love: A Natural History of Mating, Marriage and Why We Stray. She spoke at the Reason Foundation's annual donor weekend in West Palm Beach, Florida. Edited by Ian Keyser. Intro by Todd Krainin. Cameras by Meredith Bragg and Jim Epstein. "Sphunx" by Sk'p is licensed under CC BY NC ND 3.0
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WHAT ARE ANXIETY DISORDERS? - Mental health psychology about stress, fear & treatment by Kati Morton
 
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Order my book today! ARE U OK? http://geni.us/sva4iUY Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illnesses, affecting 19 million children and adults in the U.S., reports the Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA). ADAA also reports that the ailment consumes almost a third of the total $148 billion total mental health bill for the nation. That's not surprising, given people with anxiety disorder are three to five times more likely to go to the doctor, and six times more likely than non-sufferers to be hospitalized for psychiatric ailments. Although anxiety disorder describes a group of illnesses such as generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and phobias, there are some symptoms that characterize the illness as a whole. According to the American Psychiatric Association, when people suffering from anxiety disorders talk about their condition, they often include these descriptions: Unrealistic or excessive worry Exaggerated startled reactions Sleep disturbances Jitteriness Fatigue Dry mouth Lump in throat Trembling Sweating Racing or pounding heart In the workplace, these symptoms could translate into difficulty working with colleagues and clients, trouble concentrating, preoccupation over the fear instead of focusing on work, and turning down assignments because of fear of failure, flying, going in to the elevator, or public speaking. For people who think they might have anxiety disorder, Jeffrey P. Kahn, MD, a clinical psychiatrist and author of Mental Health and Productivity in the Workplace, recommends the following first steps of action: Talk about the problem with someone you feel comfortable with. Also ask that person what he or she notices about you. Take a break from your worry by playing sports, listening to music, praying, or meditating. Join a self-help group. If talking about the problem or relaxation techniques don't work, seek professional consultation. Anxiety disorder is an umbrella term that covers several different forms of a type of common psychiatric disorder characterized by excessive rumination, worrying, uneasiness, apprehension and fear about future uncertainties either based on real or imagined events, which may affect both physical and psychological health. There are numerous psychiatric and medical syndromes which may mimic the symptoms of an anxiety disorder such as hyperthyroidism which may be misdiagnosed as generalized anxiety disorder. Individuals diagnosed with an anxiety disorder may be classified in one of two categories; based on whether they experience continuous or episodic symptoms. Current psychiatric diagnostic criteria recognize a wide variety of anxiety disorders. Recent surveys have found that as many as 18% of Americans and 14% of Europeans may be affected by one or more of them. The term anxiety covers four aspects of experiences an individual may have: mental apprehension, physical tension, physical symptoms and dissociative anxiety.Anxiety disorder is divided into generalized anxiety disorder, phobic disorder, and panic disorder; each has its own characteristics and symptoms and they require different treatment (Gelder et al. 2005). The emotions present in anxiety disorders range from simple nervousness to bouts of terror (Barker 2003). Standardized screening clinical questionnaires such as the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale or the Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale can be used to detect anxiety symptoms, and suggest the need for a formal diagnostic assessment of anxiety disorder. Anxiety is the Greatest! (jk it can go jump off a microwave) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbtQp7C1MDs ****PLEASE READ**** If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call a local emergency telephone number or go immediately to the nearest emergency room.
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How to heal trauma from childhood to heal your energy with Niki Gratrix and Ari Whitten
 
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For Full transcript, go here: https://www.theenergyblueprint.com/heal-trauma/ Sign up for our FREE Double Your Energy Masterclass https://www.theenergyblueprint.com/masterclass/ Going through life we all experience trauma which ultimately can lead to fatigue. In this weeks, podcast, I am talking with Niki Gratrix about the link between emotional trauma and fatigue, and how to heal trauma. A bit about Niki. Niki is an expert on nutrition. She extremely knowledgeable on a lot of things related to health, but really your expertise is around energy and fatigue and specifically the link with emotions and psychology and trauma in particular. Niki is an award-winning nutritional therapist, bioenergetic practitioner, and mind-body expert, helping people to optimize energy. In 2005 she cp/o-founded one of the largest mind-body clinics in integrative medicine in the UK with patients in 35 countries where she worked as Director of Nutrition until 2010. The clinic specialized in treating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME. The results with patients at the clinic on the nutrition protocol she designed were later published as a preliminary study in 2012 in the British Medical Journal Open. In August 2015 she hosted the largest ever free online health summit on overcoming fatigue interviewing 29 world leading experts on optimizing energy with over 30000 attendees. * In this podcast, you will learn about ACEs, what they are and how they are created How limbic kindling is affected by emotional trauma How trauma is created What attachment trauma can do to your health The three ways childhood trauma becomes adult biology How daily reset rituals can help healing trauma Heal Trauma to Heal Fatigue Show Notes The link between emotional trauma and fatigue (3:47) How ACEs can increase the risk of early death (4:57) What some causes of ACEs are (7:21) How trauma is inherited through generations (7:48) What silent ACEs are (8:27) What attachment trauma can do to your health (8:54) When attachment trauma occurs (9:46) How the mother's emotional state during pregnancy impacts the child (11:07) How your interaction with others develop your brain (11:55) How parenting advice is different and very contradictory (13:10) How your parenting style is shaped by the way you were parented (14:07) How the connection with mom in childhood influences the development of narcissism (14:45) How narcissists that come from attachment trauma don't identify as narcissists (15:34) How childhood biography can become adult biology (16:39) How trauma can be hidden in your body (18:31) The three ways childhood trauma becomes adult biology (20:11) The risky type (20:17) The giver type (22:05) The unhealthy beliefs type (24:00) How limbic kindling is affected by emotional trauma (24:58) How limbic kindling can change your body (27:32) The first steps to heal trauma (31:58) Take and ACE questionnaire (33:22) Heal trauma by finding out what personality type you are (34:32) Heal trauma by identifying your self-love deficit (36:19) Heal trauma by identifying how many ACEs you have (36:42) The Dodo Bird Effect, and how you can use it to heal trauma (37:52) How to heal trauma by doing reset rituals (42:30) How long it can take to heal trauma (45:00) How relational trauma can influence future relationships (45:55) How you can heal trauma by surrounding yourself with the right people (46:14) How to get rid of energy vampires (49:11) How to heal trauma by getting professional help (51:19) How to identify the best therapy to heal your trauma (55:00) Why the integral approach is great to heal trauma (58:28) How to heal trauma by addressing your biochemical issues (1:00:05) How addressing biochemical factors can resolve your emotional state (1:01:45) What Niki does to help her clients heal trauma (1:03:23) AriWhittenEnergyBlueprint
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How to Write an Appendix
 
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Watch more How to Write a Book videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/383550-How-to-Write-an-Appendix An appendix can be added at the end of an essay to present supplemental information that will aid the reader in understanding the material presented. Step 1: Organize supplementary information Organize supplementary information for your essay, like detailed mathematical proofs, raw data, formulas, questionnaires used in research, diagrams, maps, pictures, and detailed descriptions of apparatuses used. Step 2: Give it a title Title the appendix. If there is only one appendix, simply title it Appendix. For multiple appendices, title them as Appendix A, B, C, and so on. Tip Organize different types of information into separate appendices. Step 3: Separate them Place each appendix on its own page. Step 4: Insert the appendix Insert the appendices after the references page of the essay. Step 5: Format Format the appendices in APA style: typed, double spaced, and in 12 point font. Set the margins to 1 inch. Include the page numbers on the right and title of the essay on the left. Now your essay is ready to impress your audience with your original research! Did You Know? The Warren Commission Report on the assassination of President Kennedy has 18 appendices.
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The #1 Beard MISTAKE When You Want It Sharp | Barbers and Beards Episode #3
 
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B With The Beard share personal growth and beard growth tips. Leading the way in Black Men's Personal Grooming & Beard Care. We offer in our community the best beard care products that are specifically tailored to fit our needs. Links: Beard Care Kit: https://goo.gl/zJY1ja MY Growth Vitamins: https://goo.gl/SgAKUu Wooden Beard Pick https://goo.gl/a6Pwvv Wooden Beard Comb https://goo.gl/oqNfwq Beard Questionnaire: https://goo.gl/yueYXd Hair Questionnaire: https://goo.gl/FZ1j5z Hair and Beard Questions Text 424-272-1580 Email [email protected] SOCIAL MEDIA Add Me on Snapchat! https://goo.gl/nxRV9f Instagram: https://goo.gl/0NokFN Facebook: https://goo.gl/eLVSGb #blackmensbeard
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Helen Fisher: "Why Him? Why Her?" | Talks at Google
 
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Helen Fisher visits Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters to discuss her book "Why Him? Why Her?: Finding Real Love by Understanding Your Personality Type." This event took place on February 20, 2009, as part of the [email protected] series. In Why Him? Why Her?, Fisher unlocks the hidden code of desire and attachment. Each of us, it turns out, primarily express one of four broad personality types—Explorer, Builder, Director, or Negotiator—and each of these types is governed by different chemical systems in the brain. Driven by this biology, we are attracted to partners who both mirror and complement our own personality type. Based on entirely new research—including a detailed questionnaire completed by five million people in thirty-five countries—Why Him? Why Her? will change your understanding of why you love him or her and help you use nature's chemistry to find and keep your life partner. Fisher is one of the world's leading experts on the nature of romantic love and attachment. She is the chief scientific adviser to Chemistry.com, a division of Match.com. She is the author of four previous books, two of which—The First Sex and Anatomy of Love—were New York Times Notable Books. Fisher is a research professor of anthropology at Rutgers University. She lives in New York City.
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Social-emotional development: Screening with ASQ:SE-2
 
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Social-emotional development is important for young children because it's a key to success in school, in social environments, and in environments both at home and away from home. It's also really the best predictor we have of academic success. If we want children to develop at their utmost capacity, we need to find problems early and begin to give them the support they need. ASQ:SE-2 gives us the information we need to get started! To learn more, go to http://agesandstages.com/products-services/asqse-2/ .
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