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Saturday, December 20, 2014

History of the Night Eating Syndrome. Part 2

Posted by William on April 6, 2012

At the time the first paper on the night eating syndrome was published, in 1955, there was no concept of eating disorders and such a concept did not arise for more than 25 years. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »

History of the Night Eating Syndrome. Part 1

Posted by William on

I would like to begin a history of the night eating syndrome with the dramatic event that brought it to my attention. The year was 1950, and the occasion was an informal meeting of psychiatric residents. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »

Emotions And Behaviors Associated With Grief

Posted by William on November 21, 2011

Even in its healthiest manifestations, grief is complex in nature. It often includes a variety of emotions, which may overlap at times, occur in sequence, cycles or waves. Here are some of the emotions and behaviors that are typically associated with grief:

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The ‘Dominos’ of Depression

Posted by William on September 22, 2011

Do you know what it feels like to be depressed? Do you often meet people with the definitive symptoms of depression? If you are not depressed, you must have developed a sharp sense of that unappealing feeling, produced by a victim of depression.

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