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Sam the Sleepy Sheep: The best way to get children to go to sleep

A great new way to get children to go to sleep! Join Sam the Sleepy Sheep and friends in this charming, magical bedtime story, which is also a completely natural, safe and fun way to get children to go to … Continue reading

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The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep: Psychologist develops bedtime book to send children to sleep in minutes

“The tale gives suggestions to the child’s unconscious mind to sleep.” Read the article below to find out how this children’s book incorporates hypnotic techniques through a process of suggestions: Every parent of a young child will be familiar with … Continue reading

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Do you suffer from severe anxiety?

Published on February 18, 2014 by Elizabeth Wagele in The Career Within You “Scott Stossel, author of My Age of Anxiety, has a severe case of anxiety. His phobias include fear of flying, fainting, heights, closed spaces, germs, vomiting, and cheese. “Faced with the prospect of … Continue reading

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Down the wrong path : Book details psychiatry’s lack of objective science

In “Mad Science: Psychiatric Coercion, Diagnosis and Drugs” (2013, Transaction Publishers), Gomory and co-authors Stuart A. Kirk of the University of California-Los Angeles and David Cohen of Florida International University discuss several key points that the international psychiatric community is beginning … Continue reading

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Marvelled by Memory

“… All our memories are intertwined in a web of associations. This is not a simple metaphor, but a reflection of the physical structure of the brain. The mass of 1,300 grams that crowns our spine is made up of … Continue reading

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