By Jenny Gould, Jan 3 2016 6:45PM
Read my latest article, "Learn to Assert Yourself" in this month's Top Sante magazine.
By Jenny Gould, Jan 3 2016 6:33PM
"Like feathers (in your pillow) spread by the wind, every word you utter goes out into the world, never to be returned. If you speak words of anger, despair, envy, and desolation, they will cut through others like the sharpest knife and you may never be able to fully undo their effect. If you speak words of love, kindness, appreciation, and hope, you will never need to try. Your words will carry throughout the world like feathers in the wind, bringing rest to the weary, comfort to the sick, and hope to the downtrodden. When you truly recognize that each word you speak has the power to cut like a knife or comfort like a pillow, your word will be your wand and whatever you've been seeking will be yours".
From a story by Supercoach, Michael Neill
By Jenny Gould, Jul 18 2015 2:32PM
Scientists reveal the mechanism by which the brain creates long-lasting memories of painful or scary events http://www.livescience.com/49071-why-painful-memories-linger.html?cmpid=514628_20150711_48706586&adbid=1023425861009490&adbpl=fb&adbpr=142927812392637
By Jenny Gould, Jul 12 2015 4:22PM
Want to transform negative beliefs? Check out my new Therapist's Toolbox series in Top Sante Magazine, @topsanteuk, starting with CBT. Series is for a year.
By Jenny Gould, Jun 13 2015 4:19PM
A study in the Daily Mail has found half of married Brits admit they have secretly checked their partner's Facebook account and one in five went on to row about what they discovered: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3060821/Will-Facebook-habits-lead-divorce-Nearly-half-married-Brits-confess-secretly-checking-partners-accounts.html
By Jenny Gould, Mar 19 2015 11:48AM
A new study illustrates the link between reduced working memory capacity and dysphoria, a significant and prolonged depressed mood related to clinical depression. Building on the knowledge that dysphoric individuals (DIs) and clinically depressed people maintain their attention on 'mood-congruent' information longer than people without depressed mood, researchers carried out three studies to test both working memory and processing speed.
By Jenny Gould, Mar 16 2015 4:29PM
New findings on Borderline Personality Disorder "Kings and Queens of Chaos" https://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/201308/kings-and-queens-chaos
The condition is now believed to be 55 percent heritable." Increasingly, the origins of the condition are seen as a classic interplay of nature and nurture.The hostile, conflicted relationships that evolve are not, as traditionally thought, a result of poor parents, but of parents whose parenting is shaped by a difficult child. It might take an extraordinarily calm parent to keep a genetically loaded infant from developing the disorder."
There's a very good book on the subject by psychiatrist Jerold Kreisman "I Hate You—Don't Leave Me: Understanding the Borderline Personality"
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