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Your Diet Failed Again. San Diego Dr. Candice Seti, Psy.D. Has The Key To Never Dieting Again
"Dr. Candice Seti, Psy.D. is a San Diego specialist in helping patients succeed in implementing sustainable weight loss programs.  Dr. Seti disagrees with the common belief that restrictive diets, pills, counting calories, or a combination of these is the only way to lose weight and keep it off.  Dr. Seti says "That type of program will not insure long-term results. People need to make attainable and sustainable lifestyle changes for success.....  READ ON

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"Dr. Candice Seti, Psy.D. is a San Diego based California-licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Personal Trainer. She is widely recognized for her expertise in applying cognitive therapy to weight loss and weight management and for her extensive knowledge of nutrition and exercise applications to a weight management program....READ ON

5 Tips for Surviving His Family

"In the beginning of a relationship, most women look forward to the day their boyfriend pops the question that takes things to a whole new level. No, we're not talking about that question but rather, "Will you come home with me?"  Being invited to meet his parents is a big step that most...READ ON

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Causes and Treatment of Burnout in Residential Child Care Workers: A Review of the Research
"Burnout is a syndrome composed of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization of clients, and loss of feelings of personal accomplishment. It is widely believed that the burnout syndrome is most applicable to human service workers due to the emotional demands of their work. Residential child care workers are uniquely prone to burnout, because they endure all the same stressors as other members of the human service field, yet they often do not receive the same level of respect or appreciation...READ ON

"You probably hear the term self-esteem used on a regularly basis, but it is important to identify what we are really talking about when we used this phrase. According the National Association for Self-Esteem (NASE), self-esteem is "the experience of being capable of meeting life's challenges and being worthy of happiness." If that's the definition, then where does this experience develop and what can we do to enhance it?... READ ON

"Soldiers' homecomings usually conjure up romantic images of warm embraces with their spouses and children. But often, the reunions don't live up to expectations. Combat and viewing first-hand death and the horrific injuries that come with war can scar soldiers. Meanwhile, their spouses are left at home having to earn a living, raise children and live with the fear of possible widowhood. So it's little surprise that when couples reunite, the adjustment is tough... READ ON


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