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The Papaya Podcast; Episode 5- The one Where we get Free Advice with Mind Online...

In this episode of the Papaya Podcast, Sarah Nicole sits down with Ashley from Mind Online Therapy. They talk about Postpartum Mental Health, Sexuality, and Relationships (Dating & Marriage and

Ways to Improve Communication with Your Spouse

Effective communication is the key to success in any marriage. When it is done poorly, it can be destructive and ruin a relationship. Partners need to be able to share

Beyond the Hormones: Lisa Damour on what is going on in a teenage girl’s mind...

Looking for the productive possibilities in outbursts Lisa Damour is a psychotherapist whose book Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions Into Adulthood deals with the complexities of behaviour

What Polyamorous People Are Tired of Hearing

Frustrating misconceptions A polyamorous person prefers to date and has multiple partners at the same time. The important thing to bear in mind that everyone involved in these relationships is

Phone Anxiety: You Are Not Alone

If you find yourself becoming anxious at the thought of making a phone call, whether it be to the doctor, the dentist, your friend or your family, you can safely

Learning to talk to your kids about internet safety

The internet is a powerful tool for both communication and education for both adults and children. However, because of the vastness of the internet, it is important for parents to

How to prepare family members for visits with senior relatives

For families who are only able to get together a couple times a year, the holidays can be a time of surprise at the current health condition of the senior

Autism Spectrum Disorder Symptoms and Quiz

“Individuals with autism spectrum disorder display (A) restricted or repetitive-type behaviors and (B) impairments in social communication that arise during the early developmental period. Manifestations of the disorder vary by

How to adapt holiday activities for people with Alzheimer’s

Having a family member with Alzheimer’s disease might mean that you and your family need to adjust your plans for the holidays in order to make sure that they are

Ways to help seniors with Alzheimer’s during the holidays

The holiday season is a time to celebrate with friends and family, but for people living with Alzheimer’s, it can be a stressful and confusing time. From changes in their

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