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Putting Feelings Into Words

Some people have a difficult time putting feelings into words. This can be hard on a relationship — just imagine one partner tongue-tied over his emotions. Getting help is also torture for these individuals. People who are unable to talk come into therapy confused about how they feel. Read about how one might gain healthier self-awareness of their emotional state.
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What Is Alexithymia?

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.

There’s a good reason for the latest revival of this classic personality trait.
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Putting Words to Feelings

By Paul C Holinger M.D.

Verbalization of affects has a major effect on development.
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Feeling Vulnerable? Get Angry

By Leon F Seltzer Ph.D.

Anger is awesome in restoring a sense of power and control—but at great cost.
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Seeing Your Own Reflection

By Tara Well Ph.D.

Four research findings from neuroscience that you need to know.