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When Parenting Sucks: The 12 Worst Parts of the Best Job

by Danielle Simone Brand | June 25, 2019 Though power struggles can rear their ugly heads at literally any point, the two most common times that parents bring up are toddler and teen years. Dr. [...]

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7 Things Relationship Experts Want You To Know If You’ve Cheated On A Partner

by Jordan Bissell | 6/25/19 If you’ve cheated on your partner, you might think that the relationship is over. But this isn’t necessarily the case. “While an affair may be a deal [...]

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Why Do We Love True Crime As Entertainment? This is interesting.

by Brittany Anas | June 22, 2019 “It is normal, healthy, and often adaptive to be curious and interested in true crime,” Dr. Dana Dorfman, Ph.D., psychotherapist and co-host of the podcast 2 Moms [...]

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Medicaid Expansion Tied to Lower Rates of Child Neglect, but Not Abuse

by George W. Citroner  | June 19, 2019 Commenting on the findings for Medscape Medical News, Dana Dorfman, PhD, a New York City-based child, adolescent and adult psychotherapist who was not [...]

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When Toddlers Can Remember Life Before Their Sibling Was Born, According to Experts

by Cat Bowen | June 12, 2019 Dr. Dorfman says that “Memory researchers report that small children can retain memories from around 20 months, though they typically fade between the ages of 4 [...]

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What to Do When Your Spouse Is Fighting With Family

by Lizzy Francis | Jun 06 2019 So, you’re out to dinner with the in-laws, presiding over your chicken piccata in relative peace when, because of an ill-said phrase, comment, or opinion, a fight [...]