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Oops, I Did It Again

By Dr. Paula Bloom Just when I thought I had this problem licked it rears it’s ugly head again.  I’ve become complacent in the knowledge that dealing with this issue was in my past. The holidays seem to have triggered a relapse. The first step in recovery is admitting you have a probl
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Gratitude, Black Friday and Crosby, Stills and Nash

By Dr. Paula Bloom Thanksgiving is a day of gratitude.  Families and friends gather around, eat a feast and name those things they are each grateful for.  Most often (except for maybe the kids), the gratitude list is filled with non-material things. “I’m grateful for my health”;  “I’m
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A Glimpse Into the CNN Makeup Room

By Dr. Paula Bloom I’ve been doing TV appearances for the past few years. I really enjoy the challenge of being quick on my feet and having the opportunity to educate the public about a wide range of issues.  Knowing that I can use my expertise to help others understand why people mig
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Worst Case Scenario Thinking

By Dr. Paula Bloom While running during my workout, I felt something start burning on the inside of my foot. As the workout progressed, it started hurting more and more. When I got back home, the side of my foot was red and swollen, so instead of just googling every possible foot cond
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In Honor of Hilda

By Dr. Paula Bloom My husband’s 97-year-old grandmother passed away last week. We flew up to the funeral for the day. I’m so glad we decided to bring our kids. Funerals are difficult and sad but, honestly, what better first funeral for a 7- and 9-year-old to attend? Their great-grandm
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