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More from Talking Mental Health
Memory editing for mental health
Even with millions of years of evolution on its side, the human brain can still be duped from time to time. One area that can be particularly affected is in the creation and management of memories which is central to many cases of mental health issues, from post-traumatic stress disorder to substance abuse.
Across a series of three articles, find out how the process of memory reconsolidation could hold the key to treating and preventing mental illness.
Narcissism and codependency
Even though 'narcissism' and 'codependency' are now commonly-used terms whose respective definitions have become diluted, the yin-yang relationship between these two character traits is anything but.
Delve into a two-part series that analyses the complex interconnections between narcissists and codependents, from why they these relationships form in the first place, to why they continue despite inevitably turning sour.
Solving a problem like catcalling
Despite decades of progress pushing for parity between women's and men's rights, catcalling remains an unwelcome – and all too common –occurrence for women.
Explore a 3-part series of articles on the problem of catcalling, from the underlying issues that cause it to happen, to the ways in which you can put an end to it for good.
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