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My Daughter Is Very Explosive, Angry with Us & Other Family Over Mistakes of Others That Are Innocent

My daughter has been in a volatile marriage for about 10 years. there is verbal and emotional abuse from each of them (husband and wife) and little we can do to intervene. she is extremely volatile and angry over her life and lashing out at anyone who offends her including me and other family members. we have always been very close as a family so this kind of behavior is not the norm. we have had issues in the past, but this is intensified as I believe she is reflecting on her life–I believe she is reviewing and trying to figure out how she ended up in the situation she is in and she wants to blame everyone else. I am very worried for her because her anger and attacking of us and others is escalating to the point that she is unreasonable and cannot be reached and is shutting all of us out. things are so blown out of proportion and she is completely unreasonable and so angry that she is saying hateful and horrible things mostly through texts saying she is done with all of us.. she goes…

How Do I Help My Distressed Adult Daughter?

From Australia: My daughter is in her early 30s. She is married and lives overseas.We were a family of three children and two parents until when she was 9 years old. She is the middle child. Owing to domestic violence I had to take the children and move out and begin life anew. The four of us had a very challenging family life post separation, cos of deep seated attachment issues of my youngest son who was adopted. When he turned 16 he moved into a half way home. He is 25 and settled now, but refuses to acknowledge me.I remarried. My daughter moved overseas prior to me to take up a job.  My husband’s children didn’t accept me. My husband refused my daughter’s request to walk her down the aisle. No reason was given. My daughter resettled in another country. She and her husband then invited us for a fully-funded holiday by her husband and her.My daughter’s mother-in-law made my husband feel welcome, but would speak ill of him to my daughter and keep her anger unto him burning. She would…

Boosting Screening for Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders

Medical policymakers are increasingly urging aggressive screening and integrated care to help women with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs), including postpartum depression.According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, PMADs are the most common complication of childbirth in the U.S., affecting about 14 percent of women in their lifetimes and up to 50 percent in some specific populations.PMADs can lead to a variety of adverse outcomes for both mothers and their babies, researchers say. These include less breastfeeding, poor maternal-infant bonding, less infant immunization and maternal suicides that account for up to 20 percent of postpartum deaths.Although experts acknowledge that PMADs are a significant problem, finding a way to solve this issue is far from clear.In a policy statement published December 2018 in the journal Pediatrics, the AAP recommended screening at well-child checkups throughout the first several weeks and months of infancy. The academy also recommende…

Food Insecurity Linked to Poor Psychological Well-Being

A new study finds that people who experience food insecurity have a lower quality of life and less psychological well-being.Researchers at the University of Copenhagen say this is the first study on food insecurity in Denmark. Using measurement methods used in the United States, where authorities regularly monitor the prevalence of food insecurity, the new study found that an estimated 8 percent of Danish households cannot afford enough food.That’s the equivalent of more than 200,000 households, the researchers noted.Researchers said the exact extent of food insecurity in Denmark is uncertain. This is because the study — which included 1,877 people — is based on a combination of Internet responses and telephone interviews, where each survey method yielded different results. While the incidence of food insecurity was 4 percent among telephone respondents, the figure was 10 percent among online respondents.“We believe that the explanation for the differences is that people are more like…

New video by FDMX Fitness on YouTube

TRX and Resistance Band Upper Body Exercises
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Insomnia breakthrough: Scientists identify 5 types

Netherlands study identifies five insomnia subtypes that differ by personality traits, risk for depression, brain activity, and response to treatment.

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Daily Meditation Friday, January 18, 2019

Those who know others are intelligent; those who know themselves are truly wise . Those who master others are strong; those who master themselves have true power. -Lao-Tzu

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