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Russian-born artist and WWII survivor Tamara Bekier makes meanings from challenging traumatic life experiences - By ABC Arts

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https://www.facebook.com/watch?v=825708375163339  

How Setting Goals Can Help and Hurt Your Mental Health : By Debbie Hampton

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https://thebestbrainpossible.com/goals-mental-health-brain-habits/?fbclid=IwAR2faCFI4n3cPJetc3NVK-ZJblX8qXVNO75KD1s9iT-lHyCulkeYopjgKwE  

Good and bad memories are stored in different neurons, study finds. - This opens the door to manipulating networks of specific neurons: By Peter Rogers

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https://www.freethink.com/health/good-and-bad-memories-different-neurons?fbclid=IwAR1FWFc-liA0tG9Kql1YAMEo0_PhbnuLUhkAEMNTidrS25xLoT_UgIuvZO4  

11 Warning Signs You’re Practicing Spiritual Materialism: By Aletheia

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https://lonerwolf.com/spiritual-materialism/?utm_source=LonerWolf&utm_campaign=f68cd869ad-reweekly_011222_spiritual_materialism&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_4b168bb5ac-f68cd869ad-95816777&goal=0_4b168bb5ac-f68cd869ad-95816777&mc_cid=f68cd869ad&mc_eid=58a5d4934c  

Erikson's Stages of Psychological Development : By Brianne Thompson

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Music: In Between: Sound Ceremony by The Medicine Of Sound

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Invisible Bruises 10 Frustrating Things People Say to Childfree Adults : By Kaytee Gillis

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https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/invisible-bruises/202206/10-frustrating-things-people-say-childfree-adults?utm_source=FacebookPost&utm_medium=FBPost&utm_campaign=FBPost&fbclid=IwAR3X3-7MFHd6fu2wrufmi0CWmSC-dn5w2Ma6bgHttmrbDmGIKVWb29s6T7I  

Partially Compensated - As story about dyslexia - Violet learns to embrace her talents and work at her own pace. In so doing, she discovers there are advantages to thinking differently. : By writer illustrator Krista Weltner

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As one who faces the challenges of Dyslexia, I find this video extremely poignant. (FYI it took me 4 tries to write the word poignant. Silent letters .......... 😜)   https://www.artandhealing.org/partially-compensated/?utm_source=Foundation+for+Art+%26+Healing+Connections&utm_campaign=d29fbf2041-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_091522_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3e6ce0c51f-d29fbf2041-17831445&mc_cid=d29fbf2041&mc_eid=56facc0eb0  

How to Love Yourself (the “No BS” Guide) : By Alethia - Loner Wolf

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Understanding Nonviolent Causes of PTSD : By Amen Clinics

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https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/understanding-nonviolent-causes-of-ptsd/?fbclid=IwAR2p1tNoy1GNzqD4j-RVKAAhK213ibbXevFCOmAV4NmR_syas2MetHcXXTU  

Gii, Gundhi (Hearts and Homes) - Nardi Simpson and art.afterhours – Stiff Gins- In Honour of NAIDOC Week and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

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The acronym NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee.  NAIDOC Week is a time of observance and respect in Australia on the first Sunday in July and ending on the following Sunday.  Born in 1938 as a Day of Mourning, in 1975 it grew into a week-long event that celebrates the 60.000 year history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.  NAIDOC Week is a time for reflectoion and celebration for all Australians ans provides valuable opportunities for all of us to learn more about the oldest living culture in history and the controbutions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia and all over the world today in all fields.  

A Simple Way to Deal with Emotional Stress - How to relieve the mental anguish of a difficult situation : By Barton Goldsmith

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https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/emotional-fitness/202205/simple-way-deal-emotional-stress?fbclid=IwAR3xUJLeDFTTppPHKM8zfTQm6hOHdENXzOiC2MEvO1dGWcsi8TZ8G-j4bR4  

Neurographica and Neuro-Art is the same thing? By Prof. Pavel Piskarev

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The Key Skill We Rarely Learn: How to Feel Your Feelings = We are wired to avoid our emotions, not mindfully embrace them : By Victoria Lemle Beckner

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https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/harnessing-principles-change/202010/the-key-skill-we-rarely-learn-how-feel-your-feelings?fbclid=IwAR1JnMEOtOTMZfMpTh1-If-OI-P2w6Bk2RXsn3V-SwHBEoBMhUgUtJyY8gk