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Happiness at 103 years old

Really fun article in the New York Times describing the nightly dining habits of 103-year-old Harry Rosen.  He believes his nightly meal out is his therapy that has contributed to his long, productive life.Sounds good to me!

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Photo: Dave Sanders New York Times
Harry Rosen with a photo of himself in his 20’s.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/29/nyregion/a-nightly-dinner-out-thats-like-therapy.html?src=me

Holly Scott, MBA, MS, LPC sees clients at Uptown Dallas Counseling. Holly is trained in the specialty of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and holds the position of Diplomate in the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Holly works with clients to help them overcome challenges in their daily lives that may be preventing them from achieving happiness. She helps clients with stress management, depression, parenting, marriage counseling, and other mental health concerns. If you are looking for a counselor or therapist, explore this website to see if Holly may be able to help you. 

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Fighting Suicidal Thoughts

Natasha Tracy writes in her blog, Breaking Bipolar, about the effect of her grandmother’s end-of-life struggle on her ability to fight off suicidal thoughts.   In her post, she shares her thoughts as she stood by her grandmother in the hospital and how those thoughts now help her in her struggle with bipolar disorder.

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