Tango of Mind and Emotion

Jacqueline Marshall takes a look at life, and our lives, and provides the day to day notes of our dance.

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  • Once a golf stroke is accomplished, it exists in memory, and memories are about the past. Games are played in the present by masters. Photo: John Haslam

    Masters: The game of letting go

    Once a golf stroke is accomplished, it exists in memory, and memories are about the past. Games are played in the present by masters. Published 7:15 p.m. April 5, 2012 - Comments

     
  • Will mega millions winners be happy? People make happier choices when they understand the difference between pleasure and gratification.

    Happiness: Mega millions, pleasure and gratification

    Will mega millions winners be happy? People make happier choices when they understand the difference between pleasure and gratification. Published 2:44 p.m. April 1, 2012 - Comments

     
  • The poet W.S. Merwin said that Adrienne Rich was “in love with the hope of telling utter truth.”

    The riches of Adrienne Rich: Poet 1929 - 2012

    The poet W.S. Merwin said that Adrienne Rich was “in love with the hope of telling utter truth.” Published 1:44 p.m. March 29, 2012 - Comments

     
  • Though soldiers with PTSD might have returned home, part of them never left the war zone.

    Combat PTSD: Understanding the menace of memories

    Though soldiers with PTSD might have returned home, part of them never left the war zone. Published 9:04 p.m. March 25, 2012 - Comments

     
  • After witnessing a gross injustice, Dorothea Dix took on U.S. and Canadian legislators to advocate for people who were politically and economically powerless.

    Mental health and women in history: Dorothea Dix

    After witnessing a gross injustice, Dorothea Dix took on U.S. and Canadian legislators to advocate for people who were politically and economically powerless. Published 4:53 p.m. March 22, 2012 - Comments

     
  • March madness Our brain has a rhythm determined by how frequently our brain cells fire; what happens if parts of our brain lose their rhythm?

    March madness and mental health

    March madness Our brain has a rhythm determined by how frequently our brain cells fire; what happens if parts of our brain lose their rhythm? Published 3:55 p.m. March 18, 2012 - Comments

     
  • Mary Lincoln is remembered as being the wife of a famous man, and for having mental and emotional issues. It has been suggested that she suffered from bipolar disorder; maybe she did.

    Mental health and women in history: Mary Todd Lincoln

    Mary Lincoln is remembered as being the wife of a famous man, and for having mental and emotional issues. It has been suggested that she suffered from bipolar disorder; maybe she did. Published 10:24 a.m. March 15, 2012 - Comments

     
  • Maybe it is time to wear tin foil on our heads. Scientists have noticed correlations between solar flares and moods.

    Solar flare: The sun touches our psyche

    Maybe it is time to wear tin foil on our heads. Scientists have noticed correlations between solar flares and moods. Published 6:01 p.m. March 8, 2012 - Comments

     
  • Negatively categorizing others is something humans regularly do. None of us can point a finger at others for labeling people unfairly without pointing also at ourselves.

    Name calling: Not to excuse it but we all do it

    Negatively categorizing others is something humans regularly do. None of us can point a finger at others for labeling people unfairly without pointing also at ourselves. Published 11:14 p.m. March 7, 2012 - Comments

     
  • Our genetic code, once thought to be written in organic stone, reacts every moment of our lives to the environment; it is a blueprint that can be edited.

    Empathy for our genes: No longer our body’s CEO

    Our genetic code, once thought to be written in organic stone, reacts every moment of our lives to the environment; it is a blueprint that can be edited. Published 4:23 p.m. March 3, 2012 - Comments

     
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Jacqueline Marshall

Jacqueline Marshall

Jacqueline Marshall is a writer for Help For Depression, and freelances primarily in the areas of psychology and personal development. She has a MA in Counseling Psychology and is a licensed therapist living near Chicago.

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Jacqueline Marshall is a writer for Help For Depression, and freelances primarily in the areas of psychology and personal development. She has a MA in Counseling Psychology and is a licensed therapist living near Chicago.

Jacqueline has experience helping those diagnosed with severe, persistent mental illness, and in providing general therapy services for individuals, couples, and families. Prior to counseling, she worked in graphic design and music education.

When not writing or counseling, Jacqueline enjoys reading literature and math-less books about quantum physics. She is a published poet, and has studied animal communication and energy healing.  

 

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