Summary: Need to quote psychiatrists, paranoid delusions

  • Name: Breanna Mona Forbes Health
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Forbes Health
  • Deadline: 12:00 PM EST – 22 March

Query: I am looking to quote two psychiatrists who treat individuals who experience paranoid delusions (please don’t offer commentary unless you have experience treating patients who experience paranoid delusions). Please comment on the questions below in full sentences and in your own words.

  1. What are paranoid delusions? Please go over the symptoms of paranoid delusions (what behaviors might someone exhibit if they’re dealing with them? And please offer some examples).
  2. What causes paranoid delusions? Please go over treating paranoid delusions, covering different options.
  3. Any common misconceptions about paranoid delusions? Please offer any other helpful additional comments on paranoid delusions not addressed above.

Requirements: Psychiatrists. Please note any quotes submitted to me will run through a plagiarism detector. I am seeking valuable expert health information in your own words and will not quote plagiarized material. Thank you!

Summary: Explaining how and why ADHD symptoms/behaviors change over time

  • Name: Lisa Fields ADHD Online
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: ADHD Online
  • Deadline: 5:00 PM EST – 22 March

Query: As a person with ADHD gets older, their symptoms and behaviors may change, as the progress from childhood to adolescence to young adulthood and adulthood. For instance, hyperactivity that is common among younger children may evolve into restlessness in adolescence or adulthood. Impulsivity may change (from calling out in class or hitting classmates to driving riskily or drinking too much). Problems with executive functioning may evolve from missed homework assignments to work-related disorganization.

I’m seeking PsyDs, MDs and PhDs who treat child, adolescent and adult patients with ADHD who can answer my questions via email within the next week, to discuss various ways that certain ADHD symptoms/behaviors change as a person with ADHD ages, why these changes organically occur and how patients with ADHD can work to manage their symptoms, whether they are children, teens or adults.

Requirements: I am only seeking comments from MDs, PhDs and PsyDs who treat patients with ADHD and who can correspond with me via email to answer my questions.

Summary: 7-11 reasons why people cheat on their partner

  • Name: Sarah Magdalena Huber Fraulila
  • Category: Lifestyle and Fitness
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Fraulila
  • Deadline: 7:00 PM EST – 22 March

Query: I’m working on my next article concerning the main reasons for cheating. I need to collect between 7 and 11 reasons for cheating, and I would love to hear your opinion on the topic:

The most important question is: What are the main reasons why people have affairs?

Furthermore, please also comment on:

  1. What leads us to cheat on our partner?
  2. What can I do if my partners cheated on me?
  3. What can I do if I cheated on my partner?
  4. How can I prevent myself from getting cheated on?

As always, feel free to only answer the question that you consider yourself an expert in. Please also include a link to your personal website or LinkedIn profile.

Requirements: Relationship experts, doctors, therapists etc. Many thanks in advance!

Summary: Type A Personalities

  • Name: Nina Chamlou Forbes Health
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Forbes Health
  • Deadline: 7:00 PM EST – 22 March

Query: I am writing an article on Type A personalities. I am looking for a licensed mental health professional who is experienced in helping these types of patients/clients benefit from the positive aspects of this personality type, while prioritizing staying present and relaxation time, as well. If you are experienced in this area and licensed as a mental health professional, I would like your insight on the following questions:

  1. What is a type A personality? Is this a term used by mental health professionals?
  2. What are the common traits of a type A personality? Please provide 3-5 examples.
  3. What are the pros and cons of having a type A personality?
  4. How do type A personalities compare to other personality types?
  5. What are your biggest lifestyle tips for people with type A personalities? How can individuals manage their tendency toward perfectionism and competitiveness?

Requirements: Please respond to these questions via email in as much depth as you think the questions require. 1-5 paragraphs per question is the general ballpark. I can only feature licensed mental health professionals (i.e psychologists and professional counselors) for this article. Please do not respond if you don’t fit this description. Thank you for understanding.

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