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5 Ways Depression is Helpful People who are prone to think positively can have protection against depression. Since depression tends to be filled with negative thoughts and feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness, a positive spin … ...
How To Have A Successful First Date (After Meeting Online) Online dating is increasingly popular, and notoriously unsatisfying for many. Research is beginning to sort out what works—simple steps can help a first date go better.
Testing the Hillary Doctrine: Study finds lack of women’s rights linked to anti-American terrorism New research appears to confirm the Hillary Doctrine: the subjugation of women is linked to anti-American terrorism. Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has argued that the subjugation of women should be considered a national security issue for the United States. “Give women equal rights, and entire nations are more stable and secure. Deny [...]
Anxiety during pregnancy may affect the neural responses underlying caregiving Scientists are beginning to understand the neural processing underlying anxiety during pregnancy. In a study of 43 women in their third trimester, researchers used electroencephalography (EEG) to investigate the link between self-reported anxiety and the neural processing of infant faces during pregnancy. An EEG is used to record electrical activity in the brain. The researchers [...]
I Am A Sponge I am a sponge. I absorb feelings. When people are really happy I can fly into a hypomanic state. It just feels so good and after feeling so depressed all … ...
I Don’t Feel Like I Fit In | What... Suppose you are new, or you feel new wherever you are. What does it mean to fit in? As moms of middle schoolers can probably verify, sixth grade brings waterfalls of … ...
Feeling Negative? Something Needs to Change “Negative emotions like loneliness, envy, and guilt have an important role to play in a happy life; they’re big, flashing signs that something needs to change.” – Gretchen Rubin Look in the mirror. See that grumpy face staring back at you? What you’re feeling inside … ...
How to Compartmentalize Emotional Problems for Peace of Mind... If you begin life in a dysfunctional family or from a dysfunctional background it is easy to develop emotional difficulties and problems along the way. It is not unusual in … ...
Getting a handle on brain organization Even among people born without hands, there is an overlap in brain activity when viewing hands and viewing tools, suggesting the connection between the two hands and tools is deeply ingrained in brain organization. But the study also found tantalizing clues that, because those born without hands perform many daily functions using their feet, a similar overlap had developed in some of them between the foot- and tool-recognition areas of their brains.
Thoughts about Opioid Addiction Taking a look at the thinking processes underlying opioid addiction
People Underestimate Ability to Take Others’ Perspectives... As we go through life, we frequently find ourselves trying to guess what’s going on in other people’s minds. Our society runs smoothly partly because of people’s ability to infer each other’s perspectives. And when it doesn’t run smoothly, people’s failure to understand each other is often a factor. There...
We All Have Bad Days We have all experienced something in our lives that we never thought we would recover from; something that at the time, was the most devastating thing that could ever happen … ...
New Experiences Can Enrich Your Life Every once in a while, for your mental health, you should try something new, something completely different from your day-to-day life activities. I did that this weekend when my husband, son and I drove down to southern Ohio and stayed in an authentic log cabin … ...
Are the Hormones of Couples in Sync? Couples can get under each others' skin, literally. Partners appear to synchronize their stress and reproductive hormone levels over time.
The Type Of Daydreaming Linked To A Smarter Brain Some types of mind wandering may be highly beneficial to our brains, and our futures. • Click here for your free sample of Dr Jeremy Dean's latest ebook The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic • Dr Dean is also the author of Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything.
Potential new treatment strategy for neuroinflammation related to severe type of stroke Scientists have discovered a potential new treatment to reduce the effects of intracerebral hemorrhage.
Codependency and the Art of Detaching From Dysfunctional Family... Detaching is an effective way to cope with a codependent relationship or any toxic or dysfunctional relationship, whether it’s with an alcoholic parent, an addicted child, or a narcissistic spouse. … ...
A Vow That Can Doom Your Relationship Sometimes in a moment of feeling abandoned, unseen, or treated unfairly by our partners, we protect ourselves with a silent vow:  “Never again.” Never again will I let myself be … ...
Sympathetic nervous system key to thermogenesis, new study suggests The sympathetic nervous system, not white blood cells, is critically important in the regulation of energy expenditure and thermogenesis, researchers reveal in a new report.
Your brain, not your white blood cells, keeps you warm, new study suggests The sympathetic nervous system, not white blood cells, are critically important in the regulation of energy expenditure and thermogenesis, researchers reveal in a new report.