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5 Times to Embrace the Power of Negative Thinking Yes, REALLY. My whole life I have been told to embrace the power of positive thinking. This was something a lot of adults said to me, a negative, nervous little girl, riddled with anxiety. Well, that and “stop worrying or you’ll give yourself an ulcer.” … ...
There Is Only ONE Reason Why Addicts Relapse Its true. There is only one reason why addicts relapse: To change the way they feel. That’s the only reason. There are no other reasons. Its kind of like plaque … ...
Increase Attention With Oldest Technique of All (Forget Brain Training) While ‘brain training’ games have become popular, there is a better way to increase attention, new research suggests. Dr Jeremy Dean's latest ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything
Stem cell therapy appears to have TBI treatment effect Results of a cellular therapy clinical trial for traumatic brain injury (TBI) using a patient’s own stem cells showed that the therapy appears to dampen the body’s neuroinflammatory response to trauma and preserve brain tissue, according to researchers.
Understanding the Different Types of Infidelity The expectation of exclusivity and monogamy are commonly assumed although not always adhered to in a marriage or long term relationship. When this expectation isn’t met, emotional damage can occur, including feelings of severe anger or rage. Others experience a sense of betrayal and loss … ...
The Real Impact of Focusing on a Niche in... In this series, you’ll learn everything you ever wanted to know about niching in private practice through interviews with real, flesh-ridden therapists in private practice who have successfully taken the niche dive. And benefited mightily from doing so! Last week, we debunked the “If I choose a niche … ...
Teens in the Age of Fear Yesterday I was interviewed on a National Radio Show called Emotions R Us talking about teens and fear.  My point was that we are no longer seeing troubled kids from … ...
Brain 'reads' sentences the same in English, Portuguese When the brain "reads" or decodes a sentence in English or Portuguese, its neural activation patterns are the same, new research shows. The study is the first to show that different languages have similar neural signatures for describing events and scenes.
Can Millennial Physicians Carry Medicine? Can millennials carry the weight of healthcare without falling by the wayside, worn-out and weary?
Election 2016: Two Perfectly Personality Disordered Candidates... Who are we trying to kid!? It takes a “unique” person to run for President. That much responsibility gives normal folk like you and me the willies. But somebody’s got … ...
Daydreaming is NOT Just A Waste Of Time, Studies Finds People tend to think of daydreaming and letting the mind wander as a waste of time. Dr Jeremy Dean's latest ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything
Diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease: Llama antibodies detect cerebral lesions The major challenge facing physicians treating Alzheimer's is the ability to detect markers of the disease as early as possible. These markers, located in the brain, are difficult to access, hampering diagnosis. Using two types of llama antibody capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier, scientists have developed a non-invasive approach to reach brain cells in a mouse model of the disease.
Satya ~ Truthfulness To recap we are talking about yoga and how it is so much more than the physical moves. Just to remind those who may not remember, yoga is made up … ...
Fighting for Our Democracy This has become a serious socio-cultural problem; paranoia is contagious; we’ve all become paranoid temporarily, thanks to the conspiratorial thinking of the paranoid...
ADHD and Wasted Time If ADHD sometimes keeps me up at night, it’s not because of the hyperactivity. Nor is it because I’m wondering what careless mistakes I’ll make in the coming day and … ...
Brain scientists examine brain networks during short-term task learning "Practice makes perfect" is a common saying. We all have experienced that the initially effortful implementation of novel tasks is becoming rapidly easier and more fluent after only a few repetitions. This works especially efficient when we are guided by explicit instructions. A team of researchers has now examined the underlying neural processes in a current imaging study.
How to Defeat Poor Coping Skills and Self Destructive... Almost all of us have engaged in one poor coping mechanism or the other. Some are minor slips that don’t cause much damage, others can have devastating life effects on … ...
The 7 Startling Phases of Loving a Narcissist Being in a relationship with a narcissist robs you of a piece of your soul. Maybe you are feeling a desperate need to try and salvage a relationship you intuitively know is unhealthy, or maybe you are wondering why you can’t “let go” and “move … ...
How to Stop Over-Eating: Lessons From Brain Science Brain science hints at several ways to reduce the pattern of food craving and consumption.
Scientists successfully tune the brain to alleviate pain If the brain is ‘tuned-in’ to a particular frequency, pain can be alleviated, scientists have shown for the first time.