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Traumatic brain injuries may be helped with drug used to treat bipolar disorder Medications used to treat depression and cancer may prevent nerve cell damage and help those suffering with traumatic brain injury, according to a new study.
Why Is It So Hard to Be Altruistic? Cooperation and generosity are the norm, not the exception.
The Remarkable Power of Momentum: Using It to Change... I’ve always been thrilled by the feeling of a plane taking off. No matter how often I fly I am amazed by the experience of the plane barreling down the runway with increasing velocity until it reaches such speeds that it begins to lift off … ...
How to Master Your Emotions As architects of our experiences, we need not be at the mercy of our emotions – rather, we can learn to master them.
ESFJ Personality Type [Provider, Caregiver, Seller, Host, Facilitator] Complete ESFJ personality profile (Sanguine-Melancholic, Facilitator Caretaker, The Consul, Harmonizer, Host of the World, Seller, Provider, Friendly Facilitator, Supportive Contributor).
Death: The Flip Side Death Has an Ugly Side—But Also an Optimistic Side Death is all around us. It permeates almost every aspect of our life showcasing its omnipresence. Death, as symbolized by the proverbial Grim Reaper, is actually personified in infinite ways. Large scale wars, suicide bombers, endless … ...
Thriving During These 3 Stages of a New Relationship “Be messy and complicated and afraid and show up anyways.” — Glennon Doyle Melton When I was younger, I assumed that when I found the ideal person for me and was in my ideal relationship, it was going to be easy, and I was going … ...
Exercise is fundamental to good health. So why do few Americans stick with it? Only about half of American adults get enough aerobic exercise.
How To Boost Your Cognitive Reserves To Limit Decline In Later Life The five factors linked to healthier brain aging. • Dr Jeremy Dean's new ebook "Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing What You Do" will be released 9 May 2017. • Dr Dean is also the author of "The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic" and "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything".
Perfectionist’s Prey My late mother and I discussed how to deftly handle the vexing interview question, “What’s your biggest weakness?” Instead of providing a sincere answer (stubbornness for $100, Alex), we collectively rehearsed the answer. And, yes, my over-practiced answer hinted at those dreaded — and inescapable … ...
11 Ways We All Benefit When More People Are Single Here are 11 ways that the rise of single people is making it possible for more people to live their best lives and for communities to thrive
Wait — What? 25 Seconds to Better Health In a world where immediate gratification has become the expected norm the idea of promoting a product that makes you wait seems counterintuitive. But what if this product helped us do what we’ve been unable to do by ourselves?  What if the product helped us wait … ...
Should You Visit an Anger Room? Is it helpful to engage in destruction in order to manage our anger?
Scientists reduce fear of death by using virtual reality to induce an out-of-body experience Virtual reality systems can create out-of-body experiences — and these experiences may be able to reduce the fear of death, according to a recently published study. “My lab has been working for many years on the influence of changing someone’s body in virtual reality on their attitudes, perceptions, behavior and cognition,” the study’s corresponding author, [...]
Swearing Can Boost Strength and Reduce the Sensation of Pain New research on the benefits of swearing out loud suggests that Mark Twain was right when he said, "Under certain circumstances, profanity provides a relief denied even to prayer.”
Stop Letting Fear Be Your Ultimate Enabler Today, being blind does not scare me. It hasn’t scared me for more than a decade. I must remind myself that this aspect of my existence, which is like any other as far as I am concerned, stands out for others like a baby on … ...
Health-promoting behaviors may buffer against suicide in veterans with PTSD Everyday behaviors to improve health could be a key part of reducing suicide among veterans. New research suggests that health-promoting behaviors are important for reducing suicidal ideation among veterans with high levels of PTSD symptoms. (If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or follow this link to their online chat.) [...]
Geographical Differences in Love Are you living in a region populated by highly anxious people? Research reveals where love comes easy.
Perfect Parenting? Give It Up What's one secret to good parenting? Give up on perfection.
The Secret To Getting Over A Romantic Break-Up Romantic pain activates the same regions of the brain as physical pain. • Dr Jeremy Dean's new ebook "Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing What You Do" will be released 9 May 2017. • Dr Dean is also the author of "The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic" and "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything".