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Is the Kid Next Door a Terrorist? 12 Questions to Consider It’s impossible to predict who will become a terrorist, though there are patterns to young people’s experiences that make acts of violence more likely.
5 Platitudes No One Should Ever Utter It's time to consider whether some of your favorite sayings shouldn't be said at all. Keep your lemonade to yourself, would you? They're my lemons.....
7 Signs You Need a Little ‘Me Time’ With all the things on your daily to-do list, it’s easy to get lost in the whirl of activity and forget one essential activity you haven’t tended to: taking time for yourself. It isn’t selfish, but it is definitely important. While you might think you … ...
Get More Done By Scheduling to Your Strengths Are you an early bird? Or a night owl? In either case, you can get more done by taking your body's energy fluctuations into account.
The Turkey Prince: A Story About Healing The Soul The Turkey Prince, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov's tale about healing the soul....
IQ Is A Myth: Intelligence Has At Least Three Components One number does not accurately describe a person's thinking skills, a study concludes. » Continue reading: IQ Is A Myth: Intelligence Has At Least Three Components Advertisement Get yourself from Crisis to Coping - your instant emotional toolbox. Pre-order the book here and start smiling.
How To Cope With Energy Problems When You Have Autism A lot of people with autism have low energy. It’s not part of the diagnostic criteria. But from what I’ve seen it’s very common. We don’t necessarily sleep more than other people … ...
Scientists find new vessel for detecting autism Evidence of autism may be found in the composition and malfunction of the brain's blood vessels, a team of scientists has found. Their research sheds new light on the causes of autism, which previously had pointed to neurological make-up rather than to the vascular system, and identifies a new target for potential therapeutic intervention.
The eyes have it: Mutual gaze potentially a vital component in social interactions Eye contact synchronizes brain activation to establish connection between individuals; without this, shared attention cannot be attained, new research confirms.
11 Steps to Building Great Habits The New Year is around the corner and many of us will aim to cultivate a new habit. Of all the steps below, the first may be the most important: … ...
11 Steps to Creating Great Habits The new year is around the corner and many of us will endeavor to cultivate a new habit. Of all the steps below, the first may be the most important: … ...
The Cost of Relationship Conflict for Women: New Study... Relationship conflict. For many of us, the joy of Christmas is tempered by longstanding family conflicts and tensions that hit us head-on during family gatherings. Left unchecked, they can be a festering source … ...
5 Kinds of Disguised Emotional Abuse Emotional abuse is hard to detect, and that is why it is hard for a child (and even an adult) to figure out if they’ve been emotionally abused. It’s easy … ...
Compound helps regenerate neurons in damaged areas of brain An activator has proved a capacity to generate an important increase in neurogenesis, and represents a first step for future medicine for patients suffering from certain neurology diseases, say scientists.
Researchers elucidate network of genes that control when puberty begins In expanding our knowledge of how the brain controls the process of sexual development, researchers have identified, for the first time, members of an elaborate superfamily of genes that regulate the timing of puberty in highly evolved nonhuman primates.
Apps I Use To Manage My ADHD Introduction We live in a time when we are constantly looking at our smart phones. This can be distracting for anyone. However, for people with ADHD, it can completely hinder … ...
Are You a Self-Critic? Self-criticism is a nasty habit many of us have. When something in our work, school, or personal life goes wrong, many of us jump to self-criticism as a coping strategy. You might not even be aware that you’re doing it! To keep our self-critical voice … ...
Today I Love Music In The Morning Today I love music in the morning. I’ll be heading off shortly, through this light dusting of snow, to the radio station to play with my music partner Rebecca Johnson-Morelli. … ...
How You Solve This Maze Might Depend on Whether... While everyone was freaking out about a study showing a 43% increase in ADHD diagnoses last week, the results of another ADHD study were quietly released. The study didn’t get … ...
5 Holiday Tips for Managing Bipolar Disorder It’s Beginning to Look a lot Like Christmas, and there’s no place like Home for the Holidays. It may be the Most Wonderful Time of the Year but it can … ...