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Following Your Heart Sometimes we are faced with decisions and our heart and our mind don’t agree on the correct course of action. So, in these instances- do you follow your heart or … ...
7 Keys to Handling Holiday Blues The holidays will soon be upon us. Some will embrace them. These are the lucky ones who have memories of good Thanksgivings, Christmases, Hanukkahs, or other holidays that fall during … ...
Blood-brain barrier opened non-invasively with focused ultrasound for the first time The blood-brain barrier has been non-invasively opened in a patient for the first time. Scientists used focused ultrasound to enable temporary and targeted opening of the blood-brain barrier (BBB), allowing the more effective delivery of chemotherapy into a patient's malignant brain tumor.
Coffee giant accused of human rights violations Workers allege they endured racist remarks and sub-standard working and living conditions by Canadian-based Tim Hortons.
ADHD rates rise around globe, but sympathy lags Debates about the validity of the ADHD diagnosis and the drugs used to treat it play out around the world.
Prince Harry Emotional After Encounter with Marine Traditionally, the British royal family have been the model of composure and decorum but times have changed. Following the introduction of the late Princess Diana, the monarchs became more relatable. … ...
Study linking Champagne to dementia prevention resurfaces, but experts urge caution Red wine usually gets the most praise for its health benefits due to one of its powerful ingredients, resveratrol, which has been linked to improved mental health and a stronger heart.
What it means to be pansexual Scholars say the term appeals to a younger generation that dislikes labels.
Adult ADHD, its Effects on Marriage and Tips to Cope Typically, it’s not difficult to spot a child with ADHD, (especially if they are hyperactive), but adults with ADHD tend to have more subtle symptoms. As a result, many adults are struggling with ADHD and may not know they have it. Some of the subtle … ...
Today I Love The Rosy Hue Of The Morning Haze Today I love the rosy hue of the morning haze that’s lying to the east of the spruce trees and back neighbours. I love that it is so chilly outside … ...
How to Keep Calm and Carry on During the Holidays The holidays are fast upon us. In the blink of an eye, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa, and New Year’s Eve will have already come and gone. Holidays bring much time spent with family from near and far, preparing and making elaborate holiday dinners and attending parties, … ...
The Real Threat Of ADHD Medication I read a lot about ADHD. And I don’t limit my reading to the scientific studies, although that is certainly some of what I read. I also read blogs like … ...
Ben Carson and the Mandela Effect It’s not just that our memories are unreliable. Our intuitions about how memory works are inaccurate as well.
Creative Living Round-Up 11.8.15 Every month I share different posts and pieces that have been inspiring me, because I think they’ll inspire you, too. I think they’ll inspire you to savor the magic of … ...
A Surprising and Common Impediment to Happiness Here are ten everyday habits that have been proven, in study after study, to make people happier. As you read the list, think about how often you practice each one: … ...
The Power oF Unconditional Positive Regard Relationships are key to a successful life.  One of the most essential things you can do to impact others is to develop your relationship skills.  The most important ingredient to developing healthy relationships is the concept of unconditional positive regard.  If you are a teacher, … ...
A Trance of Unworthiness Mothers tell me their No. 1 challenge is being overwhelmed by too much to do. They never feel like they finish what needs to be done and they feel exhausted from trying. As a mother, psychologist and mindfulness teacher, I know that feeling intimately. Our … ...
Why Women Over-Apologize: How and Why To Stop It! What drives women to over-apologize? And why you need to get a grip.
Why Women Over-Apologize: How and Why To Stop It! What drives women to over-apologize? And why you need to get a grip.
It Isn’t Easy I made the tough decision many years ago to cut my narcissistic mother out of my life.  I’ve been applauded by some for my courageous decision and berated by others … ...