Grief is commonly thought to be a psychological symptom. However, more and more research is showing evidence that grief might also have various physical symptoms, too. Could it be that the losses that individuals acquire can cause grief even in people who are…
“Life is a series of addictions and without them we die”. This is my favourite quote in academic addiction literature and was made back in 1990 in the British Journal of Addiction by Isaac Marks.
The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner gives us a glimpse into the psychology of woodcarver and Swiss champion ski-jumper, Walter Steiner.
Newspapers, television, and radio used to be the places you went to for your current affair stories. Now, you mostly share through handheld devices and social media.
In her TED talk, Brene Brown, a social-science researcher, shines the spotlight on “vulnerability,” and shares her personal story of how “uncertainty” was at the heart of her own personal growth and epiphany in her research.
You may be holding a belief that only children’s brains are able to change, grow, and develop, and that once you mature, your brain and personality become “fixed”—good news, this is not true!
I’ll be honest with you, I noticed this ad several times and just skipped it, until someone told me to look at it.
When it comes to being clumsy, I’m your man. Whether it be walking into walls, or steel columns, I’ve tasted my share of lumps.
I really didn’t want to get involved in this discussion. I figured, whatever color the dress happens to be, who cares? It’s a dress.
So does this explain why athletes give each other so many public displays of affection? Is this why basketball players hug, give chest bumps, and high fives? And why baseball players like to smack butts so much? An any sport, when…