A (Very) Brief History Of Thinking

As a result, he has increased arousal, such as difficulty sleeping and concentrating, feeling jumpy, and being easily irritated and angered. Different emotions will create different actions and different actions will create different results. There was also a study funded by NIH that concluded that mortality rates for older women …

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Emotional Contagion Vs

But, when metaphors are interpreted as facts, then we get into trouble. Even if they know it's not the grown-up thing to do, their brain is contemplating a snappish comment (fight), a cowed withdrawal (flight), or a hope that the problem might just go away (freeze). Unexpectedly, I started to …

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Being Fearful Of Disagreeing With A Partner

I was still living what most people would consider a 'normal' life, but beneath the surface I was doing many things very differently than others around me. One study found that army platoon leaders led to expect their platoon to be made up of exceptional recruits actually produced better soldiers …

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Coping With Orthodoxy

Well, the eight basic emotions are anger, anticipation, disgust, fear, joy, sadness, surprise, and trust. Or do you think along the lines of, I know I can get better. Though having two children left him busier than ever before, he made a conscious choice to carve out time for one …

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Where Do I Want My Life To Go?

For you to enjoy the many benefits of happiness--or for your happiness to make a positive impact on others--the happiness must be genuine. Research is tying the relationship between mind and body ever more tightly. Are you beginning to feel the power of mirror work and how it can change …

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Artificial Stars

They have a natural leadership gift and are great at making decisions while considering all angles of a problem quickly and carefully. One in five Australians will experience a mental illness in any 12-month period. So sharpen your attention and open your awareness by practicing mindful breathing or meditation before …

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Building Face-to-Face Social Skills

Further, in the case of this particular solo author, his reputation, following, and arguably career, are predicated on defending a particular view of nutrition. In Pons's experiment, he worked with monkeys whose nerve fibers from the brain to one arm had been severed. If you're someone who has no health …

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