“Babies and young children are like the R&D division of the human species,” says psychologist Alison Gopnik. Her research explores the sophisticated intelligence-gathering and decision-making that babies are really doing when they … Read more
Mood charting could be very helpful for finding what is triggering your mood swings. This mood chart has helped me understand the importance of daily exercise for me, and I hope it will help you get better control of your moods … Read more
Some time ago I saw a cartoon of a dog straining at its leash, barking ferociously at a cat, as if to say, “Just lemme at ‘em.” The cat wasn’t too shabby – actually looked mean – and was at least as big as the dog. All of a sudden in the middle of a ferocious bark, the leash snapped so the dog was free to go after the cat. He looked astonished. Scared to death. He quickly grabbed the leash, ran back and tied a triple knot. Then, he could again safely strain at the leash and bark his fiery, “Just lemme at … Read more
Rose essential oil is wonderful for helping to relieve those PMS blues. It’s cooling, relaxing and is commonly used as an antidepressant. All you need … Read more
“Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. The third is to be kind.” – Henry James
“When I was young, I used to admire intelligent people; as I grow older, I admire kind people.” -Abraham Joshua Heschel
“Kindness, like a boomerang, always returns.” – … Read more
Will cardio vascular exercise result in a longer life?
Dr.Ubiratan: A human heart is made to contract a specific number of times. Don’t waste this amount on exercises you don’t need, because it will shorten your lifespan. To force your heart to beat more will not make you live longer. Just consider this: driving a car at high speeds will not make the engine drive longer. If you want to live a long life, take a siesta … Read more
I would like to share with you an excerpt from Dalai Lama’s new book, My Spiritual Journey. Dalai Lama believes in the surprising power of laughter and smiles to reach other people, even our … Read more
This brief excerpt of a talk by Viktor Frankl, a concentration camp survivor and author of the well known book “Man’s Search for Meaning”, highlights his approach to psychotherapy. He presupposes man’s innate goodness and idealism. Even when these attributes are not readily evident, says Frankl, starting with the premise that they exist helps propel patients to a more elevated state. It works, too, as a model for engaging others in daily … Read more
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Dean and Deepak provide independent viewpoints on ways that everyone can be healthier and … Read more