John Michael continues his series, reflecting on life and people encountered, with two new stories about being more aware of those around you and learning to love one’s self.
John Michael reflects on life and some of the people he has encountered along the way through four stories about self-care, practicing empathy, and staying centered.
I’ve spent the last nine months seeking rational news in an effort to kill the lizard brain. Did it work? I don’t know, but here’s what I learned.
Yes, it seems we’re facing doomsday, but it behooves us to face the sobering realities, for only through acceptance can we force meaningful change.
Recently, scientific findings discovered that dogs are capable of manipulation; so in order to prove it, we asked our own resident good boy, Bingley.
A pioneering group of researchers have discovered why our minds believe falsehoods, such as fake news, and have developed a method to stop it.
Traumatic memories are often placed in the rearview mirror instead of under the microscope, but how do you work through trauma without it overcoming you?
A new year, new you? According to the minds of science, you’ve already failed before you’ve begun. Welcome to the proven “false hope syndrome.” Welcome to 2017.
Continuing her series on the subject of gaslighting, Sarah Xerta examines parents who gaslight their children, and the effects this has on the young and impressionable.
Picking up where she left off with her introduction to the subject of gaslighting, Sarah Xerta next tackles gaslighting in intimate partner relationships.