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Cultivate Curiosity, Yours and Your Associates

Cultivate Curiosity, Yours and Your Associates

Young children are naturally curious.  Too often we get impatient with their incessant questions and dampen their curiosity.  Curiosity is a good thing, even a great thing. 360 more words

Frozen by anxiety

There is a scene in the video game The Walking Dead– not the show, the fantastic Telltale video game– in which the protagonist must choose to leave behind a character or risk everyone’s wellfare to save her. 687 more words


The Infamous Dress

At the expense of becoming another sheep in the herd of humanity’s trends, today’s article is going to be about the dress that has invaded the Internet. 496 more words

31 days project: The Big Naked Pain and Brain Campaign: Day 3

Day 3 of the Big Naked Pain and Brain Campaign: The tooth beaver

Today’s clip is more classic cartoons – Ren and Stimpy was renowned for having very controversial references and graphic scenes but I loved it! 274 more words


Don’t Stop Daydreaming: Why a Wandering Mind Is Good for You

by Elizabeth Picciuto

If you can’t get through this article without checking your Facebook, walking to the fridge, scrolling through your phone, and choosing something on Netflix, don’t worry. 428 more words


What is Self-Confidence?

Two main things contribute to self-confidence: self-efficacy and self-esteem.

We gain a sense of self-efficacy when we see ourselves (and others similar to ourselves) mastering skills and achieving goals that matter in those skill areas. 317 more words


Empty Man Syndrome

Why some men get stuck in depression

 by Alex Korb Ph.D.

The old hospital at UCLA is a sprawling brick complex built in the 1950s. Its rambling hallways stretch out longer than any non-military building in the US. 710 more words