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  • Boundaries of Light…

    Boundaries Light…

    Indulge me for a moment? Imagine that inside me there is a bright light shining outward. It glows from deep within me. Imagine now that you have a similar... Read more

    The 26 February 2014 by   Intuitivepsychology
  • Bodily Maps of Emotions.

    Bodily Maps Emotions.

    Nummenmaa and collaborators, from several universities in Finland, propose that our emotions are represented in our somatosensory system as culturally... Read more

    The 23 January 2014 by   Deric Bownds
  • The Social Life of Our Genes - the Devastating Effects of Social Isolation

    Social Life Genes Devastating Effects Isolation

    David Dobbs has done a broad and accessible review of how completely the expression of the genes regulating behavior are controlled by the social milieu,... Read more

    The 13 January 2014 by   Deric Bownds
  • Selfies Can Make Your Life Better

    Selfies Make Your Life Better

    It’s rare to read an article about selfies, Millennials or Facebook without narcissism making an appearance in the first paragraph. No wonder people,... Read more

    The 10 January 2014 by   Drpamelarutledge
  • Group Therapy

    Group Therapy

    As confronting and difficult as it is, getting 3 people in a room to talk about the past, feelings, where things are at the moment for them, is a good thing.Tha... Read more

    The 06 November 2013 by   Survivingana
  • Loneliness


    I think that loneliness is a huge challenge, for people who are physically challenged, those who suffer from CP (cerebral palsy) visually challenged people and... Read more

    The 05 November 2013 by   Gran13
  • Myths in Biology: Mendel's Pea Flowers

    Myths Biology: Mendel's Flowers

    At P.Z. Myers' blog, Pharyngula, he has a post on the subject of "myths" in biology, using the number of cell types in humans as an example. He cites Stephen J. Read more

    The 04 November 2013 by   Allen_macneill
  • Understanding Adult Bullying

    Understanding Adult Bullying

    You could be forgiven for thinking that bullying is “something that happens to kids”. After all, that’s how the media portrays it. The theory is that if... Read more

    The 04 November 2013 by   Gbollard
  • Disabilities


    Every shop assistant, bank teller, waitress, to name a few, should bear in mind that people with disabilities, along with their families and friends, travel,... Read more

    The 31 October 2013 by   Gran13
  • Counselling Day and Closer to Truth

    Counselling Closer Truth

    Both my children had counselling today. Sophie’s went OK. She is detaching again. Instead of dealing with the emotions, exams, uni, family etc she has detached... Read more

    The 29 October 2013 by   Survivingana

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