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Being Curious to Be More Creative

Being Curious to Be More Creative

“The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.” — Dorothy Parker Curiosity fuels artistic and scientific exploration, and is a characteristic of gifted and creative people....
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Walking a Narrower Road

Walking a Narrower Road

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. –Robert Frost In recent entries I’ve explored the...
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Love Yourself Anyway

Love Yourself Anyway

Some of us grew up in abusive households, where we were torn down every single day. Where we were explicitly told that we are unworthy and unlovable. Some of us...
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This Old ADHD Man

This Old ADHD Man

Go ahead, ask me how old I am. I’ll happily tell you. I’m … no wait, that can’t be right. Oh yeah, I’m 56. I always get confused, you see,...
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The Feeling of Grief

The Feeling of Grief

Where does grief exist? Does it lie in our thoughts? Perhaps our gut, or is that merely the shock causing the knots? The heart? It’s not the same flutter as...
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Counseling Essential when Fertility Issues

Counseling Essential when Fertility Issues

A new UK study urges healthcare professionals to appreciate the psychological maelstrom that accompanies infertility. As discussed in the journal The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG), researchers explain that infertility is […]
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Does Sweat Convey Emotions?

Does Sweat Convey Emotions?

Can smelling another person’s sweat help us understand that the other person is happy? New research suggests this may be so, that humans may be able to communicate positive emotions […]
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