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Understanding the facial cues from another person is a component of empathy.
I’m safe, but you should be more careful online.
Was this violent shooter perfectly “normal” before the incident, no warning signs, no nothing, and just *snapped*? How do we even explore such a question?
The good, the bad, and the unethical.
Myth or Fact? Men aren’t told to self-examine at their annual appointments.
Overcoming the double-binds that bind us.
I didn’t drink, smoke or do drugs because I didn’t need those to have a good time—and still don’t.
Toothaches come in two forms, dull and sharp. They can be mild dull aches or all-consuming agony that scream at you that something is wrong with your teeth.
There isn’t a finite period to being fixed or all better.
Everything one needs to do in order to overcome (or work towards the recovery of) depression is compromised by the very symptoms causing the depression.
Healthy habits are the key to a long life.
Too often, we believe what our brains tell us. Beliefs like “I suck!”, “I’m such a stupid moron!” or “I am so ugly!” do so much damage, it can literally take a lifetime to see through that self-doubt and find the truth.
The system of government support is so badly broken and inadequate that I believe most autism families would do better with a self-directed program—at least I hope so.
This article investigates our current understanding of what the gut-brain axis is, the role of the gut microbiome, and how our physical and mental health can be compromised when communication between one or more parts along this axis becomes faulty.
I’m not sure if this increase in men being more concerned about their bodies is a result of the presence of social media in our lives or something else, but the struggle is real.