Meditation Changes Your Body on a Cellular Level, New Study Finds

The go-to solution, when sick, has been running to the doctor’s office and loading up on antibiotic prescriptions. It works, and this treatment seems to be the easiest and most convenient way to end the life of those sniffles, coughs and sore throats. As far as more serious conditions go, … READ MORE

What Is An Ambivert and How to Find Out If You Are One

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Introvert this, extrovert that; Not a day goes by that I don’t see an article that talks about the problems that these personality traits face.  “Things only introvert or extroverts will understand!” Well, what about the ambiverts? Wait?! What?! I have been an extrovert for the better part of my … READ MORE

14 Truths about Being an Introvert (That Mainly Introverts Will Understand)

In her book “Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking“, Susan Cain illustrates how today’s world has created an Extrovert culture; the ideal is to be sociable, loud, bold, and it is so because it resonates with how most of our interactions are nowadays. We … READ MORE

Amazing Facts about the Psychology of Learning and Memory

Psychological research has long been fascinated with how humans learn and retain memories. As a result of this fascination research has revealed some amazing facts of exactly how the brain learns and remembers. Recalling Memories Changes Them This is bad news for the expert eyewitnesses. Research by Neuroscientist Daniela Schiller, … READ MORE

New Study Reveals the Link Between Strong Relationships and Success

There are many ways that human beings become successful in life – buying a new home, embarking upon a new career and also raising a family. These situations do not come easy, however, and may even take some serious patience and hard work. Another way that humans become successful is by feeling … READ MORE

Reversing the Emotions of the Memory: Scientists Find a Way to ‘Erase’ Negative Memories

Depression, anxiety and PTSD disorder – these conditions have one thing in common. They are built upon negative memories, sometimes even highly traumatic events called emotional associations or Valences. These Valences are directly responsible for reminiscence, but in the negative form. Social anxieties and other disorders grow as the negative … READ MORE