Over the past few years most of us have heard the study results indicating that children laugh much more than adults; some of the discussions place the disparity as high as 300 times per day for children as compared with 15-20 times per day for adults. Whether or not there is significant research to support these outcomes, one thing is certainly...
Smile and the world clicks “like” with you.
New research published in Social Psychological and Personality Science suggests that the degree to which people smile for their Facebook photo is a good predictor of long-term well-being.
The researchers examined the Facebook profile photos of incoming freshmen, and had them fill out...
This will be the last poem I write
(please restrain your cheering)
until I‘m presented with
neurophysiological outcome research evidence
that they make a positive difference.
So far, writing them has wasted my time
and reading them has kept better men
from dong the world’s work.
This is unethical, unscientific,
and grounds for...
“Today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday.” – Author Unknown
I came across this diagram some time ago. When I saw it I laughed of course but deep down knew that this was an image portraying a hard truth.
Worry and anxiety can consume so much of our energy. I can’t even imagine the amount of time and energy that I...
It has been 10 years but as a society, we in the United States, are still reeling from the pain and trauma of 9-11. Some may not be as connected with the event as others, nonetheless the trauma that rocked our world that day has left a deep scar in the hearts, minds and souls of so many.
Our understanding of how a traumatic event impacts our...