Proactive Neuroplasticity and Positive Behavioral Change (Guest Post)

Robert F. Mullen Neuroplasticity is evidence of our brain's constant adaptation to learning. Scientists refer to the process as structural remodeling of the brain. It's what makes learning and registering new experiences possible. All information notifies our neural network to realign, generating a correlated change in behavior and perspective.  What is significant is our ability [...]

Simple Ways To Decompress In The Workplace

Simple Ways To Decompress In The Workplace

By Gabrielle Walters When you enter the workplace you may find that your job becomes most of your life. You spend the majority of your time there and it consumes a large portion of your thoughts and concerns. Dealing with coworkers, commuting, and meeting deadlines are some of the many factors that make working stressful. [...]

Dysfunction is Evidence of Our Humanness (Guest Post)

Dysfunction is Evidence of Our Humanness (Guest Post)

By Dr. Robert F. Mullen  There is a joke that circulates among mental health professionals. Why do only 26% of people have a diagnosable mental disorder? Because the other 74% haven’t been diagnosed yet. We are all psychologically dysfunctional in some way. “Mental illnesses are so common that almost everyone will develop at least one diagnosable [...]

Why Retail Stores Are Using Branded Face Masks?

Face masks have not remained useful only as protective gear but have become an important part of our wardrobe with other apparel. New and unique designs of masks are finding their way in the stores and people are demanding branded logo face masks matching with their main outfits. Face masks have become an effective way [...]

Unrealistic Relationship Goals

By AD A conversation to set clear expectations of what you’re looking for should take place early on when you first start to talk to a person so the two of you can be on the same page. Yet, unrealistic goals can end a potential relationship before it even starts. Relationship Ultimatum One Week After [...]

How Make Your Life More Interesting And Meaningful

Don’t we all strive for doing something interesting every single day? Don’t we all get up from bed thinking today would be awesome? I am sure we all believe that. But what are the things that we can do all day long to make our lives more interesting, meaningful, and full of fun? So here [...]

6 Reasons Why Reading Increases Positivity

By Elli from NeedtoRead Everyone strives to be more positive, happy, and healthy. It's a goal we all have in mind, and subconsciously try to work towards day by day. But what if I told you that reading isn't always just a pastime, and can actually help you obtain this goal? #1. Different Points of [...]

I Don’t Think We’re Ever Going Back

By Xandria  I'm writing this from my bedroom in my parents’ house. I'm working on a small desk in the corner of the room, and there's a cool breeze coming in from the window in front of me. Sounds pretty great, right? This is day 35 of quarantine for me, I only leave the house [...]

Death, Trauma, And The Pandemic: A Personal Look

By Law Matheson Disclaimer: I am not a doctor or medical professional; This is not medical advice or scientific fact; the following article is simply my personal findings on studying Covid-19 via the Internet. The following article is not intended for anything more than a personal opinion piece.) To those that do not know me- [...]