Everyone has trauma. Put another way, no one doesn’t have trauma.
It’s a liberating truth, in a sense – your trauma is no more off-putting to a
Some of the worst parts of childhood are the rainy weekends where you can’t go anywhere. Or those birthday-party-Saturdays when you’re sick and Mom won’t
Before COVID-19, an entirely different kind of infection had hospitals all over the globe completely spooked. The threat behind that infection is, by one estimate,
The brain we develop reflects the life we lead.
– the Dalai Lama.
Makes sense, right?
Strangely, this is a contentious opinion in the world of neuroscience.
And it’s part of why Dr. David Perlmutter not only left the practice of mainstream neurology 10 years into his residency and opened his own practice, but recently wrote a book with his son about the effects of our lifestyles on our neural structures.
Are there times we shouldn’t just think and pray the pain away? Positivity can have toxic traits just the same as negativity can. Positivity definitely
Everyone’s metric for a “reasonable” occasion for tears is different, but there is one commonality — if there is a reasonable time to cry, there’s also an unreasonable time.
You probably have a metric yourself, if you really think about it…
Death of a loved one? Definitely. Let go from your job? Shed a few tears, it’s okay. Going through a breakup? Most of us agree that’s as good a time as any for tears.