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
Trick question – there is no “right” way to rank your relationships. Although it is normal (in that most people find themselves doing it subconsciously or
Meet Dr Nicole Beurkens Dr. Nicole Beurkens’ career has spanned many areas of human development, health, and wellness. While she has served in diverse roles of
Sylvia Plath was not a scientist.
But surprisingly, she wasn’t wrong when she said…
“I’m sure there are things that can’t be cured by a good bath, but I can’t think of one.”
Bubble baths have gotten a lot of media attention in the last few years as the self-care movement picked up speed. We’ve talked before about the difference between self-care and self-soothing, and although they are both perfectly valid and necessary…
There’s nothing wrong with eating a second helping…
Unless, of course, you’re already full. And you’re not really sure why you’re eating the second helping. And when you’ve finished, you feel bloated and immobile and sleepy. And you fall asleep shortly after finishing, forcing your body to digest your meal in your sleep, which forces your digestive system to work twice as hard and impedes the quality of sleep you’re getting.
In the ever-evolving field of gut health research, scientists are asking the question: Is overeating less of a personal choice and more of a chemical response in the body?
In other words, can eating for pleasure, instead of eating to stave hunger, actually be traced to bacteria in the gut’s microbiome?
In 1943, even Abraham Maslow noted that there were flaws in the theory he presented when he published his paper, “A theory of human motivation.”