February 22, 2020
Author Anita Oommen invites us to heal alongside her by sharing her personal journey in healing from rejection.
February 20, 2020
Experts from Sleepopolis teach us about the impact mental health has on sleep.
January 22, 2020
S. Anne Kelln of Running in Shadows shares her personal experience with depression and suicide.
TRIGGER WARNING: This post discusses topics including: suicide, mental illness, hospitalization, and child abuse.
January 7, 2020
Fishspit shares his experience with electroconvulsive therapy in an excerpt from his piece, “My Electro-Convulsive Treatment Experience.”
December 31, 2019
Could 2020 be the widespread revival of psilocybin research, possibly leading to a medical industry that models the medical marijuana industry?
November 22, 2019
The Green Ace shares natural, alternative remedies to help treat depression.
October 22, 2019
The field of psychology often hones in on understanding mental and behavioral disorders. Every time a new Diagnostic and Statistical Manual is released, psychologists and psychiatrists are tasked to familiarize themselves with an ever expanding list of disorders as well as updates to previously defined terms.
At the cusp of the 21st century, Martin Seligman, P.h.D. sought to change that by pursuing the field of positive psychology, says University of Penn.
October 20, 2019
Unencumbered by words and semantics, plants express themselves through their luscious leaves and abundant blooms, which are the result of carefully calculated survival tactics that almost seem “thought out.”
These physical characteristics can tell human observers a lot about how the plant is doing; whether it needs more water or sunlight, warmth or humidity, and so forth – but, plants don’t have eyes like we do. They don’t have brains like ours, yet research shows they possess intelligence.
How far does that intelligence go? Do plants “think?”