When You Don’t Know What To Do Just Do The Next Right Thing | A Life In Progress


When you’re hurting or in a dark and scary space, just do the next right thing. When you aren’t sure how you’ll recover or come up for air again, and you can’t see your way forward, just do the next right thing..


Researchers Doubt That Certain Mental Disorders Are Disorders At All | Forbes


What if mental disorders like anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder aren’t mental disorders at all? In a compelling new paper, biological anthropologists call on the scientific community to rethink mental illness. With a thorough review of the evidence, they show good reasons to think of depression or PTSD as responses to adversity rather than chemical imbalances.


The Human Brain Builds Structures in 11 Dimensions, Discover Scientists


The brain continues to surprise us with its magnificent complexity. Groundbreaking research that combines neuroscience with math tells us that our brain creates neural structures with up to 11 dimensions when it processes information.


Learn to Look Beyond Words: It Is Pointless To Feel Emotional About Mere Utterances.


When we realise the futility of words, then we should know that our life is going deeper and we have started living. We live in words from morning till night. In this run of searching for purpose and purposefulness, we lose all purpose. It goes to such an extent that we don’t even have a sound sleep. Even at night we are bothered by words. Many people speak while sleeping. There does not seem to be a rest from words.


Your brain on cortisol: Why overstressed gray matter is leading us astray in lockdown


The prolonged traumatic, or “chronic toxic,” stress that most people have been experiencing throughout the pandemic makes it more difficult to keep desires in check, and it in turn promotes illogical pleasure-seeking, said Dr. Robert Lustig, a professor emeritus of pediatric endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco, and author of “Metabolical.”