(Stillness in the Storm Editor) As one who studies history, psychology, and specifically, parenting, I can share that much has changed in the past 150 years. For most of human history, children were raised in communal settings with varying degrees of social interaction, but almost always a healthy amount of support from other people on […]
(Joe Martino) It seems everyone is seeking happiness. For me, I prefer to look at it as the search for peace and joy in life, as I find happiness can be too conditional, and anytime we have to look for or chase something, we are looking outside of us. Surely some of this is just semantics, […]
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(Hilde Larsen) By simply realizing that you are in charge of, and responsible for, your own life and health, you activate your inner power. That power has always been there, it never left you, it is who you are.
by Justin Deschamps, Motivation is an essential part of life. But not all forms of motivation are sustainable or conducive to a healthy mind and body. In our modern-day world, we have been trained to use reward and punishment techniques (behaviorism), but these ultimately come at the cost of long-lasting motivation. The most successful and happy […]
(Mark Denicola) Take a moment and reflect on some of the greatest accomplishments in your life thus far. Whether they involve a business feat, a travelling expedition, a visible six-pack, the attainment of a degree you once believed you would never get, or something that for one reason or another means a lot to you, I […]
(Carolanne Wright) Usually we don’t think of our immune system as highly intelligent and flexible, but rather, a mechanical process that (we hope) will take care of business in the background with minimal issue. In the world of science, however, this orientation radically changed in the 80s when it was discovered that the immune system is […]
Courtesy: kent.edu (Stillness in the Storm Editor) Here is a rather short but insightful article about how to maintain continued learning. The six steps provided are generally described so that they can be applied to an individual or groups for effective results. I have adopted similar methods in my own efforts to gain knowledge and […]