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5 Actions That Help In Strengthening Your Cognitive Strength

An article written by Murk Qazi: The antiquated Greeks perceived the association between the brain and the ...
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How To Say You Do!

An article written by Hira Shahid: Individuals we grip interfacing are the ones who matter are most ...
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Mirror, mirror on the wall: Youth narcissism and us

Youth narcissism and us We are home to an increasingly narcissistic generation, it is true. Increasingly prevalent empirical ...
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THE MEANING OF DEJA VU

What is deja vu and how do I recognize and use it in my life. "Deja ...
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Being “Sober” Versus Being in “Recovery”

What’s the difference between being “sober” versus being in “recovery”? There is an important distinction between ...
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Are More Intelligent People More Likely to be Alcoholics?

Are smarter people more likely to harm themselves with drugs and alcohol? Dr. Kanazawa has reissued ...
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The Pursuit of Happiness–Or the Quest for Wealth

The materialistic search for happiness is laden with paradox. Sadly, in our capitalistic culture today, the ...
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Beat Addictions and Procrastination

Three Minute Refutations (TMR) involve a powerful exercise for changing your addictive thinking. While the Three ...
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The Meeting Eyes of Love: How Empathy Is Born In Us

The mother's eyes are the refuge where children confirm their existence. You learn the world from ...
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If you do something too much, is it an addiction?

Diagnosing addiction can be tricky This week millions of families will gather together to celebrate a ...
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