What Does the Longest Study on Adult Development Tell Us About Life?

Human relationships and interactions are essential to our longevity and happiness. A Harvard study dating back to 1938 still continues on today. It is the oldest study of it’s type in existence and unlocks many key answers to living a long, happy and fulfilled life. Waldinger, the director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, said…

Calling All Mental Health Writers

Have you experienced a time in your life when you dealt with a mental challenge? – anxiety, depression or loss, to name a few. Did you learn any mechanisms for coping that you would like to share?Do you love to write about psychology and the mind?Do you have a desire to inspire others?  The Mind…

Distinctiveness And Consistency – The Building Blocks of Neural Pathways

The transportation of signals to and from the brain is done by these remarkable things called ‘neurons’. They are scattered throughout the body (largely the brain) in magnificent networks that join up at critical points to form the basis of neural pathways. Neural pathways are responsible for transmitting the information we have stored so that…