Addiction as a means of self-regulation: circumventing the vicious cycle

If there is one thing I’ve learned in all of my life, it is that the body and mind are always right. And, the problem we think we have is almost never the actual problem, and if we ask a better question we will arrive at a better answer. The body and mind are alwaysContinue reading “Addiction as a means of self-regulation: circumventing the vicious cycle”

The Neural Mechanisms of Introversion and Extraversion: What Happens in the Brain?

Explore the neuroscience of introversion and extraversion. Why, at a neurological level, do some people tend towards introversion, and some towards extraversion?

Mental Health Awareness: What Really Makes People Different from Each Other?

I am absolutely bubbling with excitement because I’m about to share what I believe to be the most foundational aspects of mental health. By the end of this article, you will have a superior and much more nuanced understanding of what makes people different, and why this is essential to understanding mental illness.

Sketching, Sculpting and Seriously Bad Singing: Why Self-Expression Through Art is Good for Your Mental Health

How do you express yourself? Perhaps you sing in the shower, prance around in your pyjamas or even shimmy down the staircase. Whatever it is, self-expression encourages you to reveal your weird, whacky and wonderful self to others. It’s completely endearing and one of the greatest forms of self-love.

The Personality Profile of a Meditator: How Meditation Changes Your Personality and Who You Are

Meditation is perhaps the best kept secret when it comes to personality change. Those who meditate regularly and prioritize their practice reap rewards that are completely unknown to the average person.