Why unfairness makes you rage. Anger in response to injustice is one… | by Dana G Smith | Sep, 2020 | Elemental

This is a very detailed article and why we get angry because of inequality. Please read https://elemental.medium.com/why-unfairness-makes-you-rage-d7f684ae3de

Bad news-good news: Each additional ACE increases opioid relapse rate by 17%; each ACE-informed treatment visit reduces it by 2% – ACEs Too High

https://acestoohigh.com/2019/08/15/bad-news-good-news-each-additional-ace-increases-opioid-relapse-rate-by-17-each-ace-informed-treatment-visit-reduces-it-by-2/ Child abuse or severe neglect has now been known to be the direct cause of the top diseases that we fight in America every day, including the number one killer heart disease. Every year in America at least 400,000 children are born with the a c e score ( adverse childhood events ) ofContinue reading “Bad news-good news: Each additional ACE increases opioid relapse rate by 17%; each ACE-informed treatment visit reduces it by 2% – ACEs Too High”

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Psychology Today: Sri Lanka’s Tragedy and the Global Health Burden of Trauma

Psychology Today: Sri Lanka’s Tragedy and the Global Health Burden of Trauma. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/talking-about-health/201904/sri-lankas-tragedy-and-the-global-health-burden-trauma When I seen this article I knew that I had to read it, and the reason that is, is because for the past few years I have indulged myself into Ace scores, it is an acronym, Adverse, Childhood, Events. A.C.E. score. AContinue reading “Psychology Today: Sri Lanka’s Tragedy and the Global Health Burden of Trauma”

Microdosing reduces depression and mind wandering but increases neuroticism, according to first-of-its-kind study

https://www.psypost.org/2019/02/microdosing-reduces-depression-and-mind-wandering-but-increases-neuroticism-according-to-first-of-its-kind-study-53131

Are Near-Death Experiences Just Hallucinations? Scientists Weigh In | Inverse

https://www.inverse.com/article/53057-near-death-experiences-are-they-hallucinations-neuroscience-what-happens-when-we-die

The Social Synapse: Neuroscience and the Roots of Human Connections

A psychology researcher explains how social media is changing us

A psychology researcher explains how social media is changing us https://www.salon.com/2018/01/21/a-psychology-researcher-explains-how-social-media-is-changing-us/