Today’s Solutions: May 28, 2024

Why do so many children detest

Why do so many children detest vegetables? Scientists may have unravelled the mystery

Humans are social creatures, and our behaviors, particularly those linked to eating, are frequently influenced by what we watch in others. Social modeling is an important phenomenon that influences our dietary preferences and consumption patterns. Evaluating facial expressions and food Read More...

Climate Anxiety

Coping with climate anxiety through connection

“It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied into a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one destiny, affects all indirectly.”  — Martin Luther King Jr.  Constant news updates are inescapable. Wildfires Read More...

Therapy

ACTV therapy model reduces recidivism for domestic abuse

There is a growing trend in the United States to reduce crime and recidivism by educating, treating, and reforming individuals rather than punishing them with harsh sentences. This takes on many forms. The First Step Act, for instance, seeks to reduce existing sentences and reincarceration through Read More...

State of Flow

The formula of “flow”: how we get in the zone at work

We’ve all experienced the fulfilling experience of “flow.” This is the immersive and usually elating state of mind we reach when we are creatively moving from one sentence to another deep into a writing project, reacting thoughtlessly and rapidly in a basketball game, or even operating at Read More...

Roasted coffee beans.

Could caffeine be used to treat ADHD?

An estimated 4.4 percent of adults are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, a neurological condition where people find it hard to pay attention or control their behavior and experience hyperactivity. Diagnoses of this condition have increased exponentially over the Read More...

Healthy Meditation

How meditation helps the mindset of people coping with disease

Keeping our spirits up is important for all of us, no matter the task at hand, and that's easy to forget sometimes as we trudge along. When someone receives a life-changing medical diagnosis, it’s difficult enough to maintain the strength to endure treatment, let alone foster an outlook that lets Read More...

Tired business woman leaning with her head against glass wall of office building

Experiencing burnout? Use these tips to bounce back

With the chaotic rhythms that today’s society dances to, chances are you’ve heard of burnout, and you may have even experienced it. This unfortunate condition is caused by chronic work stress and is usually related to the lack of energy one has towards a daily job or activity.  Burnout is Read More...

Sad woman sitting by herself on the grass observing the sunset

Do this to stop feeling insecure

All of us feel insecure sometimes. It’s unavoidable. But if you feel insecure most of the time, or in many different situations, you’re suffering more than might be necessary. What is chronic insecurity? Insecurity has many root causes, but chronic insecurity is different, as it almost Read More...

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Here are 6 ways to become more self-curious

If we want to fulfill any of the goals we set for ourselves at the start of a year, the first step is to develop a strong sense of self-awareness. To do this, you need to cultivate a sense of self-curiosity so you gain the self-awareness you need to actually move forward and achieve the things you Read More...

someone playing Wordle on their smartphone

The psychological reason we're so taken with Wordle

If you use any kind of social media platform, you may notice the sudden appearance of gray, green, and yellow boxes in grids cluttering up your news feeds. This is because of the latest online craze, a game called Wordle. What's Wordle anyway? If you’re unfamiliar with this online game, let us Read More...