Brain power is needed constantly to maintain our careers, family, relationships, and health. Exercise comes in so crucial to optimize cognitive function and decision making. And, we could use that pretty much every day we have to do something difficult, which is usually every day, so read on. Read more “Brain Power: How Athleticism Keeps You Sharp”
“My life is over now…!” A father-to-be said this. His wife was accepting of that fact that he might feel scared and ambivalent, even though they planned the pregnancy, and despite the fact she was actually hurt by these words. Read more “The Change of a Lifetime – Men’s Reaction to Pregnancy”
By the title alone, I sound a bit superficial (ya think?). Yet, case studies and conventional wisdom have shown, if you desire a certain trait, acting as if you already obtain that traint can propel you to actually own it. Even if you were an athlete in the Olympics, “tricking” your brain into doing as you wish it to, is an ultimate tool in getting what you tell it. Read more “Fake It To Make It: A Guy’s Guide to Becoming the Person You Want to Be”
Wayne Brady is a household name in America and is known for being a cheerful and outgoing character in all of his appearances. He’s the guy that wants to make you smile! In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight (watch the video here), Brady says: “People are like, ‘Wayne Brady’s always happy!'” he says. “No I’m not. Because I’m human.” Read more “Even Celebrities Suffer from Depression: Wayne Brady’s Story”
Dealing with an emotional issue right now?
Just look at this video from the late 1940’s first recognizing mental health legislation in America. The depictions of the “ill” patients goes to show that back then, mental illnesses were thought of as severe. We hadn’t yet recognized such “invisible” conditions as functioning depression or moderate anxiety on a broadly accepted basis. Read more “May is National Mental Health Awareness Month”