The Rise Of The Not My Fault Society: How We Have To Reclaim Responsibility For Our Own Actions

A recent study, peer reviewed and published to the appropriate discipline’s journal revealed that people who eat in social settings, tend to match their table mate’s in terms of bite size, speed of eating and amount consumed overall.

A Psychologist’s Tips on Problem Solving

We all at times experience problems and seek solutions. How we go about seeking solutions will determine how speedily and successfully we resolve problems. But that’s not all when we attempt to solve a problem and fail the failed solution becomes part of the problem. This makes the original problem more complicated and difficult to …

Buddha’s Middle Path For Healthy Epigenetics and Spiritual Growth

In his childhood and youth, Siddhartha Buddha lived in luxury, indulging in many pleasures. Later he became an ascetic, giving up that worldly life to find spiritual enlightenment. He then came to the Middle Path between the two. From the Middle Path he experienced desire, but neither gave in totally to these indulgences, nor did …

How Being Polite Can Be Insensitive to People With Disabilities

Growing up, we are taught that it is not polite to stare at someone with a disability. However, we are so paranoid that we will mess up and stare that we don’t dare even look at the person. As a result, our well intended politeness inadvertently renders people with disabilities invisible. It is a tale …