While research psychologists are interested in increasing innovative thinking, clinical psychologists sometimes encourage patients to use artistic expression as a way to confront difficult feelings.
Trust is one of those things that sounds simple and easy but it can be an overwhelming hurdle to conquer.
For centuries, scientists have wondered why humans are driven towards kindness. What separates us from other animals? What makes us practice empathy. In a search for answers, scientists were able to come up with a few valid theories...
Here’s a typical thought process dream-chasers may have…
You're sucked into this moment where you walk into this pile of dog feces and you have no clue how you got there, or what the purpose was. Why did this happen?
When you give, you’re actually receiving. The idea of giving has always come from different ideas. “It’s at the expense of myself,” or “someone is taking something from myself.” The idea of giving creates further barriers such as “this person worthy of my help.” There are a ton of things that we create within our own heads that might stop us from helping.
After being in one place for so long, you become used to the routines. You become used to the terrain, the people and pretty much everything. The day’s spontaneity and wonder can be replaced with predictability and calculations. It’s great to be in the groove of things, but it’s important to leave your environment and explore. Leaving your comfort zone is great for your growth and productivity.
After all of the tragedies that transpired in the U.S. recently, I felt that this would be a great topic to discuss. The idea of forgiveness, which is very subjective as is all aspects of life.