Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig Van Beethoven, and Johann Sebastian Bach – what these three musical virtuosos have in common is that they all hold IQs of 165, and all of them started learning classical musical instruments at an early age. Since these child prodigies, and many … [Read more...] about Can Playing an Instrument Make You Smarter?
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Without creativity in our lives, our surroundings would be blank canvases that would never be filled. Buildings would probably be sad, windowless grey blocks, and our closets would be packed with lifeless, formless clothing. Luckily, the original trailblazers of creativity, along … [Read more...] about 7 Secrets of Highly Creative People
A recent study funded by the dating site eHarmony found that couples who met online were slightly less likely to divorce (and slightly more satisfied) than those married couples who met offline. The study looked at American couples married between 2005 and 2012 and found data … [Read more...] about Study: Couples Who Meet Online are Happier
by Dr. Tali Shenfield, Clinical Psychologist Memory doesn't always fade away. It can persist, even to our detriment. Those afflicted by post traumatic stress disorder are often haunted by memories and images of traumatic events to a point where it becomes unbearable. The … [Read more...] about Persistent Memories and PTSD
Stress. Emotion. Trauma. What we know about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD is that it is a series of symptoms born from a traumatic incident outside normal experiences, such as assault, combat, or disaster. Often, PTSD is a delayed response that surfaces by a trigger. … [Read more...] about What is PTSD?