5 Steps To Stop Fear In Its Tracks

    I rarely write publicly of my struggles with severe depression and anxiety. For several years, I have been answering reader questions privately via email, and I hope that by blogging about it here, more of you will find the help you are looking for. During my recovery, I not only learned powerful tools […]

A Prescription For Good Mood Food

  In our fast-paced world, it’s understandable that we seek the fastest solution to a problem. Advances in pharmacology have extended and improved the quality of millions of lives. But could we be reaching for a prescription bottle too often, forgoing other remedies that are within our own reach? When Dr. Drew Ramsey, a psychiatrist […]

“Going With The Flow” Never Felt Like This Before

  “Go with the flow.” Accept, adapt and move forward. It’s what we tell ourselves when life takes a curve in a direction we didn’t expect. But it would surely have a much different meaning to researchers studying what’s happening in the brain when people achieve great things. In that arena, “flow” is the term […]

Research Shows You Can Learn While You’re Sleeping

  You spend a third of your life asleep. Wouldn’t it be great if you could put that time to use? New research suggests you can. A recent study, published in Nature Neuroscience, contains groundbreaking findings that may change the way we view our time in bed. For the first time, researchers demonstrate that you […]

Memory Loss – What Is Normal And What Is Not

  With age, you may worry that your memory is not as sharp as it once was. This may be true. But if memory loss doesn’t interfere with your ability to function independently, it can be part of the normal aging experience. On the other hand, even if it doesn’t disturb your daily life, it […]

Register for the Free Tapping World Summit

  Today, registration officially opens for the Tapping World Summit 2013. This is a free online event that you can attend right from your own computer. Over 500,000 people have already attended the Tapping World Summit. It is one of the largest and most respected wellness events on the web. CLICK HERE TO GRAB YOUR […]

Is Your Job Bad For Your Brain?

  The daily grind — five days out of every seven, you wake up, go to work, leave work, go to bed. Rinse and repeat. There’s no way around it–if you’re working full-time, you spend almost half your waking hours on the job. So how does this affect your brain? Research all over the world […]

A Personal Letter For Christmas

  Below is a letter I wrote and sent to this community two years ago on Christmas day. On a day I thought no one was listening, I received hundreds of replies. Replies from those of you who vowed to check in on others that day and replies from those of you who desperately needed […]

5 Reasons Why Thanksgiving Is Good For Your Brain

healthy thanksgiving tips

  Ah, Thanksgiving, a time of gratitude, blessings, and a side of volcanic mashed potatoes spewing with gravy lava. This holiday ranks high in favorites amongst many Americans and for good reason too; after all, nothing is more precious than spending quality time with those you love most, albeit neck high in turkey stuffing and […]

How To Trick Your Brain Into Eating Less

Trick To Eating Less

    Dieting is one of those things that most of us will have to do in our lifetime. And while there are many different diets out there to try, the old adage of “calories in, calories out” (i.e. don’t eat more than your body needs) plays a pretty big part in most of them. […]