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health.10ztalk.comIndulgent Balance | Psychology Today ⋆ health.10ztalk.comThere’s a better than good chance you’ve either invoked some sort of balance-oriented mantra today (“It’s all about balance!”), or it’s been (judgingly, cleverly) marketed to you in a parental-scolding-masquerading-as-self-love sorta way. I’m personally exhausted by calls for the balance-imperative as the only “responsible,” “adult” choice for how to live and operate. The “all things …2
owlnpussycatbookpromo.blog “Confined” by Barbi Barnard – #MysteryThriller&Suspense, #Suspense, #Psychological, #PsychologicalThrillers, #ThrillersConfined: [Kuh n-fahynd] Adjective Limited or restricted Unable to leave a place because of illness, imprisonment, discipline, etc. Being in parturition; being in childbirth. Origins of confined Co…1
news.harvard.eduMind wandering is fine in some situations, Harvard-based study saysWhile most of the psychological literature calls mind wandering a detrimental “failure of executive control” or a “dysfunctional cognitive state,” a new study led by Paul Seli, a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow working in the lab of Dan Schacter, suggests that in some cases there’s no harm in it.