This interview with Robert Whitaker— Psychiatry Now Admits It’s Been Wrong in Big Ways – But Can It Change?—is well worth reading. Whitaker has been an influential critic of psychiatry’s misuse of antipsychotic drugs as well as its models for diagnosis and treatment. 573 more words
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If you can bring any aspect of mindfulness into the classroom, introducing your students to the concept of “Gratitude,” and finding opportunities to engage in gratitude daily, can be one of the most beneficial practices for students. 177 more words
I have a Dream!!!
What’s your Dream?
I have a dream.
Technology that delivers every person on the planet with all the necessities of life – clean air, fresh food, clean water, housing, sanitation, transportation, communication, information, tools. 1,442 more words
Are feelings and intuition purely a brain response or do you feel other organs like the heart or the stomach (e.g. 542 more words
Many mathematicians, when pressed, admit to being Platonists. The great logician Kurt Gödel argued that mathematical concepts and ideas “form an objective reality of their own, which we cannot create or change, but only perceive and describe.” But if this is true, how do humans manage to access this hidden reality?