Neuroscience Tag

Fear-based thinking in today’s world has many people in chronic fight or flight, regularly producing stress hormones which decrease their capacity to focus and to feel good. Our brain was designed to help us survive. But over centuries we have developed an unconscious negativity bias –...

Have you ever had the experience of feeling good, and then something happened that caused you hurt or disappointment?  It could have been that: Someone said or didn’t say something. Someone did or didn’t do something. You said or didn’t say something. You did or didn’t do something. Whatever that something...

Being happy means having more to give, being more available to opportunities, and handling more responsibility that leads to a fulfilling life. For most happy people it means feeling healthy, having a strong sense of well-being, and enjoying life. That all sounds good… but how do...