After COVID-19: What Will Be the Long-Term Emotional Effects?

We hear that we’re headed in the right direction as the curve continues to flatten and states begin to loosen restrictions and open up. For the first time, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel. Great … Continue reading

10 Ways to Develop Resilience In Sobriety

Sobriety is a concept that is sometimes misunderstood, and once misunderstood, the approach towards sobriety can be wrongly applied. For some recovering addicts, sobriety translates to a phase of misery, rather than as a time to improve oneself physically and … Continue reading

7 Assumptions Your Brain Can’t Help But Make

We all want to believe we are tough to fool. The problem is, even if you are not so gullible, your brain still works a certain way, making associations that create vulnerability to being easily fooled, or fooling yourself. It … Continue reading

3 Simple Steps to Make Your Learning Stick

Every day we’re hit with an enormous amount of new information. Whether it’s coming from a news article, story, or experience, it can be difficult not to feel overwhelmed by the onslaught of messages that our brain receives.  It can … Continue reading

7 Ways To Make The Most of Social Isolation

Social isolation is not ideal. It’s not good for our individual physical health, mental health, or the global economy. But right now it must be done for the collective wellbeing. When cinemas, bars, restaurants and malls close down and we’re … Continue reading

Five Ways to Make Learning at Home More Fun

Whether you’re homeschooling or simply encouraging your child to learn over the holidays, it can be difficult to move away from the idea that homework is stuffy, boring and a chore. Encouraging your child, no matter their age, to get … Continue reading