swampers + psychology   185

How to Be Happy in a “Fix Me” Culture
"We grow more like plants. They are perfect as in “complete” every stage of the way, never alone and disconnected. Instead, they grow in connection, with the soil, sun and water. Be patient with yourself as you are embedded in a garden that is not all under your control. Whenever you can, see to it that you are being nurtured, but do not forget to enjoy your present moment."
mental-health  health  psychology  self-care 
11 weeks ago by swampers
4 Things Not to Do When You Feel Anxiety
(I really need to learn these and more importantly remember them!)
anxiety  psychology 
september 2017 by swampers
The Man Box
A Study on Being a Young Man in the US, UK, and Mexico
men  feminism  UK  USA  Mexico  society  psychology  mental-health 
august 2017 by swampers
Solving the heroin overdose mystery
"Heroin, like other opiates, depresses activity in the brain centre that controls breathing" - I did not know this
drugs  overdose  psychology  medicine  death 
june 2017 by swampers
The parable of the extra cookie
"...being born on third base thinking you hit a triple is as American as apple pie at this point."
education  luck  psychology 
june 2017 by swampers
The psychological techniques of selling
Be aware of them - don't be a victim of them!
sales  psychology 
may 2017 by swampers
When the world is led by a child
"He is thus the all-time record-holder of the Dunning-Kruger effect..."
psychology  politics  USA 
may 2017 by swampers
The art of misdirection
One of my favourite TED Talks. Watch and listen carefully!
TED-Talks  psychology  magic 
may 2017 by swampers
« earlier      
per page:    204080120160

related tags

abuse  addiction  advertising  advice  age  allergies  anger  anxiety  apocalypse  apologies  art  attraction  awesome  baader-meinhoff  Batman  beauty  behaviour  belief  bias  biology  birth  books  bragging  brains  business  chemistry  childhood  children  chocolate  choice  collecting  colour  comic  communication  commuting  conflict-management  conversation  counselling  crime  criticism  culture  data  death  deep-learning  depression  design  diet  disability  disease  divorce  drugs  Dunning-Kruger  eating  economics  editing  education  emotion  emotions  equal-rights  evolution  experiment  eyes  facebook  faces  facial-recognition  facts  fail  failure  family  fascism  feminism  film  finance  food  free-will  funny  game-theory  games  gaming  gender-inequality  genius  geography  geology  grief  growth  habits  happiness  health  HeavyMetal  hell  history  Holocaust  homelessness  hugs  immigration  imposter-syndrome  inequality  instagram  intelligence  introversion  knitting  knowledge  language  law  laws  learning  light  logic  loneliness  longevity  loss  love  luck  machine-learning  magic  marketing  marriage  mastery  mathematics  media  medicine  memory  men  mental-health  metaphors  Mexico  millennials  mind  money  morality  mornings  movies  music  names  neurology  Norway  OhForFucksSake  overdose  pain  parenting  parents  perception  perfectionism  personality  persuasion  philosophy  physics  play  politeness  politics  polyamory  population  poverty  power  prehistory  prison  probability  procrastination  productivity  psychic  psychology  publishing  racing  racism  ratings  rationality  raven  reading  refugees  relationships  relativism  religion  research  rewards  risk  roads  sales  school  science  Scotland  self-care  self-worth  selfishness  senses  sex  shopping  shortstory  social-engineering  social-media  society  software  spoilers  sports  statistics  stats  stress  stupidity  suicide  supermarkets  survival  swearing  Sweden  technology  TED-Talks  terrorism  theft  time  toddlers  touch  transport  travel  trust  TV  twins  twitter  uber  UK  uniforms  university  USA  user-experience  via:andrewducker  video  violence  visualisation  war  webcomic  Westworld  willpower  words  work  wow  wtf  xkcd  xmas 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: