Experts lay the origin of certain mental health complaints squarely at the foot of one's early life experiences. That said, can they really account for as much as is suggested? If not, should psychological interventions be tailored to take this thought into account? Environment and Genetics - Nature versus Nurture. Marsha hosts a Writer’s Quotes… Continue reading The World in Our Mind
Often time in comments with other bloggers, we compare our lives in various parts of the world. People approaching retirement seek a lifestyle change. Country folks who have farmed all their lives will often move to the city whilst city dwellers move to the beach or a quiet country areas. In selecting where we live… Continue reading How is Australia like Europe?
This is not my list but I am going to use this to practice one aspect today. Which one speaks to you today? Pick one today to aspire to.
“Few will have the greatness to bend history itself, but each of us can work to change a small portion of events. It is from numberless, diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped. Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or… Continue reading Ways to Improve Life during the Year of Covid
I’m ‘pulling up stumps,’ I declared. I was announcing to friends that I was to leave my inner-city lifestyle and was moving to a Home by the Sea. A Seachange is the correct word, I believe. "What. Why?" was the plaintive responses from colleagues and friends. "Why move further out? That's a long commute." Especially… Continue reading Retiring to a Seachange
Do you read Product Reviews before buying a product? The content of product reviews are increasingly influential for the public, when it comes to future purchasing choices. The opinion of the majority, or, the 'herd,' also known as 'Group think,' is seen as paramount, as we discussed in a previous post . Marketing techniques that… Continue reading When Marketing Gets It Wrong