Head Talks: Take Control Of Your Mental Wellbeing

Head Talks: Take Control Of Your Mental Wellbeing

– My 13th birthday, I thought that I would actually go out and give myself a birthday present that I wanted and that was the first time I had sex, at 13, with a 26 year old man. And I didn’t realize that that was abuse. – I didn’t have any alcohol, I didn’t have …

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The psychology of magic: Where do we look for meaning in life? | Derren Brown | Big Think

The psychology of magic: Where do we look for meaning in life? | Derren Brown | Big Think

We live in a world now where we’ve comfortably dispensed with most myth and superstition for the last few hundred years. That’s the enlightenment project, you know, we have embraced a very rational approach to life and that’s wonderful and it has brought us many great things, but it’s also left us with a sort …

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Is Depression Real? What Pharmaceutical Companies Don’t Want You to Know – Marisa Peer

Is Depression Real? What Pharmaceutical Companies Don’t Want You to Know – Marisa Peer

– Hey, this is Marisa. So, I’ve been a therapist for over 30 years and in that 30 years I must have seen thousands and thousands of clients with depression, with bipolar depression, with indeed suicidal depression, with debilitating depression, and they all tend to say the same thing, “I’ve got the depression gene.” And …

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Why You Should Stop Saying “Sorry” (most of the time)

Why You Should Stop Saying “Sorry” (most of the time)

A few months ago I was walking down the street when a guy bumped into me so hard I almost fell over. And in the middle of the collision I said, “Oh, sorry!” A lot of us have been in situations where we say sorry when someone can’t hear what we’re saying, when we sneeze, …

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Could a drug prevent depression and PTSD? | Rebecca Brachman

Could a drug prevent depression and PTSD? | Rebecca Brachman

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Joanna Pietrulewicz This is a tuberculosis ward, and at the time this picture was taken in the late 1800s, one in seven of all people died from tuberculosis. We had no idea what was causing this disease. The hypothesis was actually it was your constitution that made you susceptible. And it …

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M.S. in Experimental Psychology

M.S. in Experimental Psychology

[Intro Music] Dr. Goedert: The goal of experimental psychology is to understand the human mind and to understand human behavior. Dr. Joh: Cognition, perception, neuroscience, these are topics that help us to understand who we are as people. Vicki: You think that you know about the mind because it’s a part of you, but the …

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How To Make Your Own Headache Easing Roller Bottle- DIY

How To Make Your Own Headache Easing Roller Bottle- DIY

Please like, share and subscribe. In today’s video we’re going to make our own headache-ease roller bottles and learn why you need to know how to make this fantastic do-it-yourself product for your home. First, of all the ingredients are simple and natural and making your own can be easier on the pocketbook. These do-it-yourself …

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How Gaslighting Manipulates Your Mind

How Gaslighting Manipulates Your Mind

Have you ever encountered a lie so blatant that it seems improbable someone would actually use it? So improbable that you start wondering maybe you are missing something or misremembering a story? Has anyone ever made you question your reality? Have you ever been gaslighted? This is another Field Guide to Bad Behaviour. Let’s explore …

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How to Form Habits That (Actually) Stick

How to Form Habits That (Actually) Stick

Now exactly one year ago, I set out to break what for me, was a bad habit: I wanted to stop using social media so much. I felt like I was addicted to late night scrolling, early morning scrolling, any time of day scrolling, really. It was my preferred method of procrastination, limiting my ability …

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