To learn to be sober, learn to delay (Psychology... →
psychotherapy: One strategy for handling cravings is to practice delay. A delay is a good learning opportunity: a stretch of time to live, even for an hour, without a drug of choice. A delay can also open the space for an interruption (a phone call, good news) to get someone’s mind off her craving... …Cravings drive us to indulgence with a nasty tunnel vision—and interruptions can save us from...
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psychobabble: Power Naps Boost Brainpower →
New research suggests an hour’s nap can dramatically boost and restore your brainpower. Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley discovered a nap can not only refresh the mind, but make you smarter. Conversely, the more hours we spend awake, the more sluggish our minds become,… yun. tama lang matulog sa opis anytime? ^^,
We drink too much, smoke too much, spend too recklessly, laugh too little, drive...– George Carlin (via oncewild) (via motels) (via yerawizardharry)
Sa totoo lang. Oo, miss kita. At, oo, affected ako na parang nagtatampo ka. Pero di pa din ako sigurado sa sarili ko… Kaya ganito nalang muna…
Heartbroken? Take a Tylenol, Seriously |... →
funeral: The kind of pain that you feel when you get rejected socially feels different from the hurt you feel when you break your leg or scald your hand, but neurologically speaking, they’re closely related. As researcher Naomi Eisenberger has shown, circuitry underlying both sorts of pain are found in the anterior cingulate cortex. But if that’s the case, can a drug that dulls pain in the body...
Trust only movement. Life happens at the level of events, not of words. Trust...– Alfred Adler
We should all start to live before we get too old. Fear is stupid. So are...– Marilyn Monroe