In honor of Veterans Day! Read the full piece here.
Written by: Liz Campese
Copyright: Rewire Me
Love, it’s a big deal – you know? It’s something we all crave, work for and hopefully get to experience, but it’s a strange and complicated emotion that has been very difficult to study scientifically. That is, until now.
Dr. Lucy Brown is one of the top researchers exploring the neurological basis of romantic love, and her findings are incredibly interesting. I got to interview this awesome lady for Brain World Magazine, and would love for you to read it.
Copyright: Brain World Magazine
I first learned about Frida Kahlo when my junior high school art teacher assigned her to me for a report. True, I learned to see surrealism and minimalism in a completely new light. But it was her personal story that resonated with me the most.
Frida Kahlo had one of the most interesting yet horribly sad lives I’ve ever learned about. Yet she remained a strong and independent soul that battled through every obstacle that stood on her way – and there were lots.
In honor of her passing on July 13th, 1954, I wanted to give you a glimpse of her amazing story.
If you’re the kind of person that has gotten into the habit of eating on a daily basis, I have some great news for you – you can eat your way to mental health!
It turns out that there is a very real connection between our diets and how we think and feel. No, you don’t have to do a major diet overhaul, but making a few small changes can yield big results. Check out more on the Talkspace blog.
*shameless self promotion alert – my artice about the neurological basis of love, featuring Dr. Lucy Brown, for Brain World Magazine is coming out this summer!