Why should you consult a psychologist for your business

Everything we do is for people and by people.* When I speak about improving things about your business, often people think I mean working on workplace mental health improvement. That is not what I mean. Yet it is an easy assumption to make because if you know just a bit about psychology, you may have... Continue Reading →

The numbers will rise

The numbers will rise, stop staring at them. They grow and grow and we know the majority of real cases go undetected. I could infect my granny, you could infect yours, human contact is lava - avoid at all cost. You stare at the numbers, search for updates, try to make calculations. You seek out... Continue Reading →

Social code

I see you on the street. I know you know me. I say hello. Say hello, come on! Why do you hide your head? Pretend you didn't see? Isn't that a familiar situation? Isn't it familiar to occasionally do that to someone you're not quite sure they remember you or how they think of you,... Continue Reading →

Brain tawk is cheap

I need to share with you something important. If you want to think better and write better about your mind, consider the following: Neuroreductionism. Oh, what a nice complicated word! It is essentially assigning the properties of the mind to the brain. Saying that "my brain is so smart that it came up with such... Continue Reading →

What we all want

It's easy to fall prey to the belief that we want the things, goals, activities, people that we want because it defines us, because we free-willingly come up with these ideas, or destiny brings us to desire these. Whatever explanations people can come up with, there are a few points that can explain all our... Continue Reading →

About relationships, again

Many people have mentioned me their judgments about students going abroad for a semester and immediately finding themselves lovers or partners for life. They have expressed their concerns that "youth nowadays cannot just enjoy life, they must partner up the moment they experience freedom" indicating that they think it's wrong that people - statistically more... Continue Reading →

When you feel like $#!7

Nod if you've ever felt down. Emotional rollercoasters in the negative are philosophized to be good and even necessary for being able to appreciate and enjoy the peak experiences and moments of joy - pure or not. However, whenever those lows hit, the last thing in most of our minds is appreciating the different experience.... Continue Reading →

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