Aug 24 2015

Thumb Ring Diagnoses Sexually-Transmitted Diseases

The Hoope ring is worn on the thumb, and can reportedly diagnose diseases such as syphilis, gonorrhoea, chlamydia and trichomoniasis in less than a minute. It could also be adapted to detect other conditions.
Source: Thumb ring diagnoses sexually-transmitted diseases

Jun 03 2015

2 POWERFUL STRATEGIES YOU PROBABLY ARE NOT USING YET to COMBAT ADDICTION

Great! Well thought out Intelligence

May 27 2015

The Best Frozen Yogurt Is the One You Make Yourself | Serious Eats

Homemade frozen yogurt tastes better than anything you can buy at a fro-yo shop, and all it takes is two ingredients.
Source: The Best Frozen Yogurt Is the One You Make Yourself | Serious Eats

May 25 2015

Pop Brixton Houses Local Businesses in an Upcycled Shipping Container Campus

A new pop-up local business campus is set to open in Brixton, London, UK. Pop Brixton will be home to local independent start-ups and small businesses. It will be housed in a temporary shipping container village, but it is the project's ethos that is perhaps its most innovative facet.
Source: Pop Brixton houses local businesses in an upcycled shipping container campus

May 23 2015

All Shows | TestTube

TestTube is internet tv.
Source: All Shows | TestTube

May 23 2015

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD and ADHD) – Psych Central

Attention deficit disorder (ADHD) symptoms, resources, and treatment from Psych Central.
Source: Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD and ADHD) - Psych Central

May 23 2015

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – Psych Central

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms, resources, and treatment information.
Source: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - Psych Central

May 23 2015

Ways to Find Joy

Why not resolve to find more joy in your everyday life? Joy is what makes life beautiful. It's what gets us through challenges and allows light in to illuminate the shadows. Joy heals our wounds, inspires us to greatness, and fills our souls with goodness.

 
Here are simple ways I for accessing joy on a daily basis. I'd love for you to share your ideas and pictures with me. Please write your suggestions here in the comments section, 1. Play with kids.
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2. Play like a kid.
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3. Learn something new (play a new sport or game, learn how to cook a new dish). 4. Get out in nature.
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5. Help someone in a small way (by carrying their groceries or paying their toll on the highway). 6. Count your blessings. 7. Spend time with your pet.
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8. Travel.
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9. Nurture romance (spend time just kissing your partner, buy a surprise gift, write a love letter).
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10. Dress up in costume for no reason.
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11. Lose yourself in a great book.
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12. Laugh and smile, no matter how you're feeling. 13. Sing out loud. 14. Connect authentically with friends and family, sharing your vulnerabilities. 15. Dance. If you can't dance, just skip.
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16. Pay a compliment to a total stranger. 17. Listen to uplifting music. 18. Serve others. Volunteer.
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19. Exercise.
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20. Set a goal, then reach it (run that marathon, pass that test, lose those five pounds). 21. Meditate and enjoy the silence.
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22. Write a thank you letter or Facebook post to someone for no particular reason other than just to say "I appreciate you." 23. Get messy (go barefoot, play in the mud).
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24. Prepare and slowly eat a healthy meal.
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25. Offer to teach someone a new skill. 26. Memorize a poem. 27. Turn your errands into an adventure (by making a game out of finding certain items at the store or spotting yellow cars while driving there).
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28. Take a nap.
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29. Ask someone for help (and express appreciation for their guidance). 30. Watch a favorite old movie for the hundredth time.
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31. Discover a new smell (in the form of a candle, flower, or massage oil).
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32. Snuggle. 33. Get rid of stuff. (Take it to a homeless shelter. Lighten your load and make someone else's life better at the same time.)
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34. Watch a sunrise or sunset.
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35. Make a commitment to change a bad habit, then do it. 36. Create something.
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37. Eat a cupcake.
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38. Spend an evening by candlelight.
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39. Take a walk in the rain.
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40. Surrender (give it up to God).
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May 23 2015

20-Year-Old Dog Dumped at Shelter Learns What Hope Really Means

Reach out and help a pet.

I believe this is  one of the most important things you could do.

This is a sad story with a happy ending. For the love of animals. Pass it on.

7fac6592f97d5d4e4d98fbf14917e28c3ba765819254cbe80e10a528391bb4d1   Source: 20-Year-Old Dog Dumped At Shelter Learns What Hope Really Means

May 10 2015

Schizoid Personality Disorder – Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia

Schizoid personality disorder (SPD) is a personality disorder characterized by a lack of interest in social relationships, a tendency towards a solitary lifestyle, secretiveness, emotional coldness, and apathy. Affected individuals may simultaneously demonstrate a rich, elaborate and exclusively internal fantasy world.[1] SPD is not the same as schizophrenia. Some psychologists argue that the definition of SPD is flawed due to cultural bias: "One reason schizoid people are pathologized is because they are comparatively rare. People in majorities tend to assume that their own psychology is normative and to equate difference with inferiority". Therefore "[t]he so-called schizoid personality disorder is one of the more blatant examples of the APA’s pathologizing of normal human differences.
Source: Schizoid personality disorder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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