When describing our two aspects of Heart and Mind, it begins to sound like these are separate from who we are. In truth, we are complex beings with a large repertoire of potential behaviors and powers.
When you study for a test and succeed to improve your score, this does not necessarily mean that you will also do better at the things the test predicts. This will happen only if studying for the test requires the acquisition of the skills needed to succeed outside of the testing room.
"My novels speak to everyone who's ever loved someone. We all know from experience or intuition about loss—I'm certainly no exception—and we all hope for the solace of redemption. The latter can take many shapes."
Two dogs named Bella were caught by illegal traps set by government workers. One died a horrific death and one survived after chewing off her own foot while choking for around 10 hours with a snare around her neck. These tales of two Bellas show just how brutally animals are treated by our government. The case was dismissed by the government as "an act of God."
Speak with any career advisor or read any book about professional development: networking with older, more experienced, more successful people is the most useful way to spend time. There is a problem with this advice. Networking is SO non-linear.
Until yesterday, there were only two reasons to stick with the projected date of DSM 5 publication (May 2013): 1) the need to coordinate DSM 5 with ICD-10-CM coding, which was scheduled to start Oct 2013; and, 2) the need to protect APA publishing profits in order to meet budget projections. The first reason just dropped out.
Dear Irene, I'm a junior in high school who has never been the most popular person. I'm generally the weird girl who eats lunch alone reading a book. However, over the past couple of years, I've made a few incredible friends.
When you hug your partner and express genuine compassion, or send a note in your young child's lunchbox letting her know you made that sandwich just for her, it's your good intentions—not just your nice behavior—that may significantly improve their day.
I've been active in several groups, associations, and boards for a couple of decades now and one of the interesting ongoing conversations is bringing diversity into the groups. Yes, there is data to support that boards benefit from diversity. And there's also data to support that they don't.