Every woman is beautiful, and it’s up to her to see it and nourish it in herself. She must use her evolved beauty sensors to love the woman she is. When she has achieved this goal, others will certainly see her as beautiful.
My friend, Mr. Rollin Stirman, is truly an inspiring man. At 72 years old he launched a new business. Rollin and I talked about the many advantages of starting a new venture at this stage of life. We hope by sharing his list on the 15 gifts of aging, others will be inspired to harness the incredible productivity that can develop in later years.
Our ancestors lived in egalitarian groups that shared food, child care, and (surprising to some) sexual partners--and it was these conditions that gave birth to the design of our brains. It turns out that while we were designed for pairing, we are also designed for sharing. It is this ancient hardware that drives our behavior in curious directions...
There is no escaping our ancient sexual hardwiring when it comes to our primal responses to archetypes of beauty. We are, however, completely able to update our software. But to successfully update our beauty software, we must further understand our beauty hardware.
I have gathered my top seven neuroscience tips for vitality that have proven to be useful for virtually all of my patients, and I am eager to share them with you. In my previous articles, you learned about neuroplasticity, mirror neurons, and BDNF. Today, in my fourth vitality tip, you’ll learn about oxytocin—the root of intimacy, trust, and serenity.
We are hardwired for empathy via our mirror neurons Our brains have “mirror neurons” that fire when we watch others engage in activities and express emotions. Learn how to use mirror neurons to your advantage.
As a practicing psychiatrist, I have gathered my top seven neuroscience tips for vitality that have proven to be useful for virtually all of my patients, and I am eager to share them with you. Today, I'll talk about one of the best findings in neuroscience: Our brains are neuroplastic!
It seems every year (especially recently), we learn more and more about the effect of fathers. With mothers, the connections are tangible, overt, highly visible, and--in many cases--quite obvious. Fathers, on the other hand, have effects that--while enormous--may seem far less tangible and not nearly as powerful...unless you know where to look.
Social networking sites like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are turning people into brands. So how do we harness personal branding for happier brains? Personal branding is all about the art of selling yourself. Understanding how the brain works will make you more effective in “seducing” business opportunities.
Teens are wired to seek novelty and take risks because this is precisely what is required of them at this stage of development. The other huge driver at this age is to find a mate. Put all of these together, and BOOM.