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Wisdom of a Third Grade Dropout

October 29, 2017 0

Opening Insights: A Son Learns, A Father Teaches Some people have parents who want to be their best friends, others have parents and role models. Parents and role models who embody an example of maturity [...]

The Brave New World of Education: Pot Degree

October 29, 2017 0

Opening Insights What is the state of academia and who saw thIn a Guardian Article, Terry Eagleton discusses that: "Academia has become a servant of the status quo. Its malaise runs so much deeper than [...]

‘Sex Addict’ Therapy Unlikely to Help

October 17, 2017 0

Opening Insights: Addiction Seduction Addiction is taboo. Yet addiction has subtly become the new normal for many unsuspecting participants. Whether it is alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex or the most prevalent, TECHNOLOGY... if we lack the [...]

The Abortion and Sentient Question

October 7, 2017 0

Opening Insights: Principles and Communication In 2017 amidst student chaos and protests, Ben Shapiro was invited as a Guest Speaker to UC Berkeley. During his talk he was asked by a student to defend his [...]

What is the Success Rate of Recovery in AA?

September 26, 2017 0

Opening Insights: Let's Get High, Who Cares? Addiction is rampant in our communities, businesses, schools and societies. It has become the norm - so much so that many of us just accept that this is [...]

The Neuroscience of Change

September 2, 2017 0

Opening Insights: Change Your Mind A You Are Not So Smart article/podcast by David McRaney, dated January 13, 2017, explores the realities of the neuroscience of changing our minds. The article touches on the problems [...]

All Clear for the Decisive Trial of Ecstasy in PTSD Patients

August 27, 2017 0

Opening Insights A Science article written by Kai Kupferschmidt, dated August 26, 2017, highlights the growing desperation of scientist to find fast-acting, evidence-based solutions to mental health problems. The article examines the use of psychotropic drugs [...]

Memories of Fear Could Be Permanently Erased

August 18, 2017 0

Scientists are working to permanently erase memories of fear and they are getting closer. New research in mice "reveals a new approach to wiping memories from the brain, demonstrating that specific memories can be weakened [...]

Is Coffee King?

August 10, 2017 0

Opening Insights Drinking coffee has become more than a norm, if has become a trend. According to E-Imports.com 2016 Coffee statistics show: The average person in the United States drinks 3.1 cups of coffee per [...]

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