Once more unto the breach, dear friends. Where to begin? Last month we talked some about my own love for stories and looked just a bit at some of the things I love, but it wasn't quite the whole picture. What is myth, anyways? Myth is defined as a traditional story, especially one concerning the early … Continue reading Introduction to The Monomyth
The title is a bit clunky, but we'll digress about that later. Before I delve into posts about schools of thought, I got to thinking about why some would appeal to this group of people and others would appeal to that group of people, and why, even when we adhere to a certain school of … Continue reading Temperment and Personality and How They Influence Your Thinking
So we've gone over how depression and anxiety can be rooted biologically, and perhaps over the past week, you've done some searching, questioning, maybe experimenting to see if any of the roots I discussed last week ring true with you. But now we've come to that conclusion, what to do about it? Lots! Actually! While … Continue reading Biological Self-Care and Coping Pt That One
Oh, my goodness, this post got SO big I decidced to split it into two. In this post, we'll be focusing on direct chemical remedies. Before we go ahead, I'm putting up the disclaimer that in this post we'll be discussing things you put in your body to affect it. Some are Pharmaceutical, some considered … Continue reading Biological Self Care and Coping Pt This One
Hello! And welcome to the fun part! Let's dive right on in, ladies and gents. Depression and Anxiety share some very common roots, especially in the biological arena. If you already read Part This One, you will notice some repeat of information, but press on anyway, please. Repetition is key to learning! If you didn't … Continue reading Biological Theories Part That One: Depression
Hello and welcome to the fun part! If reading about Anxiety makes you anxious, I highly recommend you keep going. The biggest dragons guard the best treasure! Depression and Anxiety share some very common roots, especially in the biological arena. If you already read Part That One, you will notice some repeat of information, but … Continue reading Biological Theories Part This One: Anxiety
"Furthermore, we have not even to risk the adventure alone; for the heroes of all time have gone before us; the labyrinth is thoroughly known; we have only to follow the thread of the hero-path. And where we had thought to find an abomination, we shall find a god; where we had thought to slay … Continue reading Week Four: My Favorite Part.