For years I tried to get myself motivated to exercise regularly and intensively, only to fail every time. It was only until recently that this changed. My solution, like most of the things on this blog, was roundabout – but just like the others, it’s worth discussing.
Tag Archives: psychology
People as Means
We tend to see treating people as a “means to an end” as a bad thing… but what if it’s the only way we treat others?
I’ve touched briefly on the psychology of research development in the past, but one question remains of interest to me: do we only publish and cite research that we want to believe is true, whether we know it or not?
Mental Illness is Not a Permanent State
The past few weeks on this blog I’ve discussed the similarities and differences between physical illness and mental illness quite a lot. In this post I wanted to deep dive on this topic, and also explain how just like physical illness, mental illness is not a permanent state.
Any investor can tell you about how diversifying your assets can help you. But can diversifying your social relationships help you just as much?