PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT

Why The Things You Remember Best Happened When You Were Between 15 And 25

Why The Things You Remember Best Happened When You Were Between 15 And 25

Chris Moulin, Université Grenoble Alpes ; et al
Seven Steps to Make Peace with the Suicide of a Loved One
Seven Steps to Make Peace with the Suicide of a Loved One
by Adele Ryan McDowell
Suicide can be a plea for help, a response to mental illness, or the last gasp of despair. Suicide…
Seven Ways To Traverse Your Way Through Any Transition
Seven Ways To Traverse Your Way Through Any Transition
by Servet Hasan
Life’s challenges are universal and eventually will find us. Whether you're moving to a new city,…
The Happiness We Think Elusive Is Right Under Our Noses
The Happiness We Think Elusive Is Right Under Our Noses
by M.J. Ryan
To experience happiness in our daily lives does not mean hiding our heads in the sand. It’s not…
Love and Pointers in Harmonious Human Relations
Pointers in Human Relations: Unless the Personality Has Love It Sickens…
by Joseph Murphy
Sigmund Freud said that unless the personality has love, it sickens and dies. Love includes…

SOCIAL & POLITICAL

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How Did Public Bathrooms Get To Be Separated By Sex In The First Place?
by Terry S. Kogan, University of Utah
For years, transgender rights activists have argued for their right to use the public restroom that…
Why Don’t Prime-Age Workers Feel Like Working?
Why Don’t Prime-Age Workers Feel Like Working?
by Dean Baker and Kevin Cashman, CEPR
According to many economists, the economy is at or near its full employment level of output; see,…
Adapting To Drought: A Better Way To Measure Water Scarcity
Adapting To Drought: A Better Way To Measure Water Scarcity
by Kate Brauman, University of Minnesota
Water crises seem to be everywhere. In Flint, the water might kill us. In Syria, the worst drought…
Why Physical Scientists Can’t Tackle Climate Alone?
Why Physical Scientists Can’t Tackle Climate Alone?
by Laura Seaman, Stanford University
"Getting the social cost of carbon right is most pressing, given its importance to policy," says…

INNERSELF VOICES

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Horoscope Current Week: October 18 - 24, 2021
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and…
girl wearing a Covid mask outside carrying a backpack
Are You Ready to Take Off Your Mask?
by Alan Cohen
Sadly, the Covid pandemic has been a rough ride for lots of people. At some point, the ride will be…
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Putting A New Spin On Our Thoughts and Experiences
by Jude Bijou
What goes on in the world, just is the way it is. How we interpret other people, things, and…
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Designing a New Future for Yourself
by Carl Greer PhD, PsyD
In the physical world, things have a past and a future, a beginning, and an end. For example, I’m…
teacher standing in front of students in an open classroom
Becoming Passionate About Public Education Again
by Robert Jennings, InnerSelf.com
We are almost all lucky to have someone in our lives to encourage and motivate us and try to show…

LIVING IN HARMONY

The Allure And Dangers Of Superfoods

The Allure And Dangers Of Superfoods

Jessica Loyer, University of Adelaide
Brain Scans Dispel Theory About Stimuli And Autism
Brain Scans Dispel Theory About Stimuli And Autism
by Mark Michaud, University of Rochester
A new study challenges the hypothesis that nerve cells in the brains of people with autism spectrum…
What's Driving The Worldwide Obesity Epidemic?
by Lisa Oberlander, Paris School of Economics – École d'économie de Paris; DISDIER Anne-Célia, École Normale Supérieure (ENS) – PSL, and Fabrice Etile
The rise of obesity around the globe has led the World Health Organization (WHO) to urge countries…
How Flexible Work Is Making Us Work Longer
How Flexible Work Is Making Us Work Longer
by Heejung Chung, University of Kent
Imagine if you could work whenever and wherever you wanted to. Would you work less and enjoy more…
Rekindling Our Creative Fire Rewards Us with Power and Energy
Rekindling Our Creative Fire Rewards Us with Power and Energy
by Nora Caron
Within ourselves we contain seeds of great creativity. We are usually afraid of our own powers so…

MOST READ

How Living On The Coast Is Linked To Poor Health
How Living On The Coast Is Linked To Poor Health
by Jackie Cassell, Professor of Primary Care Epidemiology, Honorary Consultant in Public Health, Brighton and Sussex Medical School
The precarious economies of many traditional seaside towns have…
The Most Common Issues for Earth Angels: Love, Fear, and Trust
The Most Common Issues for Earth Angels: Love, Fear, and…
by Sonja Grace
As you experience being an earth angel, you will discover that the…
How Can I Know What's Best For Me?
How Can I Know What's Best For Me?
by Barbara Berger
One of the biggest things I've discovered working with clients…
What Men’s Roles In 1970s Anti-sexism Campaigns Can Teach Us About Consent
What Men’s Roles In 1970s Anti-sexism Campaigns Can Teach…
by Lucy Delap, University of Cambridge
The 1970s anti-sexist men’s movement had an infrastructure of…
Honesty: The Only Hope for New Relationships
Honesty: The Only Hope for New Relationships
by Susan Campbell, Ph.D.
According to most of the singles I have met in my travels, the…
Chakra Healing Therapy: Dancing toward the Inner Champion
Chakra Healing Therapy: Dancing toward the Inner Champion
by Glen Park
Flamenco dancing is a delight to watch. A good flamenco dancer exudes…
Giving Up All Hope Could Be Beneficial For You
Giving Up All Hope Could Be Beneficial For You
by Jude Bijou, M.A., M.F.T.
If you're waiting for a change and frustrated it's not happening,…
An Astrologer introduces the Nine Dangers of Astrology
An Astrologer introduces the Nine Dangers of Astrology
by Tracy Marks
Astrology is a powerful art, capable of enhancing our lives by…
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How Neoliberalism's Moral Order Feeds Fraud And Corruption
How Neoliberalism's Moral Order Feeds Fraud And Corruption
by Jörg Wiegratz, University of Leeds and David Whyte, University of Liverpool
Corporate fraud is not just present, but is widespread in many…
How Planned Parenthood Has Helped Millions Of Women
How Planned Parenthood Has Helped Millions Of Women
by Maureen Miller, Columbia University Medical Center
Planned Parenthood has allowed generations of low-income women to…
InnerSelf Newsletter: June 21, 2020
InnerSelf Newsletter: June 21, 2020
by InnerSelf Staff
We, as individuals, as a society, and as a planet, are in a state of…
How To Practice Spiritual Surrender and Integration of Your Purpose In Every Moment
How To Practice Spiritual Surrender and Integrate Your…
by Vishnu Swami
Spiritual wisdom is not simply meant to be philosophy, some ambiguous…
Understanding Your Relationship to Your Past to Better Shape your Future
Understanding Your Relationship to Your Past to Better…
by Dena Merriam
Each of us passes through an array of experiences that creates a…
Which Vaccinations Should You Get As An Adult
Which Vaccinations Should You Get As An Adult
by C Raina MacIntyre and Rob Menzies
Before vaccines were developed, infectious diseases such as…

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