Welcome to the June 18, 2007 edition of brain fitness. We hope you will enjoy some of the great posts below! We are happy to see a broader interest in the topic since we launched the carnival in January-thanks to everyone involved.
Education and Professional Development
Brett Steenbarger presentsÃ‚Â a great 3‑part series titledÃ‚Â Trade Like a Scientist‑Ã‚Â The Scientific Mindset posted at TraderFeed.
Michael Krotchie presents Visualizing your way to success! posted at Tucson Real Estate News Straight From the Old Pueblo, saying, “Visualizing your way to success!”
Stephanie presentsÃ‚Â Two gifts for you on the ‘net: One on NeuroLeadership and the other on storytelling posted at idealawg
Scott presents Top Five Things That Stress College Students Out posted at College and Finance.
Shaheen Lakhan presents The Evidence for Neurologically Determined Anorexia Nervosa Behavioral Patterns posted at GNIF Brain Blogger.
CT Today presents Research Results: More Cognitive Therapy Studies than We can Keep Up WithÃ‚Â posted at Beck Institute’s Blog
Christopher Depelteau presents The Chronic Seizure Disorder.….….Epilepsy posted at MRI LINKS AND OTHER COOL THINGS, saying, “There has always been a sort of stigma about seizures, dating far back into our history. People thought that patients experienceing seizures were possesed.”
Talia Mana presents Sleep Disorder Misdiagnosed as mental illness, fibromyalgia, alien abductions! posted at Centre for Emotional Well-Being, saying, “The story about how my sleeping disorder got misdiagnosed for almost 20 years”
Health and Wellness
FitBuff presents I Can’t Sleep! — 4 Common Causes of Insomnia posted at FitBuff.com’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, “Almost everyone, including myself, has had or is having trouble sleeping. Remember what it felt like to wake up feeling completely refreshed and eager to start the day? This article will help you identify the four most common causes of your insomnia AND what you can do to start sleeping more peacefully TONIGHT!”
Hueina Su presents Homecoming to You: Re-connecting with Your Authentic Self posted at Intensive Care for the Nurturer’s Soul, saying, “Learning to love & connect with your Authentic Self is critical in relationships. Whenever we say we should or must do something or feel/behave in a certain way, we are judging ourselves. We are saying that there is something wrong with whatever we are currently feeling/doing, and that’s why we need to change (for someone else’s sake). When you judge yourself this way, either consciously or unconsciously, on a regular basis, you are denying your Authentic Self, and damaging your self-esteem. Here are some steps you can take to re-connect with your Authentic Self.”
News about the Field
Personal stories and techniques
FitBuff presents How I Lifted 50 Pounds with My Mind posted at FitBuff.com’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, “Fascinating story of a firsthand experience of “mind over matter” — 50x25= 1,250 pounds of it, to be exact!”
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