Archive for December, 2010

December 31

A Guide to Enlightened Living for the Lazy, Those Who Overachieve, and Everyone in Between.

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You can read my latest article for psychology today here.

December 31

December, Thoughts For….

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31. Gaily I lived as ease and nature taught,?And spent my little life without a thought,? And am amazed that Death, that tyrant grim, ?Should think of me, who never thought of him. René Francois Regnier

30. We’re all going to die, all of us, what a circus! That alone should make us love each other but it doesn’t. We are terrorized and flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing. Charles Bukowski

29. The selfish, they’re all standing in line…Faithing and hoping and to buy themselves time. Me, I figure as each breath goes by, I only own my mind….I know I was born and I know that I’ll …

December 22

The Four Part Cure For Happiness

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This is my latest article for Psychology Today. It focuses on how the ancient Greek Philosopher Epicurus’ work on happiness can be applied today.

December 20

Academic Cheating

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In the past I wrote a few articles related to cheating, both in regard to infidelitydishonesty, and academically. Today I received a heads up about this article that discusses some statistics about academic cheating. Enjoy.

December 7

Mindfulness Therapy Beats Antidepressant Medication in Preventing Depression Relapse

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Generally I don’t just present others articles on my site. But recently I was introduced to StumbleUpon, a site where you pick categories of interests, and the site randomly selects webpages for your viewing. Then, like Pandora, you “like” or “dislike” a site and stumbeupon, like Pandora, filters and selects sites for you. Generally I just post them on my Tumbr blog, Zeneveryman. But this article so fits my recommendations in my personal articles I felt it needed to be posted here as well.
Basically, this article provides some experimental proof of what I’ve been writing and recommending (such as the book “The Mindful Way Through Depression”). You can read it here.
The bottom line is …