I demonstrate how to calculate the mass of oxygen in the atmosphere. And I talk about nine reasons why the accepted values may be wrong.
These are all my good ideas and bad. I recommend you start with my favorite ideas. Or try doing a search. My ideas are sprinkled everywhere like seeds and some grow up to be books.
I call this concept “The rule of thirds.” We can use this rule to help us find alternate solutions or judge whether we are achieving success with the one solution we are using.
We talk about whether depression is in the mind or the body. And, another tool to help you feel better before you even know you need to feel better.
Oxygen depletion compared to carbon dioxide emissions. Author’s note: This isn’t one for my usual audience. It’s super heavy on the science. If you want to know the answer to how much oxygen is consumed by fossil fuels and three reasons why oxygen depletion may be the bigger problem, just skip to the bottom. (One
An introduction to my adventure in depression. A series about how to find/create more joy in life. Everyone can benefit from these life lessons and activities.
A weekend in Red River Gorge, near the Adventure Capital of Kentucky, gave me time to think about what I’ve achieved in my life so far.
When I was younger, I wanted to do something never done before. I wanted to conquer the world and stand on the tallest mountain. As I grow older, I see every day as a new adventure.
But is thinking the only way out of depression? Is depression simply mind over matter? If you are a fan of social media, you might think so.
You will be surprised what you discover with this reverse psychology trick that we can use on our “bad” emotions, whether that be depression or anything else.
Welcome to part 3 in my series on depression. Today, we will discuss whether happiness is a choice or not. And I will give you two more simple solutions to feeling better right now.
Is depression bad or good, abnormal or normal? Is depression a bodily sensation or an emotional feeling? The answer will surprise you and help you feel better.
Homeschool your family in an optimistic mental health strategy that not only teaches how to manage stress and stay healthy but get excited about the future.