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Source Of Tormenting Thoughts?

Everybody has probably experienced unwanted or tormenting thoughts. So how do thoughts that a person doesn’t want get into her mind? What is their source? One possible cause of tormenting thoughts could be a person’s own will, choice, or desire. … Continue reading

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Is Your Brain Plastic?

Is your brain plastic?  Yes, according to what Dr. Norman Doidge, M.D. reveals in his book The Brain That Changes Itself. Psychiatrists and brain researchers have traditionally believed that human brain function is localized and permanently fixed — that specific … Continue reading

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