Suppose you’ve been with your partner for a long time. Your relationship is stable and your overall well being is good. Suddenly, you’re told to sit down “we need to talk”. By the way, whenever a conversation is started like this, prepare yourself as its not going to be a nice one. So you sit … More A View of Perspective
A New Years Resolution of mine for 2015 was to read more books. Unfortunately, I failed to meet this ambition, as I only read a few (Magic of Reality by Richard Dawkins, Edison’s Very Crude Explanation of Quantum Mechanics: Where Science and Spirituality Begin to Meet, by Edison Thomas and Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman). Of course, … More What Is Life?
My Granddad, I would say is a fairly youthful chap at heart. He’s 70, enjoys his horse racing, taking the dog for a walk, plays for his local crown green bowling team, and generally just enjoying well deserved retirement. Oh, I almost forgot, he also loves to play the Xbox! Despite this unusual hobby for … More Texting is Killing Language: The Evolution of Language
I hate to sleep. For me it is the burden of my day. If I can, I like to stay up late and get up early. If I happened to stumble across a magic lamp and a genie popped out, (do you imagine the genie from Aladdin?) one of my obligatory three wishes would be … More Tweeting Towards Immortality
We all do it, don’t we? Compare ourselves to others? Whether it be to make ourselves feel better or to use someone’s skill or knowledge as a yard stick to live upto. Or is it just me? I think we all feel influenced in many ways by others and it’s through this that we look … More Who Do You Compare Yourself To?
When we want to know the stories of events that happen nationally and around the world we switch on the news. These news stories consist of heroism, politics, tragedy, health, sports and terrorism etc. More recently, the Turkey terror attacks in which more than 90 lives were lost is the latest chapter in the history of terror. … More The Route to Evil: A Blank Slate or Determined Route
I graduated from University with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Psychology and I really enjoyed learning about Ethics and why they are important to the science of Psychology. Whilst undertaking some research I came across some very un-ethical studies which I thought I would share. So without further a do…