Category Archives: Deep Wellness

Has Binge-Watching Hijacked Your Dopamine?

by Lisa Martinovic I don’t trust anything that I look forward to…too much. Topping that list is the double-edged sword of prestige television. For over half a century critics have railed against what we used to call the “boob tube,” …  Continue reading

What Gets You Sober—God Or Your Neurons?

Cutting-edge 21st century neuroscience and a certain Depression era, Christian-based self-help fellowship might make strange bedfellows, but they have one thing in common: when it comes to the treatment of addiction, both rely on the brain’s innate capacity for transformation. …  Continue reading

The Benefits of Not Giving Unsolicited Advice

If you’re in the habit of dishing out unsolicited advice, you might want to rethink the practice—for the sake of your relationships and your own emotional well-being. Breaking the habit changed my life for the better in ways I could …  Continue reading