There Is No Permanent “You,” Say Both Science and Buddhism

Both Buddhism and contemporary neuroscience agree: there is no permanent “you” or consistent, objective self. The Western idea that we remain the same moment to moment is an illusion. Rather, we are a set of cells, with brain and body in constant flux.

Does Homework Really Matter? | eTherapyPro

Does Homework Really Matter?

In the course of therapy, you may find that your therapist assigns you weekly or regular “homework” assignments. Many clients are at first resistant to homework, feeling like they already have full schedules and can’t fit in another task. Some of us may even have negative associations with the term “homework.”

Minute Mindfulness Meditation | eTherapyPro

Minute Mindfulness Meditation

Minute Mindfulness is a simple way to allow mindfulness practice to be more accessible to a Western audience – even those suffering from depression and anxiety.

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

If you think you might be suffering from anxiety, you may be wondering how to find out for sure. This article explains how to test The Anxiety Hypothesis.

Natures Medicine | Natural Treatment for Depression

Nature’s Medicine

People who suffer from depression, obesity and a number of other complaints may benefit from more time spent in nature, according to a recent report.

Anxiety Hypothesis | eTherapyPro | Symptoms of Stress and Anxiety

The Anxiety Hypothesis

If you think you might be suffering from anxiety, you may be wondering how to find out for sure. This article explains how to test The Anxiety Hypothesis.

Anxiety Warps Your Perception | Anxiety Time Perception | eTherapyPro

Anxiety Warps Your Perception.

A recent article in BBC online, written by neuroscientist Bobby Azarian, was titled “How Anxiety Warps Your Perception.” The main points of this article are summarized below.

The Elements of Happiness.

The online magazine Epic just published a summary of the work of psychologist Martin Seligman. In his book Flourish he identifies five elements of emotional well-being and happiness which are summarized below….

Happiness Can be Purchased.

Have you ever wondered if money really can buy happiness? Emma Taylor for M2Women writes that happiness can be bought so long as your money is spent on this one thing – experience. Some of the main points of her article, Science Says Money Can Buy Happiness if it is Spent on This One Thing, are shared below.

Happiness Hide and Seek

Ruth Whippman, the author of “America the Anxious: How Our Pursuit of Happiness is Creating a Nation of Nervous Wrecks,” recently published an article on Quartz titled “America the Anxious.” Some of the main points are shared below.