What began as a discovery of pottery fragments in the water in 2014 has resulted in a massive find— a heavily fortified, sprawling city dating as far back as 2500 BC— at the bottom of the Kiladha Bay.
Codependency: What Being Addicted to Someone Means
Codependency is sometimes referred to as relationship addiction. It may not be the easiest to define so here are three definitions, which are a mix and match from what I found online:
A psychological condition or a relationship in which a person is controlled or manipulated by another who is affected with a pathological condition — typically narcissism or addiction.
In broader terms, codependency is also defined as “an emotional, psychological, and behavioral condition that develops as a result of an individual’s prolonged exposure to, and practice of, a set of oppressive rules.”
Music Can Make Us Feel Powerful
Whether you are lifting weights at the gym or going for a run, putting on your earphones and blasting some music can certainly give you a push to do your best. This is because music can give us a sense of power, according to a new study, particularly if it has high levels of bass.
Are You Raising Nice Kids? 5 Ways To Raise Them To Be Kind
Earlier this year, I wrote about teaching empathy, and whether you are a parent who does so. The idea behind it is from Richard Weissbourd, a Harvard psychologist with the graduate school of education, who runs theMaking Caring Common project, aimed to help teach kids to be kind.
Genetics May Be Key To A Nation’s Level of Happiness
In 2013, the United Nations’ World Happiness Report listed Denmark as the country with the highest levels of happiness. Now, a team from the UK has found that the closer a nation is to the genetic makeup of Denmark, the higher that country’s level of happiness is.