Amygdala hijack and Cassandra syndrome

What happens in minds of other people is a mystery for us. Strong subjective experiences might be disbelieved or go unnoticed.  One may easily be overwhelmed by something trivial to everybody else. “How can it be?” we might ask. The answer is not very comfortable. For more information read here and here. My kid and corona …

The useful authentic self vs the real life

What is our unique offering? How can we be both ourselves and competitive in the modern environment? The key is authenticity, but a well-orchestrated one. Basically we develop a winning skillset and then own it. That’s a very human quality. More reading  here, here, here, and here. Why should we be authentic? Anna often tells …

Effective Reading Interventions for Kids with Learning Disability

Parents of children with learning disabilities will often worry about how they can better help their child navigate their academic life. Thankfully, over the years, several excellent studies have been published to help both parents and educators understand the most effective reading interventions to aid students with learning disabilities. Find out some of the most …

Six Things You Must Never Say in a Job Interview

“We’re sorry but you weren’t selected” These words can bring down anyone’s confidence. After a job interview, your resume was not impressive and you did all the research. The question that lingers in your mind for hours after is “What could have gone wrong?” Rejection can also be caused by inexperience or low qualifications. It’s …

Your most important project is your marriage

Marriage is one of the most important projects in our lives, yet most people are clueless about it. What is the most effective role for each spouse? What are the most important aspects of marriage? Can we use science for planning a marriage? Is the modern approach better than more traditional marriages? Maybe it is …