It’s no surprise that being foolish about money makes you poor, but new research suggests that being poor can make you foolish. Could this negative feedback loop constitute a mental disorder?
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The latest crop of reality TV tells stories of people suffering because their homes are filled with useless junk and filth. But how many of us treat our time as badly as these people treat their spaces? You may be a “time hoarder” and not even know it.
A UK television network is looking into producing a TV programme about love and relationships in the context of anxiety disorders; would you like to share your story?
In the previous post, I had a bit of a vent against both “positive thinking” and “negative thinking”. Is the answer not to think at all? Not according to the most helpful way of living with the power of thinking that I have ever come across.