Here’s a summary of scientific research suggesting that “the power of writing — and then rewriting — your personal story can lead to behavioral changes and improve happiness.”
Special Report: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story? The Magic of Narrative Medicine in the ED
The special report discusses how the use of storytelling in medicine, known as narrative medicine, helps physicians better serve patients.
Here’s a New Year’s challenge for the mind: Make this the year that you quiet all those negative thoughts swirling around your brain… . constant negativity can also get in the way of happiness, add to our stress and worry level and ultimately damage our health.
This article offers not only scientific research to back up its premise but practical steps you can take to deal effectively with your own negative thoughts.
The most common advice aspiring writers hear is “write what you know.” I’ve always been suspicious of this admonition, since I believe in the power of research. Here thriller writer Brad Taylor explains how to use research to write convincingly about topics you have no personal experience with.
This article reports on recently published research into how the human brain develops, It’s a long but fascinating read.
© 2017 by Mary Daniels Brown