When we're in a new place, we've all wondered where the bathroom is. And the automatic answer that comes to mind is: "Down the hall to your right". But this isn’t always the case. In fact, most of the time, to know where the bathroom is, we have to ask again or go and find it ourselves. This seems like a good analogy for a space where I can only give you some coordinates.

The way to it, however, you will have to discover yourself. My role is only to channel different ways of seeing and explaining how we function. I present them to you and raise questions so you can find your own answers or at the very least, start to go out and look for them.

the power of regret

That awful and scary feeling that we all suffer in silence and we can't get rid of.

Regrets suck.

We regret in the present an action (or more properly an in-action) that happened in the past, and our inability to change it drags us downward to a spiral of guilt and self punishment. But I am coming here to say that regret is too, a useful and necessary emotion, and so defends

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i love you

Evolutionary anthropologist Anna Machin, who studies the genetics and neurochemistry of love from a wide perspective, has it clear: “Love is so important, that evolution has seen fit to engage every mechanism in your body to make sure you’re as close and bonded as you can be.”

Let me tell you, we humans are

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cognitive bias

Although, a cognitive bias – also known as psychological bias – it's defined as the tendency to make decisions or to take action in an unknowingly irrational way, I would like to add something in their favour.

A mental bias it's also a shortcut that your brain uses to get quickly to an

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Toxic positivity

As humans we feel a wide range of emotions, each of which plays its role in our general well-being. Anxiety may alert us from potential danger; anger is a natural response to injustice or mistreatment and sadness may signal the intensity of a loss and it's necessity to mourn it.

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