A new University of Missouri study finds that boys feel that discussing problems is a waste of time. "For years, popular psychologists have insisted that boys and men would like to talk about their problems but are held back by fears of embarrassment or appearing weak," said Amanda J. Rose, associate professor of psychological sciences in the MU College of Arts and Science.
Cindra Kamphoff recently started a sport psychology consulting practice that helps runners of all abilities by teaching them tangible strategies to help them reach their potential and overcome mental roadblocks.
IN GENERAL, people are pretty good at differentiating between the quick and the dead. Modern medicine, however, has created a third option, the persistent vegetative state. People in such a state have serious brain damage as a result of an accident or stroke. This often means they have no hope of regaining consciousness.
From the Summer 2011 issue of LINK.
A drowned boy's miraculous recovery sheds light on how miracles are very much in the minds of those who see them.