Category Archives: Mental States

Almost-not-fake brain tissue helps understand this most mysterious organ

By Olivia LaRosa We know more about space than we know about our own bodies. What happens within our skin is the biggest mystery of all. Everyone is different, and that means that some groups of people are less resistant … Continue reading

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Imagine you are locked in a room with a television that constantly changes channels

I have been describing my condition as “imagine 20 radio stations playing in your head all at once.” This may be even better. http://www.alternet.org/speakeasy/terrancedc/my-add-real-i-am-pt-1?page=0%2C0 Imagine that you’re sitting in a room with no doors or windows. There are no exits. … Continue reading

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androgyny…who knew?

by Deborah Lake http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Androgyny Noooo, not like Sheldon in Big Bang Theory! Sheldon is asexual, not androgynous! Androgynous people do not occupy some vast sexual wasteland. Rather, androgynous people’s thought processes do not conform to culturally-assigned roles. I always thought … Continue reading

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