How to Build Your Own “Safe Space” and Never Grow as a Person

Today among colleges and students, there is an increasing demand for “safe spaces.” “Safe spaces” are essentially a place where anyone can be themselves without being judged or made to feel uncomfortable for it. It’s often associated with groups of … Continue reading

Humility: The Acceptance of Our Flawed Self

In today’s culture, children are often taught that they’re perfect, they’re always winners, and they can never do wrong. Parents are constantly coddling and protecting their children’s “self-esteem.” They guard their children from any experiences of negativity, hardship, or failure. … Continue reading

The Triple Path Model of Insight: How Revolutionary Thinkers Arrive at Insights

Whether it’s a ground-breaking scientific discovery or a glimpse into our own personal habits and behaviors, what leads people to moments of insight? This is one of the key questions psychologist Gary Klein asks himself in his new book Seeing … Continue reading

Organized Home, Organized Mind: Why a Tidying Marathon Can Change Your Life

We like to believe that our minds can be completely independent from our environment. We say to ourselves things like, “It doesn’t matter how chaotic my outside circumstances are, as long as I remain calm and relaxed from the inside.” … Continue reading