A lot of our social anxiety is affected by an area in the brain called the amygdala. Research shows that the amygdala plays a big role in our emotional reactivity, especially our “fight-or-flight” response when the brain senses danger. Studies have found that an overactive amygdala often correlates with higher social anxiety and social phobia. […]
Posts Tagged ‘Self-Talk’
Many people live their lives with very low self-esteem. They think that they are inadequate in achieving their own dreams, goals, and values; thus, they find themselves in a constant state of self-pity, disappointment, or even self-hate. The problem with this view is that it is rarely an accurate depiction of reality. Instead, our self-perception […]
A recent meta-analysis of 32 psychology study confirms that how athletes use their self-talk greatly influences their sports performance.
The beliefs we have about aspects of our lives greatly affect our actions. Here are a list of beliefs that I find are conducive to healthy money making and spending.