Monday… a few facts about COVID-19

Here are a few facts and current update about COVID-19 I have read through and heard today via hearsay on the TV. I was working on The Watts Portfolio, (Dr. Watts Wellness is an app now but in Spanish – take a look if you’d like). Florida now has 2 cases...

Morning thoughts of COVID-19

Happy Sunday everyone, and here is some interesting news about the COVID-19 disease. There really isn’t what I would consider a pattern, but certainly an underlying structure to what is happening. It’s possibly wrong – my ideas – but the facts...

Not much COVID-19 news today

There hasn’t been much COVID-19 coverage today. And so what am I working on? Possibly what a lot of psychologists are considering – the aftermath. What’s going to happen next once things get back to “normal”. We can either consider huge traumatic events in...

Talking about COVID-19

COVID-19… and so there is a lot going on and it’s happened within the last… month? This I am not going into statistically, except that it’s being exposed and something that is positive to know is happening. Being a psychologist puts me in the...

Mindfulness & Cognitive Behavior in Students

A study shows how mindfulness practices can help improve cognitive behaviors in students. I read this specifically because I am a firm believer in being mindful, and here is the data in summary. Essentially, mindfulness does have a positive impact on cognitive...

The Use of Words Continued

In the forum I mention my completing another Philippe Petit book, Creativity this time around. How he mentions that the phrase “I love you” really does not belong to [you] or [me] and is actually just a tired way that says you are special but if we really...

New writing on board

So I decided that since I’m reading so much, for the PhD, I am going to write about what I read. It can be interesting I am sure. Let’s hope! I do read for “leisure” at times because I need to. I refuse to overload to the point of destruction....