I read somewhere once that chronic migraines are like mini-strokes throughout the brain. When I raised this point with my neurologist a few years back, he raised an eyebrow at me and made a hmm noise. But it is true... Continue Reading →
When we are young, our friendships tend to be based on close proximity. Who lives next door and who are parents' friends are for example. This doesn't really change as we age. Proximity is still one of the most important factors in choosing our friends. What does change is how we become exposed to them. We create our own proximity in the choices we make
According to Baddeley, Eysenck and Anderson, "Confabulation occurs when the reported autobiographical information is false but not intentionally misleading" (2015, p.446).