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Getting Your Mojo Back: 10 Things to Do When You Feel Stuck

What to do when you're stuck and need to get back into your creative space<p>Did your va-va lose its voom? Your edge its steely sharpness? Boomerang not coming back? Mojo not working its magic?<p>Chances are you're suffering from the age-old disease of "stuck." People feel their best when their focus and …

Productivity

Alison Gopnik deplores ambitious middle-class ‘parenting’

And most of us share her distaste for ‘hothousing’ and ‘helicoptering’. So why does her plea for a more nurturing approach seem so floppy?<p>In the American way, the child psychologist Alison Gopnik’s new book has an attractive sound-bitey title dragging a flat-footed subtitle in its wake: ‘What the …

Parenting

The husband of Paris victim tells ISIS: You can't make me hate

<b>(CNN) —</b> "You will not have my hatred."<p>That's the defiant message the husband of one of the Paris attacks victims is sending to ISIS.<p>Antoine Leiris lost his wife Helene Muyal in the Friday violence that shook the French capital, taking the lives of at least 129 and injuring hundreds more.<p>He penned …

Paris Attacks

A Puppy Hearing The Guitar For The First Time Is Your Moment Of Zen

Nyx was having trouble adjusting to his new home. He was nervous and timid and stressed out. To ease the poor puppy’s frayed nerves, his owner, Ahon Sarkar, took out his guitar and began playing what sounds like a Dream Theater song. <i>Some guy</i> playing Dream Theater is usually the worst, but it was …

Guitar

Over 260 dead as earthquake strikes Afghanistan, Pakistan

Does God Hate Our Worship?

October 19, 2015 by Fredrick Robinson<p>Richard Rohr said two things that are worth repeating: “Many American congregations [are] in effect paying their …

Black Lives Matter

7 Keys To A Happy, Healthy Brain

Take care of your noggin and you'll be sharp as a tack at age 95!<p>Why are some people sharp as a tack at 95 years old, while others begin struggling with mental clarity in their 50s?<p>A lot of it has to do with genetics, but certain lifestyle factors also play an important role in how our brain ages. …

4 Ways to Remember Everything You Learn

If you’re going to learn anything, you need two kinds of prior knowledge:<p>knowledge about the subject at hand, like math, history, or …

Self-improvement

7 Dangerous Myths About Depression in Men

There were over 41,000 deaths from completed suicide in 2013 with males accounting for nearly 80 percent of fatalities. In addition to the individual loss of life, the emotional and psychological costs to family members, friends and entire communities are enormous. Despite the apparent need for …

The Secret Trick to Making the Puffiest Pancakes

<i>Would you like a piece of cake right now? For Goodness Cake is here for you. Every week, we'll be sharing recipes that prove why cake should be its own food group.</i><p><i>Today: A way to put the "cake" back in pancake, along with a very good reason to invest in egg rings.</i><p>French toast is not toast, tuna …

Found: First warm-blooded fish (and we've been eating it for years)

<b>(CNN) —</b> The opah, or moonfish, a large colourful fish living across the world's oceans, has been found to have a warm heart and maintain a high body temperature, according to a report in the journal Science. It's a zoological curiosity and a remarkable evolutionary development for fish.<p>In the cold …

Coachella Who? 16 of the Coolest, Most Affordable Summer Music Festivals

Music makes the world go ’round, making us feel productive, inspired and energized. We’re huge fans of powerhouse music festivals like Coachella and Bonnaroo, except for when tickets sell out fast and are oh-so expensive. This year, try switching up your music game and experiencing an …

Germany’s reissue of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” stirs debate

There is no escaping it: Seventy years after Adolf Hitler’s death, the copyright on “Mein Kampf” will expire, and his hate-filled diatribe will be republished in Germany in January 2016 — the first time since World War II.<p>Understandably, the reissue of the notorious screed, in which Hitler rails …

Mein Kampf