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  • Arash Farzaneh
  • August 07, 2008 03:26:35 AM

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A blog with a critical and humorous look at important philosophical and psychological issues, sometimes bordering on the absurd and insane. It is also a blog for writers, where some of my short stories are showcased and some tips for improving writing and accepting criticism are given.

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On How to Detect Deception: Book Review of Spy the Lie

Deception is much more common than you may think; we can encounter it pretty much anywhere in all shapes and forms. It could be online and on television in the form of fake news or misinformation, it may be your teenage son or daughter, your spouse, your parents, and it may be even rampant at your work place. In fact, it is at work where deception often feels most at home and sometimes even works overtime. As people want to gain the upper hand over their competing colleagues and since they wish...

Blue Sky Lightning by Jeff Kuhn: Review of an Inspirational Book

A couple of weeks ago I had a dental appointment during which I had to sit still for a good couple of hours and let myself be pricked with needles to have my cavity fixed; in addition, I needed to undergo repeated attempts of a crown impression on the neighboring tooth. This second tooth had broken off in half probably due to the fact that I was grinding my teeth overnight, an unconscious habit I have picked up since childhood. This was most likely due to stress, which, when facing dental...

Digital Footprints in Cyberspace: Benefits and Drawbacks for Mental Health

As part of Brain Awareness Week, I would like to discuss an exciting lecture I attended this week. It was entitled “Smartphones: What they can tell us about our Brains and our Minds” presented by Neuroethics Canada as part of the 2019 Dana Foundation Distinguished Neuroethics Lecture and given by renowned neuroscientist and psychiatrist Dr. Thomas R. Insel, ex-director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and co-founder and President of the tech company Mindstrong. I had...

Being the Best Version of Yourself versus Becoming More Yourself: A Psychology Workshop

In the month of February, which was among other things and events also Psychology Month, the BC Psychological Association offered two free public talks on interesting topics related to mental health and self-help. Unfortunately, I was only able to catch the second one of the series entitled “Being the best version of yourself.” The quest for oneself is not only my daily bread and butter (it has been since my early teens at least), but it is also the main incentive, guiding force and...

The Act of Healing Your Body: Book Review of Cancer, I Love You

I have never had doubts about the potential healing power through faith and belief. When this occurs, it is often regarded and considered a miracle, and in many ways it is. Genuine and all-encompassing faith can move mountains and at that point and stage not even the sky can limit or contain its immense expansive and luminous powers. Belief or faith as a thought process tied and connected with emotions has a drive that can change lives and mobilize and accelerate the healing...

God as a Narcissistic Artist: A Review of Aronofsky’s mother!

I remember that at the beginning of the year, Darren Aronofsky’s mother! with its headlining poster of Jennifer Lawrence was heralded as one of the most anticipated movies of the year. As a film buff, I was also quite thrilled to see the next film of the filmmaker who had critically acclaimed movies the likes of Pi (1998), the brilliant and innovative Requiem of a Dream (2000) and Black Swan (2010) under his belt despite the occasional missteps and misfires such as The Fountain (2006) and...

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