your brain cells listen to your behavior and beliefs, and if those behaviors and beliefs are powerful enough, the brain changes. What this means is that therapy, spiritual practices, healthy relationships, love and compassion, avoidance of toxins, meditation and stress management aren’t secondary. They are central to dealing with depression and anxiety.
It’s rare to find a well-researched article like this in mainstream media. It’s important to have articles accessible to the general public which explore psychology, though, to demystify the science of how our minds work and prompt self-inquiry about our own processes and thoughts.
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