Kenny Luck

September 22, 2020

The Autumn Equinox is Here: So What Does that Mean?

This week on September 21, the Northern Hemisphere will officially enter into autumn. The long, warm bright days of summer are now behind us, as we […]
September 18, 2020

The Psychology of Criminality: One Criminologist’s View

For decades – perhaps even for a few centuries – the question of “How does a person become a criminal?” has been asked. Is it nature […]
September 11, 2020

The 5 Stages of Grief and Grieving

In their now seminal work, “On Grief and Grieving: Finding Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss,” authors Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler explore […]
September 2, 2020

The Art of Breathing

Most of the time, we only become aware of our breath when there’s something wrong with it. Ranging from chronic lung illnesses to extraneous exercise, we […]
August 26, 2020

The Fundamental Attribution Error

Often times, when something happens – or, more likely, when something goes wrong – it appears to be a human tendency to want to know the […]
August 12, 2020

The Therapy of Trees

As authors Marco Mencagli and Marco Nieri point out in the introduction of their 2019 book, “The Secret therapy of Trees,” “In the United States, over […]
August 6, 2020

The Psychology of Color

It’s been known for centuries that color can have an impact on the human brain. Specifically, different colors can influence a person’s mood and feelings. So, […]
July 28, 2020

Body Language

In his book, “You Can Read Anyone,” author David J. Lieberman, Ph.D., gives an in-depth look at the techniques used to interpret a person’s body language. […]
July 24, 2020

Being Happy

It may be true . . . there isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” approach to finding happiness. More than that, what makes some else happy may not make […]
July 15, 2020

Exploring Nature-Focused Healing  

Did you know that going outside can make you feel better? And it’s not just folk wisdom. Science is beginning to catch up to the idea […]
July 12, 2020

Challenging Negative Thinking

Thoughts are sometimes described as a river . . . they are continuous, on-going, and move from one thing to another without ever really stopping. In […]
July 3, 2020


“How do you turn adversity into strength?” This is the question that author Josh Floyd, and – quite frankly – many other people, have asked. The […]