Considered for years the “black sheep” of the Thai royal family for its marriage to a foreigner and then aupada to national film stardom, the princess Ubolratana Mahidol, sister of the king of Thailand, could become the next prime minister of the Asian country.
The discipline of silence according to Pythagoras was aimed at shaping a more reflective mind through self-control of the word.
The sense of humor and laughter have many benefits, here we reveal them.
Recognize that we do not know everything and that we are not holders of the absolute truth is to practice intellectual humility. That key that allows us to continue learning and grow personally and socially.
Every time I visit a residence of the third age, conflicting emotions invade me. On the one hand, I feel an immense joy for the existence of these fantastic centers that take care of our elders.
Pablo Pineda suffers from Down syndrome, but this characteristic has not prevented him from entering university and overcoming the obstacles that are often associated with this genetic alteration. He is the first university graduate with Down syndrome in Europe.
Have you ever wondered what is the origin of unhappiness? Why are not we as happy as we want?
Mary Ainsworth was a Canadian psychologist who, along with John Bowlby, developed one of the psychological theories that has most helped to understand early social development: the theory of attachment.
A pen activist whose weapons are love and beauty. We invite you to join us on this little trip to discover, a little more, one of the most outstanding Latin American writers of the last decades.
Emily Dickison spent the last twenty years of her life locked in her room. She always wore white, suffered from migraines and asked to be buried in a coffin with vanilla fragrance.
The story of Mary Wollstonecraft was not interested for a long time, nobody liked that a woman asked for the same rights between men and women. His life was marked by the tragic, but also by a tireless struggle to defend what he considered fair.
In the rules for living of Dr. Jordan Peterson, four main aspects stand out: values, relationship with oneself, relationship with others and patterns of action. Actually they are not rules as such, but parameters to guide us.