I write about being human from the perspective of faith, behavioural psychology and technology. Here’s how I think of the three.
A meditation on wealth, envy and who we associate them with.
We are all familiar with the phrase, “Connect the dots.” And yet we spend far more energy collecting dots. Why is that, and what can we do to change it?
If you think of anxiety as an alarm system I was recently trying to explain to a patient about the panic attacks they were having and to help them understand what the issue was without making them feel like I was saying, “It’s all in your head.” (Which she had already heard too many times.) […]
Our relationship to tech is changing—and with it our relationships, period—since coronavirus made the jump from medical textbooks to everyday language.
Some say we all need therapy—but do we?
It’s never been a better time to traffic in words, but the responsibility has also never been greater.
The story of how I came to choose to specialise in mental health
Why we laugh and how we can make the most of humour Humour is one of the things that’s unique (or as close to it as we can find) to humans, whether it’s rooted in physical comedy, or as is more often the case, communicated through language (another human superpower). There are mammals who make […]
What do we mean when we say people are “strong”? What are we really saying?