B Grace Bullock PhD

Is Our Breathing Connected to Free Will?

Free will—our ability to decide whether to eat that piece of chocolate, or reach for that extra slice of pizza—has long been a subject of debate. For decades, neuroscientists have insisted that decision-making originates in the brain. Now, a groundbreaking study shows that you’re more likely to initiate a decision that involves free will while […]

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Caregiving With More Ease and Better Health – Top 10 Tips

Caregiving With More Ease and Better Health – Top 10 Tips

When my husband, Dave was diagnosed with Frontotemporal dementia over 4 years ago, I was desperate to find a manual or a handout on 10 Easy Ways to Live with Dementia. I wanted some sort of game plan or road map on how to manage his dementia; how to deal with the frustrations and disappointments…

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Causes and Cures for Panic Attacks

Causes and Cures for Panic Attacks

Panic attacks are recognized by short periods of intense fright that start suddenly and then go away slowly after few hours. You can have the attack during the day as well as night and there is no fixed timing when you will get the attack.

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Balance Your Mental and Emotional Sides

Balance Your Mental and Emotional Sides

Emotions are just that, feelings. They have no real existence outside us and they come and go as regularly as the clouds do.

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You Can Be As Happy As You Want to Be

You Can Be As Happy As You Want to Be

Most people have heard Bobby McFerrin’s song: “Don’t Worry, Be Happy. The tune alone is relaxing and these simple words really do hold the key to being happy. Worry stresses us and can make us very un-happy.

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Are You Suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder After Childbirth?

Are You Suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder After Childbirth?

When childbirth doesn’t go according to plan it can leave long lasting effects. A traumatic experience during childbirth may negatively effect a women’s life and could even lead to post traumatic stress disorder.

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What Is the Difference Between a Traumatic Brain Injury and an Acquired Head Injury?

What Is the Difference Between a Traumatic Brain Injury and an Acquired Head Injury?

Although a traumatic brain injury and an acquired head injury are brought about by very different reasons, each affects a person’s life in ways that change how they once lived. When you know and understand the difference between the two, it is easier to know what to do to begin the recovery process.

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Help With The Hoarding Condition – A Review

Help With The Hoarding Condition – A Review

It is now a recognized fact that help with hoarding is necessary to enhance the sufferers’ quality of life. There are two distinct ways in which compulsive haording can be helped to improve the quality of life of both the sufferer and co-inhabitants if they exist. These, and possible future targets of medical intervention are…

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Emotions – Are You Stuffing Yours (and At What Cost)?

Emotions – Are You Stuffing Yours (and At What Cost)?

Throughout our lives we experience all kinds of emotional ups and downs, and while we don’t always remember the specifics about past situations or events, their emotional after effects can stay with us indefinitely. Whenever we are unable to cope with our emotional pain, it may be easier simply to dismiss it or deny its…

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How to Win the Battle Against Excessive Behaviors

How to Win the Battle Against Excessive Behaviors

This’ the season for excessive behavior. Holiday celebrations at the year’s end entice us to eat more food; spend more money, and drink more alcohol than is prudent for our health. The period of indulgence is followed by New Year’s resolutions, where we fantasize, at least for a few days, that we will never do…

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