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Is our fate decided the moment we’re born? Why free will may be a (necessary) myth

Is our fate decided the moment we’re born? Why free will may be a (necessary) myth

Pretty pleased with yourself? Won the war with your waistline, picked the right partner, scaled the career ladder and formed some unassailable political views along the way? Bad news. You can take less credit for your life choices (and even those beliefs you hold dear) than you might like to think. –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/2JqxeHo
Busting the myth that depression doesn’t affect people in poor countries

Busting the myth that depression doesn’t affect people in poor countries

For decades, many psychiatrists believed depression was a uniquely western phenomenon. But in the last few years, a new movement has turned this thinking on its head. By When Vikram Patel first began to study mental health, he believed depression only existed in rich nations. –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/2V4Ustu
“Wieso guckt der Chef so? Ich glaube, er will mir kündigen”

“Wieso guckt der Chef so? Ich glaube, er will mir kündigen”

Menschen mit Hochstaplersyndrom leben mit lähmenden Selbstzweifeln. Unsere Autorin hat 100 Gedanken aufgeschrieben, die ihr an schlechten Tagen durch den Kopf gehen. Die meisten Menschen zweifeln hin und wieder an sich – zum Glück. Denn nur wer sich hinterfragt, kann sich weiterentwickeln. –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/2VwyH5m