Surviving Dysfunctional Families: Are You The Black Sheep of Your Family?
The negative connotation of the term “Black Sheep” dates back to the 18th century. Since dark wools are dye resistant, white sheep were considered more valuable than black sheep. At that time in England, the black color of the sheep was seen as the mark of the devil. The “Outcast” Even though the sociology of […]
How Darwin Diagnoses Clinical Depression
We can think of the human face as a sculpture of a masterpiece that reflects deep emotions and resonates with the past – where the sculptor has not yet made the final touch. Every object we touch causes a stimulation on our skin, and each experience creates an interaction in our brain; that’s how we […]