Children learn to deal constructively with problems at home or in the community with help from volunteers
When Thobani Gasa took his puppy for obedience training a few years ago, it was just for fun. But soon his own behaviour started to change, thanks to his canine companion.
Many townships in South Africa are notorious for gang-related violence, but in Mpophomeni, near the southeastern town of Howick, pet dogs are helping lead the way to a more peaceful future.
The experimenters concluded, “Visual, auditory, and olfactory information are all important for dogs in confirming the presence of a human, but visual information appears to have an advantage for dogs’ perception.”
How can someone who is hanging by a thread economically, having so little money and possessions still be so happy, so confident, so full of joie de vivre, so generous, and so willing to share?
Read this: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-science-behind-behavior/201711/why-people-who-have-less-give-more
Every year millions struggle with depression. Conservative data from the Center for Disease Control suggest that 19 % of adults are significantly depressed at times. I believe the figure actually underreports the problem.
Read the article here;
Apparently Mazlov had it wrong… His stuff never made sense to me.