By Brian Lemay 3 comments

What is ”Drunk”? When we drink, our blood alcohol concentration(B.A.C.) increases. And, it takes roughly one to three beers to achieve this, depending on your tolerance and weight. This first phase of being drunk is called ”Euphoria”, and it’s called that because we feel pretty good with this newfound B.A.C. between 0.03 to 0.12%. With […]

Jordan Peterson – Side Effects of Telling Lies

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…so the blue Fairy shows up, so that’s Nature. So what I’m saying is, that Nature will cut kid’s a break. If you think of Nature and the guise of… well, their mother for example, but even the biology of other people. Because we’re wired to accept behavior from children, that we wouldn’t accept from […]

College Student Alcohol Misuse: Myths, Facts, and Effective Prevention

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[MUSIC PLAYING] CHERYL KAISER: Good evening. I’m Cheryl Kaiser, chair of the psychology department, and I have the distinct honor of welcoming you to our 13th annual Edwards public lecture series. I’m pleased you could join the department of psychology tonight as we celebrate this year’s lecture series titled “Optimizing Human Potential.” Tonight’s lectures mark […]

How Different Types of Alcohol Affect Your Emotions

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[INTRO ♪] People often claim that different types of alcohol affect them in different ways. Red wine, for example, makes them sleepy. After a couple shots of tequila, they’re ready to party. If you know a little bit about chemistry, you might be kind of skeptical about this, and for good reason. The active ingredient […]

5 TIPS for DEALING with an ALCOHOLIC PARENT or family member by therapist Kati Morton: psychology AA

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What is alcoholism & how do we treat it? Alcohol Use Disorder / Kati Morton | Kati Morton

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How We Chase Dopamine: Porn, Social Media, and Alcohol | Steven Kotler

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Peter Drucker famously said if I want to know what you believe I could ask you what you believe and maybe I’ll believe your answer. But show me your calendar and your bank statement and then I’ll really know what’s going on. And what we tried to calculate was the altered state economy. How much […]

Homeopathy Explained – Gentle Healing or Reckless Fraud?

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Homeopathy may be the most controversial but also the most popular alternative medicine. While some argue against it, others swear by its great power and effectiveness. How does homeopathy work? How did it become what it is today, and what can modern medicine learn from it? The first principle of homeopathy is “like cures like.” […]

Listening to shame | Brené Brown

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I’m going to tell you a little bit about my TEDxHouston Talk. I woke up the morning after I gave that talk with the worst vulnerability hangover of my life. And I actually didn’t leave my house for about three days. The first time I left was to meet a friend for lunch. And when […]

Narcissistic Abuse: An Unspoken Reality (Short Documentary)

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I’m listening to you and i have all these things happening inside of me and I keep thinking “You don’t have what I have.” These feelings are like a fucking volcano right now for me. I enjoy inflicting pain on people. I am a sadistic narcissist. So very often I will externalize my internal aggression […]

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