That depends on the problem.
Many problems are layered – one issue causes other issues that build on it and still another thing may trigger the original problem. So think of a problem like having a bottle of bubble goo and one of those bubble wands. At some point, someone gave you the goo and the wand. The bubble goo is the problem, and there…[Read more]
First impression is that the act of eating puts you into a trance state. Mechanical motions allow consumption, but you’re not present in the moment and aware of the act of eating and the related sense associations.
This isn’t unusual, as a lot of us disassociate with the act of eating, especially when multitasking; watching television, talking…[Read more]