Doomscrolling: why do we compulsively search for bad news?
The war in Ukraine and the recent pandemic years have affected and embrittled the psyche of us all. We have […]
Three films that invite us to love life even through illness
One of the trendy themes in recent filmography is the dignity of life for those that struggle with illness or […]
Neurocinema: the science that investigates what happens to us when we watch movies
Many areas of the brain are active while watching movies; films mimic the structure of consciousness, and this imitation allows […]
Internet anxiety? It’s called “Nomophobia.” Here are ten ways to combat it
I challenge you to find a single person who isn’t holding onto their phone while riding on public transit or […]
Social networks and cheating: how can we resist temptation?
Do social networks cause cheating? These tools have drastically changed the way we live, express ourselves, spend our free time, […]
The 3 apps that can improve your life
Let’s face it. Usually, the apps we download on our phones typically make us lazier and more apathetic. We simply […]
Smartphones and free time: what are the trends?
The fact that we are hyper-connected is now a fact. If we think of young people between the ages of […]
Focusing on the good and building peace: is it a mission impossible when it comes to journalism?
We all know the difference between good and bad news. Bad news usually has something to do with failure, illness, […]
Digital resolutions for the New Year: what are yours?
Just before Christmas, my husband and I decided to give each other a joint gift: a subscription to a streaming […]
Love and social media: here’s why happy couples don’t need to flaunt it
Happy couples share very few photos on social media. Science says so. Almost all couples that are on social media […]