My heart goes out to all politicians, especially those in power. Between Covid-19, climate crisis, and community deterioration, they have some incredibly important yet tough decisions to make. They must also feel like they are in a tenuous position. Suppose they commit to making unpopular (and yet necessary) changes. In that case, they risk losing... Continue Reading →
What If We Treated Internet Addiction Like Covid-19?
Internet addiction is the compulsive need to spend excessive amounts of time engaged in online activities, while neglecting other important areas of life such as family, friends work or study. I know, it sounds like a ridiculous proposition doesn’t it? There is no way that internet addiction could compare to the public health emergency that... Continue Reading →