Mark Hyman, MD writes about his recent online Broken Brain documentary series: “All medicine can be simplified into a few basic principles and concepts, or natural laws, that explain all disease and suffering. “These concepts affect our mood, behavior, attention, memory, and overall brain function.” The Summit concluded in January 2018, but you can follow the links […]
artists and health
Depression impacts many people, including artists. A fairly long list of visual artists who died by suicide includes photographer Diane Arbus (1923-1971), painters Arshile Gorky (1904-1948), Mark Rothko (1903-1970), Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), and possibly Frida Kahlo (1907-1954). From listing: Artists Who Committed Suicide. Creating art can be a powerful way to deal with depression […]
“I sit down religiously every morning. In the course of a working day of eight hours, I write three sentences, which I erase before leaving the table in despair. The effort I put out should give birth to Masterpieces as big as mountains, and it brings forth a ridiculous mouse now and then.” That is […]
How does our emotional and mental health impact our creativity? This is a selection of a few articles from many more on The Creative Mind network of sites, plus other sources. ~ ~ “The work talks about what people don’t talk about – what people are afraid to say.” That is a quote by Clara Lieu, […]
Many people feel inspired to pursue creative projects, even multiple ones at the same time. One potential downside is physical and emotional burnout.
Good self-care is taking steps daily, even hourly, to stay replenished with the energy and positive at…