When and how should you express your opinion? People normally don’t express their opinion for several reasons: because you often can lose benefits and favors or for fear to offend the person or persons involved in a particular issue. You forget though that a sincere opinion is worth more than thousand lies. The problem is in fact not in expressing an opinion or your thoughts dispassionately, but in who is not able to accept opinions different from their own. An opinion may be influenced by several factors and an objective assessment can determine them, but it is much more petty … Continue reading Tell the truth!
I usually do not like to review my own concerts, but right now I feel I can make an exception, at least for the concert venue. A few days ago I had the privilege to enjoy the pleasure of being a musician at “Pause Art House” in Buffalo, NY. Never having been in that new place or in that area, I did not know exactly what to expect as a musician. First of all it was a surprise to discover this café that combines elegance with comfort, culture with the art of lounging surrounding himself with beautiful things (“Pausa”, in … Continue reading PAUSA!
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Lay off those food additives, kiddo, and you won’t have to take your meds. Over 5 million children ages four to 17 have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the United States, and close to 3 million of those children take medication for their symptoms, according to the Centers for Disease Control. But a new study reported in The Lancet last month found that with a restricted diet alone, many children experienced a significant reduction in symptoms. The study’s lead author, Dr. Lidy Pelsser of the ADHD Research Center in the Netherlands, said… Continue reading ADHD: It’s the food, stupid