Living In A World Without “Enough” Is Dangerous And Unhealthy

Human beings live in realities of their own making — what happens when those realities lose their anchors? Hint: it’s not freedom.

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The World Used To Provide All Our Boundaries For Us, And Now We Have To Build Them Ourselves.

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Wired For The Familiar In An Unfamiliar World: Aka, We’re All VERY Confused Primates And We Want To Go Home.

Evolution Is Like, Super Messy, And We Aren’t Sure What To Do About That. (Or, “I’m Not Hungry Or Dying, So Why Do I Still Want Things?”)

The Modern Age Is All Stimulus, And The Human Brain Is Hard-Wired For Response.

One Optimistic Caveat To A Brain Gone Rogue: We Can Tell It To Shut The F*** Up.

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Emily Sinclair Montague is a professional writer, author, and content strategist. Connect with her at www.wordsofafeather.net or on Twitter (@EmilytheMontag1)!

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