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R is for Relax

“Just as a bicycle-chain may be too tight, so may one’s carefulness and conscientiousness be so tense as to hinder the running of one’s mind.”
William James

I found this fun info-graphic while Googling for ideas for illustrating the importance of finding time to relax in a busy life.  It’s from 2012, but I think it’s still relevant.



Part of my personal effort, no matter how small or simple, to post more on psychology and/or mental health; and to raise awareness of the mind and decrease stigma of disorders and illnesses related to the mind. Additional posts in this series can be found by clicking on the badge below.

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J is for James

first psychology
professor in USA —
he was M.D., too




In 1875, William James taught the first college psychology course in the United States at Harvard University.  He was a psychologist, philosopher, and medical doctor.

(Source: Wikipedia)


Inspired by


Source:Mental Health America


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