In this short review, John Marsden reflects on his latest read, The Courage to Create by Rollo May. A humane and thoughful book about the creative process that also teaches us about the therapeutic process.
It's funny. Of all British newspapers, The Guardian is the keenest on scientific rigour. It's the paper that gave us Ben Goldacre and Martin Robbins, and everyone who cares about factual accuracy in reporting should be grateful for that.
National survey studies suggest that roughly one in four college students who drink will experience a blackout in a given year, making blackouts a surprisingly common outcome of excessive drinking.
Blackouts are periods of amnesia, caused by excessive consumption of alcohol, during which a person actively engages in behaviors but the brain is unable to create memories for what transpires. This leaves holes in a person’s memory that can range from spotty recall for the events of the previous night (known as fragmentary blackouts) to the utter absence of memory for large portions of an evening (known as en bloc blackouts).
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