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Nov 11, 2022

Whatever Happened To Decency, Integrity, Love and Compassion?

Prof. Keith Scott-Mumby

We seem to be living in a world of grab and go, me-me-me, selfishness and get-outta-my-way politics. The social norm now is definitely non-social. In fact “social media” has become a real oxymoron. It’s about as cold, self-serving and uncaring as it is possible to get. Small tribes exist and people stay (somewhat) loyal to […] The post Whatever Happened To Decency, Integrity, Love and Compassion? appeared first on Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby.

Jul 29, 2022

ARE YOU STARVED OF LOVE?

Prof. Keith Scott-Mumby

Nobody does love really well. One or two individuals seem to find connection and get it right. The rest of us, we fake it. We PRETEND we’re connected and happy but deep down inside, we know we are running on empty. Trouble is, nobody is TEACHING this stuff properly. There’s a lot of talk (Biblical, […] The post ARE YOU STARVED OF LOVE? appeared first on Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby.

Feb 3, 2014

Healing with Love | Meditation for Everyone

Keith Scott-Mumby

One of the greatest sayings I ever encountered and which changed my life the most at the time was that ‘True freedom is liking what you do, not doing what you like’. As a number one unruly individual who hated authority and conformity, it was a completely new way of looking at the balance between […]

Feb 3, 2014

Healing with Love | Meditation for Everyone

Keith Scott-Mumby

One of the greatest sayings I ever encountered and which changed my life the most at the time was that ‘True freedom is liking what you do, not doing what you like’. As a number one unruly individual who hated authority and conformity, it was a completely new way of looking at the balance between […] The post Healing with Love | Meditation for Everyone appeared first on Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby.

Nov 9, 2012

Love Makes Your Child’s Brain Grow

Keith Scott-Mumby

Shocking Scans Show The Real Impact of Love on a Child’s Brain Mother’s care could do more than just keep a child comfortable. It may affect how large his or her brain grows. Shocking: According to neurologists the sizeable difference between these two brains has one primary cause – the way were treated by their mothers Both of these images are brain scans of a two three-year-old children, but the brain on the left is considerably larger, has fewer spots and less dark areas, compared to the one on the right. According to neurologists this sizeable difference has one primary cause – the way each child was treated by their mothers. But the child with the shrunken brain was the victim of severe neglect and abuse. According to research reported by the newspaper, the brain on the right worryingly lacks some of the most fundamental areas present in the image on the left. The consequences of these deficits are pronounced – the child on the left with the larger brain will be more intelligent and more likely to develop the social ability to empathise with others. But in contrast, the child with the shrunken brain will be more likely to become addicted to drugs and involved in violent crimes, much more likely to be unemployed and to be dependent on state benefits. The child is also more likely to develop mental and other serious health problems. Professor Allan Schore, of UCLA, told The Sunday Telegraph that if a baby is not treated properly in the first two years of life, it can have a fundamental impact on development. It also seems that the more severe the mother’s neglect, the more pronounced the damage can be.

Nov 9, 2012

Love Makes Your Child’s Brain Grow

Keith Scott-Mumby

Shocking Scans Show The Real Impact of Love on a Child’s Brain Mother’s care could do more than just keep a child comfortable. It may affect how large his or her brain grows. Shocking: According to neurologists the sizeable difference between these two brains has one primary cause – the way were treated by their mothers Both of these images are brain scans of a two three-year-old children, but the brain on the left is considerably larger, has fewer spots and less dark areas, compared to the one on the right. According to neurologists this sizeable difference has one primary cause – the way each child was treated by their mothers. But the child with the shrunken brain was the victim of severe neglect and abuse. According to research reported by the newspaper, the brain on the right worryingly lacks some of the most fundamental areas present in the image on the left. The consequences of these deficits are pronounced – the child on the left with the larger brain will be more intelligent and more likely to develop the social ability to empathise with others. But in contrast, the child with the shrunken brain will be more likely to become addicted to drugs and involved in violent crimes, much more likely to be unemployed and to be dependent on state benefits. The child is also more likely to develop mental and other serious health problems. Professor Allan Schore, of UCLA, told The Sunday Telegraph that if a baby is not treated properly in the first two years of life, it can have a fundamental impact on development. It also seems that the more severe the mother’s neglect, the more pronounced the damage can be.
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