Until now, S&S had never even confirmed that it had a Bolton book project in the works. All of the stories about the book deal last November, including my own, were attributed to anonymous sources. But there has been growing speculation, and frustration, about Bolton writing a book but not testifying before the American people. … [Read more...] about John Bolton’s memoir, ‘The Room Where It Happened,’ gets March 17 release date
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Recently, Etkin found the success of exposure therapy depends on the strength of brain networks underlying how an individual recognizes and regulates response to frightening stimuli. It’s been known that PTSD is partly a result of inadequate control of the brain’s frontal regions over limbic regions that process fear and emotions: When people with PTSD are reminded of the trauma or face threats, they tend to have an underactive prefrontal cortex and an overactive amygdala. But patients appear to show different degrees of this problem, Etkin found. … [Read more...] about Can This Brain Magnet Treat PTSD?
The limited series The Undoing, premiering this May, stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant as Grace and Jonathan Fraser, who are living the only lives they ever wanted for themselves. Overnight a chasm opens in their lives: a violent death and a chain of terrible revelations. Left behind in the wake of a spreading and very public disaster and horrified by the ways in which she has failed to heed her own advice, Grace must dismantle one life and create another for her child (Noah Jupe) and her family. … [Read more...] about Watch Nicole Kidman In The Trailer For HBO’s New Limited Series ‘The Undoing’
“I know somewhere along the way I guess I’ll come to grips with it. But now I have all these different emotions regarding him. The things I watched him do on the basketball court, but more importantly … he was making a difference off the court. It’s so unexplainable. This is going to take a long time for me.” … [Read more...] about Federal investigators look for answers in Kobe Bryant helicopter crash
Taj Gibson, the former USC star, has built an NBA career as a fearless veteran big man, who could guard anyone while alternating between mid-ranger jumpers and dunks on offense. His pick for best game ever came during the 2014 playoffs after the best season of his career. Fueled by an end-of-season award snub, Gibson almost helped the short-handed Bulls steal a playoff win. … [Read more...] about Best Game Ever: Taj Gibson played his heart out after being snubbed for Sixth Man