A Brief History of Love

“They say there is love in the world – but what is love?” Millions of songs have been written about it, along with legends, stories, etc. Love is created and ends every minute around the globe, causing a storm of emotions every time. During this lecture, we will delve deeply into the biology of love. What attracts us? how do we fall in love? and how biology screws it all up? Finally, we will receive a scientifically proven prescription for preserving marital love and family happiness in this challenging era.

The Biology of Happiness

Everyone wants to be happy, but the definition of happiness varies across individuals. But What is Happiness, Scientifically?
During the lecture, we will explore cutting-edge research to understand the biological definition of happiness. We will learn that our brain is not programmed for happiness but tends to focus on negativity and suffering. Thus, happiness begins where suffering ends. During the lecture, we will learn practical tools how to increase mental resilience and achieve happiness in an era of stress and instability.

Stress Anxiety and the human Brain

In recent years, the levels of stress, tension, and anxiety have been constantly increasing due to various factors such as economic pressure, instability and the excessive use of technology.
During this lecture, we will explore what happens to our brain and body when we are under stress, why people react and cope differently with stress, what are the difference between men and women when it comes to stress and why some people are more sensitive to stress then others. Additionally, we will learn practical tools to manage and reduce stress and improve our relationships to create personal and communal resilience. 

The Biology of Empathy

Empathy is not merely the ability to see things from another person’s perspective. It is vital to teamwork, innovation, creativity, and smart leadership. Empathy helps people feel understood and heard, and recent studies have shown that it is a critical driving force for motivating performance in the workplace. Unfortunately, empathy is declining in the modern era, which can be attributed to stress, overuse of technology, and an emphasis on task management over interaction between people. This lecture will explore empathy, its formation, and the brain mechanisms that shape it. We will equip ourselves with practical tools to encourage and practice empathy in the work environment.

Female Brain Vs Male Brain

Women from Venus, Men from Mars.” The differences in our physical appearance are visible, but what are the differences in our brains? Is there such a thing as a “male” brain and a “female” brain, what has more impact – biology or environment?
In this lecture, we’ll embark on a fascinating evolutionary journey to explore the biological differences between females and males – differences in the hormones, neurons, and genes.  From risk-taking to dealing with stress, parenting to communication styles, we’ll examine the factors that make the differences between the sexes. Understanding these differences can help us communicate more empathetically.

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