about youWhat to do to feel better - even if you don't believe it

To undertake a PhD is a rather complex task. Now and then you probably feel unhappy or uncomfortable. The present times only make it even more complicated.

That is why it is so important to take care of yourself. You can do that in many different ways.

Three different scientists, three equal answers

In the blog of this week, I give the floor to three scientists. All three of them give the same answer, each from their point of view, to the question of how to look after yourself and how to deal with difficult situations.

Karolien Notebaert, PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, explains how to hack your brain to use it to its full potential.

Professor Richard Davidson illustrates why some people are better equipped to deal with obstacles in life than others and how to expand your resilience. I also wrote about resilience a while back.

Professor Shauna Shapiro substantiates the idea that what you practice grows stronger and describes how your brain can influence your life in a positive way.

It will only cost you 10 minutes per day!

Would you like to receive some more tips?

Read on to help you stop fretting, or to find out what to do if you feel down.

Another option is to give me a call, so we can figure out together what is the best way to successfully finish your PhD! I look forward to hearing from you!


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