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Neuropsychology FAQs: What Is Love Science? September 4, 2017

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Neuropsychology FAQs: What Is Love Science?, Charlotte, North Carolina

For most people, achieving happiness is a lifelong pursuit with many twists and turns. Neuropsychology has explored a variety of methods, and the staff at North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA in Chapel Hill, NC, want to share and answer common questions about a popular theory: love science. This unique perspective provides insight into the nature of happiness that can have a profound effect on your search for contentment.

4 FAQs About Love Science

What Is Love Science?

Love science is based on the idea that people pursue happiness through belief. Religion is a primary example: People feel that by believing in—or “loving”—a higher power, they will be rewarded with or can achieve happiness. This idea exists in cultures around the world, and many people base their lives on it.

What Does Love Science Do?

neuropsychologyIn neuropsychology, studying love science helps strip the idea that happiness is a gift earned through superstition and shows that it is something you can achieve on your own. Rather than being given, happiness already exists around and within people. By making adjustments to your life and understanding, you can attain it through practice.

How Does Happiness “Exist?”

According to a variety of philosophies, happiness is something that “flows” around people at all times. In neuropsychology studies, people often recall being happy when they’re absorbed in an activity, whether it be a simple task or an act of creation. By not concentrating on troubles, they’ve tapped into existing “happiness” and are simply accepting its flow. Likewise, people experience unhappy feelings when they are focused only on themselves. This is when they’re distracted from the existing flow and focus only on their problems and flaws.

How Can Love Science Help Me Be Happy?

There are many neuropsychiatry methods to help people discover happiness on their own with practice and guidance. In some cases, the inability to accept the flow of happiness can be related to hormonal or emotional issues. Mood disorders and other conditions psychiatry addresses may be “distracting” you from the flow. By working with a neuropsychology specialist, you can learn to overcome this.

If you’re interested in exploring love science or other treatments, turn to the professionals at North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA. They have locations in Chapel Hill, Charlotte, and Raleigh and are dedicated to helping patients overcome their problems through commitment and customized treatment. Call (919) 933-2000 today to schedule a consultation and visit their website and Facebook to learn more about their services.

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