Article by Marsha Lucas, Ph.D.

Marsha Lucas, Ph.D.

Marsha Lucas, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist/neuropsychologist in Washington, DC.  Her article on the brain and relationships was originally published on Intent blog, which features a wide variety of authors and experts in the areas of health, self-help, spirituality, relationships, leadership, social transformation, and many other inspiring topics.

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It’s never too late to have a (brain that’s wired as if it had a) happy childhood.Therapists get this question a lot: “Okay, so now that I understand how my history made me a mess when it comes to relationships, what now? It’s not like I can go back in time and change my childhood.”The “what now” is that there’s increasing evidence that the simple practice of mindfulness meditation...