Written by Dr. Perry, PhD “Music is the universal language of mankind” ~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Around my house, I am known as the music man. I have the habit of walking around playing music out loud from my phone. I have my own personal soundtrack to my life, continuously playing. Music for me is like […] … Continue reading 5 Amazing Benefits of Classical Music🎼 — MakeItUltra™ Psychology
Photographer Natassa Karakatsani is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these photographs. From the project ‘WONDERLAND’. To see Natassa’s body of work, click on any image. When the artificial is considered to be normal, the natural seems to be exotic and sometimes magical. It depends on who is looking. For […] via Fairy Tale Hero … Continue reading Fairy Tale Hero In The Forest — Edge of Humanity Magazine
Written by Dr. Perry, PhD Image Credit: Pixabay “What’s love got to do with it?” ~Tina Turner Humans are born helpless. Unlike other life forms such as insects that are born with fully developed brains and must immediately fend for themselves, we are born totally defenseless. We are unable to walk, talk or feed ourselves. […] … Continue reading What Is Your Attachment Style? — MakeItUltra™ Psychology_Food For Thought.
We live in a very interesting society. One that will stand by and watch as a pregnant woman is clobbered to death by her husband. You should see us, gathered in our little groups, shaking our heads and clicking our tongues in frustration, decrying the increasing rate of murders caused by domestic violence. Did you […] … Continue reading Daybreak — Love, Truth and Life overflow
Photographer Katia Morichetti is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the project ‘The Impossible Elsewhere’. To see Katia’s body of work, click on any image. A few days before my eighth birthday, my parents took me to a child psychologist. I stuttered. The psychologist did […] via Growing Up In A … Continue reading Growing Up In A Silent Home | A Photographer’s Story — Edge of Humanity Magazine
Dear Therapist, When you tell me to give myself time, how much time are talking about? I mean, you’ve taken time and you’ve gone through your Julia Roberts “Eat, Pray, Love” moment. You feel like you’ve made progress. Your challenges and struggles have only made your stronger. You’ve thrived through your dark moments and even … Continue reading Er! How Much Time Are We Talking About?
That’s the thing about pain, it demands to be felt – John Green How do you go from liking your own space, to tears welling up and missing them all the damn time? How do you just pick up the pieces after everything was relentlessly reduced to dust? How do you just live through life’s … Continue reading How Do You Do It?
As she lay there, Her whole life unfolded Infront of her eyes, Only this time not in a blur, But as clear as ever. She finally accepted that her pain started way before she could actually speak fluent English, Pain that was inflicted by those whose blood hypothetically runs deeper than water, She saw the … Continue reading Broken Chains
Sometimes I feel like an amateur living in an already existing world!!! I feel like everyone has got it figured out, you know, I feel like they’ve chosen a niche in this already fucked up world and I’m still trying to figure my shit out!! Do you know how many times I’ve been labelled emotional, … Continue reading Amateur
Like a subtle reminder, she felt herself crown back into her new skin. She felt the old skin shed bit by bit, inch by inch, like a snake crowning into a new scale. She felt her heart beat freely and loudly, she felt her blood flow so slickly through her veins, she felt her stomach … Continue reading Start of Something Good