Wednesday, August 31, 2016

"Stay A Little Longer" by Brothers Osborne

Something like a strong wind is coming over me
It's got a hold of me, yeah
Thinking and doing things I shouldn't be
I really shouldn't be

Give it one more call
It's one more "whatcha doin right now?"
It's one more trip to my side of town and you walk right in
One more here we go again

One more drink leads to another
You slide up close to me
Tear the t-shirts off each other
Your hands all over me
I tell myself I'm not in love
But one more time is not enough
One last kiss and then you're a goner
And I'm here wishing you could stay a little longer

So calm and so cool, yeah I try to be
Like it don't bother me
The last time was the last time
Until I'm all alone and I'm picking up the phone

One more call
It's one more "whatcha doin right now?"
It's one more trip to my side of town and you walk right in
One more here we go again

One more drink leads to another
You slide up close to me
Tear the t-shirts off each other
Your hands all over me
I tell myself I'm not in love
But one more time is not enough
One last kiss and then you're a goner
And I'm here wishing you could stay a little longer

One more drink leads to another
You slide up close to me
Tear the t-shirts off each other
Your hands all over me
I tell myself I'm not in love
But one more time is not enough
One last kiss and then you're a goner
And I'm here wishing you could stay a little longer

Stay a little longer

Wishing you could stay a little longer... 

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

I greet each day with love in my heart.

Monday, August 29, 2016

I choose to fill my world with joy.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

"I am a Divine Expression of life. 

I love and accept myself where I am right now."


- Louise Hay

Friday, August 12, 2016

"Each new moment is influencing my dreams."



"Tapping The Source" 
 by

William Gladstone

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

"I am open to receiving inspiration from my Source."


"Tapping The Source" 
 by

William Gladstone

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Friday, August 05, 2016

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Marijuana Linked To Better Memory, Brain Function In Schizophrenia


Schizophrenics who use cannabis appear to have superior memory and prefrontal cortex functioning.

University of Montreal researchers say cannabis use could preserve memory and prefrontal cortex function in patients with schizophrenia

Marijuana may offer a number of benefits to patients with schizophrenia, according to new research out of Canada.

Published online in the journal Psychiatry Research, the study found that heavy marijuana users performed better on memory tasks than those who avoided cannabis. MRI scans also revealed superior brain function in an area responsible for complex thinking and decision making.

Researchers from the University of Montreal studied 14 patients with a dual-diagnosis (cannabis dependence and schizophrenia) and 14 patients with schizophrenia only.

    “Our results suggest that emotional memory and prefrontal lobe functioning are preserved in dual-diagnosis patients.”
While patients were evaluated based on emotional memory, the researchers observed no differences in emotional responses between the two groups during resting states.

This led the authors to suggest that the superior performance of cannabis users could reflect a “more general difference” in memory.

Previous studies provide support for their findings – the authors note – including an earlier MRI study that found “less impaired brain functioning” in schizophrenic cannabis users. Likewise, another study suggests that certain symptoms of the disorder could be due to a lack of marijuana-like chemicals in the brain.

And while some still believe that cannabis causes problems when it comes to schizophrenia, the latest study only “adds to the growing literature showing that some key functions (negative symptoms, social skills, cognition) are preserved” in patients who use cannabis, conclude the authors.

The study was funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Fonds de Recherche en Santé du Québec (FRSQ).