Mindfulness Lessons from Science and Children

Erman Misirlisoy, PhD
9 min readOct 1, 2018
Photo by Vanessa Serpas on Unsplash

There are some human characteristics that we describe as childlike. In growing up, we gladly leave behind many of those qualities. Adults shouldn’t throw tantrums in supermarkets and cry about parents’ tyrannical desires to prevent accidental deaths in the playground. However, some childish adjectives are earnestly used as compliments for adults. When we describe an adult as childlike, we usually refer to some…

Erman Misirlisoy, PhD

Writer/Consultant/Research Leader in Cognitive Neuroscience, UX Research, and the psychology of well-being and productivity 🧠🔬