Do You Know How Important Curiosity Is In Life And In Therapy? By Dr Linda Berman.

This is crucial, I believe for Doctors who so often are unable to take the time to really listen to the patient.

imageCuriosity (Mission San Juan Caistrano) – (Joseph Kleitsch)

“Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people.”

Leo Burnett

Curiosity is being eager to find out about new things, to know and learn about various aspects of the world.

It means that we will investigate with some enthusiasm whatever interests us.

Being curious requires an openness of mind, and a willingness to pursue new knowledge and experiences.

Einstein regarded curiosity as a basic aspect of his success :

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.”


Well, that was Einstein…. but how might such curiosity helpus?

Research into the benefits of curiosity has revealed that it is a crucial factor in academic learning.

“Curiosity is the beginning of all wisdom.”

Françoise Sagan

It is also well documented that curiosity can make us feel happier, enhance relationships

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