By Esin Yagel
“Everyone has a doctor in him or her; we just have to help it in its work. The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well” Hippocrates once said.
Medicine was not so advanced in my childhood, and psychology was a rising star. No wonder, most medical doctors who could not come up with a proper and meaningful diagnosis would end up saying: “It is probably psychological!” Continue reading →
by Esin Yagel
“Me he Obruni. Ya fre me Esin.
Me pow chow, e te sen?”
In the Twi language spoken in the southern region of Ghana, these words translate as: “I am a white person/foreigner. My name is Esin. Please, how are you?” Continue reading →
I like the visual representation of data in this chart, reproduced from Nicolas Rapp’s quite interesting Information Design blog. I find the data both counterintuitive and yet very intuitive at the same time: Continue reading →
Onto a more sensitive topic… As a serial monogamist, I spent almost all of my teenage and young adult years in a relationship, be it over short or long distances. Only recently have I finally had the chance to really experience what it entails to be literally single. Continue reading →