Tag Archives: science/psychology

Link: Fear Us

Fear Us You also probably came here because you want to know more about the data presented and if it is true, etc. etc. Before you start reading, I want to let you know this website, as it is now, … Continue reading

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Link: What to Do When You’ve Been Betrayed – Deepak Chopra

What to Do When You’ve Been Betrayed – Deepak Chopra After being betrayed, most of us want two things, usually at the same time. We want to wound the person who hurt us—as deeply and as excruciatingly—as we’ve been wounded, … Continue reading

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Link: The hoarding scale

The hoarding scale A common question I’m asked when people find out that I’m an organizer (after they ask, “Oh, so you work for the unions and stuff?”) is, “Do you see a lot of hoarders?” Television shows like “Hoarders: … Continue reading

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Link: 6 Reasons You Shouldn’t ‘Still Be Friends’ | Psychology Today

6 Reasons You Shouldn’t ‘Still Be Friends’ | Psychology Today From statements of celebrity splits to impromptu break-up texts, to speeches in front of middle-school lockers, there is a notion in our culture that breakups should be sweet and amicable. … Continue reading

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Link: An Artificial One-Liner Generator | Scientia Salon

An Artificial One-Liner Generator | Scientia Salon The following is an idea I’ve been mulling over and talking to friends about for a few months. I thought I’d finally share it to see if anyone liked it or was interested … Continue reading

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