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On the case of saying the phrase, “no offence” followed by a statement that may or may not cause offence. Should you use the phrase? Should you avoid the phrase? Is the phrase misleading? For what purpose might one misuse … Continue reading
Emotional bids A husband and wife are at the breakfast table. The wife looks out the window and says, “oh what a pretty bird”. The husband looks in the paper and says, “looks like there is a town meeting on … Continue reading
Some friends can be draining. When you think about spending time with them you recall being made to feel tired. Maybe they always bring you down. They say things that make you feel frustrated. They sound like a broken record … Continue reading
A novel model of ADHD. Some self reported experiences and a comparison of motivation, flow, and more.
Imagine your mind is a big whiteboard. All the things you want to do are on the board. By the end of a day the whiteboard is full of the things you thought about. Things you ran out of time … Continue reading
Let’s talk about agency. This week I read Transform Your Self, as reviewed by Kaj Sotala in How I found and fixed the root problems behind my depression and anxiety after 20 years. Transform your self explains that we each carry identities, self … Continue reading
To my dear friend, I value you more than you know. I want to share this because it’s so very important to me that you grow. I want you to become a better person. I don’t see the bad. I … Continue reading