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Headshots!

A big thanks to one of my favourite photographers (and people!), Shimona Henry from Pin Up Photography. Shimona is someone I met through a special sale she had last Easter. 495 more words

Journal

Just leave me alone or I might just stab you in the eye

Seriously I only get the rush to type full sentences when I’m depressed or mad or I feel the need to give the finger to every single individual that makes my blood boil. 143 more words

Life

Facial expressions. Smile

Communication itself, as I mentioned in the previous article, is complex. Despite our desires during the communication we send information to the interlocutor by verbal and non-verbal ways.  666 more words

Facial Expressions

The face tells the story...

Ever had someone say, “Why are you making that face?” Or rather just come up and say, “Wow, you look happy today. What happened?” Or the dreaded, “Ugh. 249 more words

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Facial expressions

Haven’t drawn expressions since I got into digital painting, here’s a shot back at it again!

Art

Botox slows comprehension of emotional sentences

The functional role of the periphery in emotional language comprehension.
Front Psychol. 2013 May 27;4:294.
Havas DA, Matheson J.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23750145

Language can impact emotion, even when it makes no reference to emotion states. 285 more words

Science > Cognition

No, actually, I don't need to smile in pictures.

Let’s talk a little bit about micro-aggressions.  I linked to Wikipedia, but the basic definition of a micro-aggression is a non-physical act of aggression that happens in a brief or casual way.   663 more words

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