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Want to Be Heard? Listen...and Hear...

Do you remember the little plastic animals, usually dogs, that people used to place in the back windows of their cars?  These plastic pooches would nod their heads as the car moved, giving the impression that they were looking around. 405 more words


Have Pup, Lower Your BP

A friend who understands this blogging stuff so much better than I do recently mentioned something that made me scratch my head and think, “Now, why didn’t I think of that?” Her suggestion: Why not reblog an old post every now and then? 446 more words

The Map Is Not The Journey

The words we have at our disposal are quite often beneath the task of sufficiently encapsulating who we are. Not only do they strain under the weight of using them to try to convey our nature one to another, we struggle to fully grasp the depth and breadth of our own being. 783 more words


Expressions and Gestures video

An interesting video on expressions and gestures and how it relates to emotion and deception. It’s about 20 minutes – perfect for a short (and informative) break. Enjoy!

Nonverbal Communication

Seminar: Empowering Characters' Emotions with Margie Lawson

Yosemite Romance Writer’s
2015 Writer’s Seminar
February 21, 2015

How can writers ‘up’ the emotive power of their work?

By tuning in to the nuances of their characters’ nonverbal communication.

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How Real Does It Feel?

13 January 2015, TV 1045.7 = hours

AUA: advanced class = 1068 hours, total class time = 2006 hours

Years ago, as a college student, I took several semesters worth of French and then ended up spending close to a year in the country, getting to the point where I could understand, speak, and read the language to a decent level; but after graduation I found — and made — precious few opportunities to use French, and so it fell into disuse. 1,189 more words

Thai Language

Just Don't Call Me Late for Dinner

 Caution: You are about to enter a “woowoo” zone. Read at your own risk!

Years ago I went to see an animal communicator.

Well, I went to her presentation to learn more about animal communication. 684 more words