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Alone but not lonely

Home alone. No date, no going out to a party. Well, it happens. But sometimes, it’s nice to be alone. No arguing with anyone, no boring conversations, no putting up with the wrong person. 182 more words

GREGG PRESCOTT: “The Psychology Of Control Freaks”

by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Editor, In5D.com

Why do people feel the need to control others and what lessons can we learn from both sides of this dilemma? 1,022 more words



It is on you–the lilting cry to be noticed, acknowledged; be seen as more than your poorly schooled past.

It is pungent, that fragrance: the one sourced from too-loud-laugh lily, and the overly exuberant ‘Hi-how-are-yous’ from your patch of morning glory. 206 more words


Introverts Need To Be Understood, Not Fixed

I’ve come up against some bad old conceptions of introversion recently. I thought we had done a good job spreading awareness about what it really means to be an introvert and why our nature is valuable, but the misconceptions still remain. 1,425 more words

Introverts and Extroverts: Common Misinterpretations

The espresso machine squeals in the background as students and professors chatter away. Some students huddle around a laptop to watch a video. Others sit in blue cushioned chairs or against a wall with their earbuds in, studying or reading. 619 more words


Exclusive Recipe: Cordial Cordial (for the polite amongst us)

Cordial juice is quite a weird thing. It’s fruit juice, but it isn’t fruit juice… except it is. Rumour has it, if you drink cordial by itself your face will enter into a far-reaching range of hilariously disturbing spasms which will leave you dribbling like an idiot. 466 more words