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The Ben Franklin effect demystified

If you are familiar with social psychology you might have heard of the Ben Franklin effect. The Ben Franklin effect states that if you do a person a favor, you are more likely to do so again. 308 more words

Psychology

On 'like' culture & what it says about us

i have been thinking about this for quite some time, years even & lately i have been plotting out ideas for essays & have finally took all my scattered notes, brought them together into something cohesive & hopefully of some value. 1,955 more words

Society

Rebellious act

In a society that profits from your self doubt, liking yourself is rebellious act

HE LIKES ME, HE LIKES ME NOT

He Likes me. . .

He Likes me not. . .
He Likes me. . .

If memory serves,
what once was done
+++++with wistful plucks… 91 more words

Poetry

Finding & Losing

It is never a competition though we bare the loss, forgetting not being easy and apologies are not some coin you can toss…


It’s never just finders keepers cause you loose you weep, knock and it’s open you seek and you keep… 183 more words

Poetry

I see—you don't like me.

I will worm my way into your red-state heart—just to see if I can.

Likings arise when one has no earthly reason for liking - the most wildly improbable marriages and uncommon friendship. Patrick O'Brian

Likings arise when one has no earthly reason for liking – the most wildly improbable marriages and uncommon friendship.

Patrick O’Brian

Friendship