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The Masks

We were once our own true self during the conception in our mother’s womb

Until we came to the world

And a mask was put on us… 59 more words

A Week without Social Media | Part 1

Since I published some of the findings of my master thesis – suggesting that we’re better off without social media – I wanted to write about the real-life effects of not being connected 24/7. 251 more words


How to Read Someone's Personality?

I have come across a number of people who have frequently asked me to explain their personality? And I just smile and want to say Is it quite simple? 172 more words


Humans will actually react pretty well to news of alien life

Research published in Frontiers in Psychology investigates humanity’s hypothetical reaction to the discovery of extraterrestrial microbial life.

– By Arizona State University

Austin, Texas, Feb. 16, 2018 – As humans reach out technologically to see if there are other life forms in the universe, one important question needs to be answered: When we make contact, how are we going to handle it? 663 more words


My Views and Values, Told Through Famous Quotes

For a time I maintained this blog the way I thought any professional (e.g., dentist, accountant, etc.) would by keeping the content restricted to my trade and professional interests. 438 more words


Bigots, left or right, differ in their targets of opportunity, but deep down all are miserable sods looking for someone to bully, abuse and hate

Among the big five personality traits, only low Agreeableness was consistently linked to being prejudiced – but those low in Agreeableness actually disliked nearly everyone. …

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Public Choice

A More Pleasant Breakdown of the Gender "Pay Gap" [Infographic]

Many have viewed, or heard of, that viral “car crash” of an interview between the now very famous Canadian clinical psychologist Jordan B. Peterson and… 336 more words