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Rationalising Confidence

Lack of confidence is something which a lot of people experience in their lifetimes. Largely, it is our first experiences of social anxiety whilst we are children and young adults that allow us to become confident, well-rounded adults by the time we leave home and become fully-fledged members of the world – but it doesn’t always work like that. 708 more words

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The Fearless Man, Stop being the "Nice Guy"

Who is the most important person in your life?

The right answer to that question is you. And let me explain to you why. Yes, I would take a bullet for someone else, but not because they are the most important person in my life, it’s because I love them dearly. 382 more words


Nature Watch: Thrust Fault

I’ve been really excited to share this photo with you. It may not look like much at first, but it’s actually an image of a thrust fault. 260 more words


Cigarette Perfume, Tebow's still not T-boning, Martian Mouse, and no more sex with the mailperson

Somebody sing my jingle – I’m about to read the news. You sensitive types shouldn’t forget to peep the disclaimer.

1. Fashion Designer (?) Mary-Kate Olsen marries some much older rich guy. 516 more words

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Reminisce nostalgic

A score and two later

Wonder beheld beyond limits prescribed

Such incredible and undisputed reality

Above apex of power and might

It captivates to this very moment… 73 more words


Water World

Although Enceladus and Saturn’s rings are largely made up of water ice, they show very different characteristics. via NASA http://ift.tt/1IvHEuX