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​i have been finding so many awesome places, things, and people to photograph. i am so happy to be able to drive around, explore, and find hidden treasures. 750 more words

Self-disclosure

How to (Not) Self-Destruct

  1. Stop thinking negative thoughts. Stop it.
  2. Wonder how you could love people as well as hate them at precisely the same time. You’d thought that happened only in badly-written rom-coms, and certainly not stable friendships.
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Friendship

Ko Wai Au-Who am I?Self-disclosure, authenticity and being heard...

Ko Hikurangi te Maunga teitei, Ko Waiapu te Awa, Ko Ngati Porou te Iwi.

Hikurangi is my lofty mountain, Waiapu is my river, Ngati Porou is my tribe.

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Authenticity

wtf...

what the fuck.

i just got back from taking buggs for a walk.

i was fully clothed in my “leave the house costume.”

i walked in the door, bent over, and took his leash off. 318 more words

Self-disclosure

How to make friends

So this morning I think this is what I hear from I think the Father

Make friends
Me: how?
Be real

This song is good is good example clarifying an example of being real. 27 more words

Good Grief

Therapy is in part a dance of self-disclosure, an opportunity to reveal ourselves to another and – as one of my clients put it – “talk about things I don’t want to talk about.” In my practice at least, the self-disclosure is a two-way street; in developing a therapeutic relationship my clients get to know me as a real person with a real life, and learn at least some of the context of that life. 431 more words

Do online privacy concerns predict privacy behavior?

In a new article, we (Lemi Baruh, Ekin Seçinti, Zeynep Cemalcılar) meta-analytically chime in on the frequently debated concept of “privacy paradox”.  We  investigate whether users’ reported privacy concerns and literacy influence the extent to which they utilize online services (including but not limited to SNSs), disclose personal information and adopt measures to protect their privacy. 53 more words

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