Further to my post yesterday on the subject of haptic and other kinds of supportive and CBT-based environments, I would like to explain today one of the means by which such support may be being provided – in my case (if it be the case), without a) explicit knowledge or b) known informed consent, though – at what I judge to be this late stage – with a fairly broad and accepting collaboration on my part; in other cases, perhaps both being givens, without either given becoming detrimental to the experiment and experience generated. 2,264 more words
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This morning I said I had to do the two scariest things I ever did.
It was untrue.
There were four in total – one plus three – which I clearly needed to do before the second mentioned, though in my haste I failed to realise this at the time; and the both I wrongly described, anyway – they should have been couched in terms of apologies, not declarations of this or that. 398 more words
Today I have been tested on my ability to deal with tiny- and not-so-tiny detail imprecision. The pattern was fairly clear as soon as I went to get the bus, found a notice saying the road was closed and the bus wouldn’t be running its normal route, only then to discover the road was open after all. 289 more words