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Category Archives: psychology
Here's a lovely poem that I had never heard before today: I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, And Mourners to and fro Kept treading – treading – till it seemed That Sense was breaking through – And when they … Continue reading
Both the single best TED talk I've ever seen, and one of the best *things* I've ever seen, period. I want to live in a world where everyone has watched this.
<strong>Depression itself is not a disease: It's a complex emotion</strong>, one that mostly-healthy people can go through due to a variety of factors. It's normal to be depressed for a day sometimes, or for longer in response to getting dumped … Continue reading
I've not been writing a lot here, lately, because so much of it would be about depression*, and I'm rarely proud of what I write about it when I'm in the middle of dealing with it. But definitely go read … Continue reading
World, I'm working my butt off at a tough new job, and recovering from an intense visit from family. I'm halfway through upgrading this site, editing my novella*, and yet another hilariously intense depression. My apologies for going radio silent … Continue reading
Crazy, so I'm an ENFJ now. I was an INTJ when I took it last, at least a decade ago; and I find the changes enlightening. My preferences for social extraversion and judgement over perception are fairly slight (22%), … Continue reading
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