Monthly Archives: June 2012

Arguments & Trust

Did you know that married couples that get in arguments at the start of their relationships tend to outlast those who don’t?  Socially, there’s a lot of pressure not to go at it, but that’s unhealthy, because such tends to … Continue reading

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I’m Seekin’ Engagement in the Woist Way

Well, it seems my nascent audience has tuned me out, and I’ve had zilch traffic for a week.  Am I that boring?  I thought I’d been constructive, building patiently on a theme over a series of posts, but other have … Continue reading

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Morphic Shifts

I argue, because I want to trigger morphic shifts in others.  And what, pray tell, is a morphic shift, or transitioning?  Well, paradigms change, and then they do, that’s a morphic shift, for instance.  Archeology for years knew that the … Continue reading

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I’m Looking to Train Someone

I love to argue, and while clearly that love has led to some unlpeasant consequence, it is still something which I be quite passionate about.  Ever heard of “excess individuation”?  I heard of it to describe depression, and find it … Continue reading

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Looking for Strangers Like Me.

Maybe my statements purported by me in my last blog don’t strike you as truth, but I’ve thought it through a  great deal, on top of my personal experiences–that, and I’ve researched a lot on social dynamics, body language, seduction, … Continue reading

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Arguing & the Golden Rule

I despise shrinks because they despise the Golden Rule:  Doing unto others as you would have them do unto you.  Me, I would have others answer my questions according to themselves, and stop worrying about the motives and emotions behind … Continue reading

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