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  1. Monte314
    06-30-2014 01:17 AM
    Monte314 commented on OCD, I love someone who vanished...
    I discovered that plain talk is more effective with young folks.
  2. thefinalgirl
    05-26-2013 09:20 AM
    thefinalgirl
    Thanks for reporting my comments and getting them deleted because you don't like anyone challenging you. Real mature. I see now why you didn't want to have this conversation on the thread and had to resort to PMing me away from the eyes of the other members. There was nothing private or sensitive in your PM, just a rehash of your earlier arguments and in fact additional responses to my statements, so remind me again why you didn't post in the thread like I asked you to?

    Or will you get this deleted, too?
  3. LadySpock
    03-12-2013 09:58 AM
    LadySpock
    I agree. I find myself stopping by much less than I used to. I rarely get anything helpful from the forum at this point.
  4. Zodd
    02-25-2013 01:04 PM
    Zodd commented on How to handle my depressed boyfriend?
    I agree with all that. Seems very real, although I don't know much about it. So many ways that just help besides the "get your depressed ass of the couch". Anti-depressives also seem to help for a lot of people, yeah. Though they are faaaaar from ideal, it can offer a solution. And for people with a depressive disorder, or people who just are simply depressed, it often can be really bad to be happy, because it just is forced happiness and not real happiness. Mostly talking from my own experience, and some other people on the internet, and people on the internet who try to deny that but it seems like you can look through them (talking about those people who get into exercizing/healthy food and tumblr movitational pics and are always super positive about everything and always avoid dealing with problems or their negative feelings/thoughts).
  5. Evil Muffin
    02-22-2013 12:47 PM
    Evil Muffin commented on What you can tell from faces?
    interesting link. I'll check it out fully later. Thx.
  6. Dasterlyn
    02-22-2013 12:15 PM
    Dasterlyn
    Haha okay. Nice to get some feedback on that. Just curious. See ya around : )
  7. irini
    02-19-2013 03:15 PM
    irini
    Well, no problem. My intentions were good. But I have met such kind of persons and even if the look so perfect they are fake. I do not like fake persons anyway.
  8. irini
    02-19-2013 03:08 PM
    irini
    Yes, I think you are right. He is arrogant. Well, I guess an arrogant person can never be really happy
  9. Carly23
    02-15-2013 08:01 PM
    Carly23
    Why can I not respond to your message? I appreciate your advice!
  10. Dung
    02-12-2013 01:16 PM
    Dung commented on ESFJ wife doesn't do what she says she's gonna do
    Haha, I'll consider your method. Found myself in similar situation and tired to argue pointlessly as well. You're dead right, too. If you're soft about it, things get worse for the other person and the whole relationship suffers more.
  11. ToMatter
    02-09-2013 11:00 PM
    ToMatter
    I am so sorry, I didn't mean to be unthoughtful. I sometimes don't word things as well as I should. I hope your relationship can be worked out, or you can go on to find someone who will appreciate you as you deserve and be just to you.
  12. ToMatter
    02-07-2013 11:51 AM
    ToMatter
    Just as long as you are not "always right" and can accept where you do make mistakes. You have the right to ask for justice in your relationship. Give her understanding if she has a history of traumas that make it difficult for her to see and understand where her actions are not acceptable, but make it plain you will not enable her in her self destructive actions or subject yourself to being victimized. Limit the relationship if she is not willing to face her issues and change. You CAN find positive relationships, so don't settle for less. Good luck.
  13. Clueless
    02-07-2013 10:02 AM
    Clueless
    I think that your friend did/does have a point. It only matters if we let it matter. I detest the politics of division, but also can't stomach the inconsistencies that arise from failing to recognize that we aren't all the same. No reason we can't recognize and appreciate our differences, rather than dismissing them and/or using them to promote discrimination.
  14. Clueless
    Nothing conclusive, but your intuitions seem valid.
  15. Hoster
    02-06-2013 06:05 PM
    Hoster
    Sorry for my female way of thinking: I can't keep my focus on your question and not to think about 50 other things. Reading you post this popped to my mind: maybe there are researches already made about this topic, so you can get more ideas.
  16. Hoster
    02-06-2013 03:09 PM
    Hoster
    I found a video about heroes http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-makes...atthew-winkler As I understand, being a hero is fairy tales is more about personal development than about outside world. According to the scheme, I couldn't even say if Pippi was a hero in that sense.

    I like this talk much more: http://www.ted.com/talks/philip_zimb...y_of_evil.html it is about real world heroes and how do they become ones. As I understand, people who become heroes put themselves in a risk, because they believe it is right. In a way sacrifice themselves for something bigger (as you noticed heroes in animation also do that). In this sense hero takes responsibility for others.

    So maybe hero = overcoming personal fears + taking responsibility (for others)
    Maybe it is about reaching a goal bigger than you, sacrificing security -> growing.
    (In this scheme hero has to be vulnerable, how else we can notice him being strong?)

    So I think being a hero has a little to do with being with peers, because challenges must be taken alone either way.
  17. Hoster
    02-06-2013 04:22 AM
    Hoster
    Do you think we admire heroes which are similar to us or we admire for different reasons and become similar later?
  18. Hoster
    02-05-2013 04:14 PM
    Hoster
    Interesting topic by the way!
  19. Hoster
    Now I feel very smart :D hehe
  20. Dung
    02-04-2013 05:55 PM
    Dung
    Desmond Morris...easy reading, so obvious since well written, yet absolutely hilarious.

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