Category Archives: psychology

The Adventure of Waiting–MCA Denver until August 22, 2021

 Waiting. Waiting again. Now at Safelight Autoglass. This wait was totally unexpected. The timing was freakish. An ice block from the overpass hit our windshield as we were driving under it. It delayed our trip by a whole day. … Continue reading

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Renate Does Body Language 4 Success

And a Book on the Horizon “We judge a person in less than the first two minutes of an encounter based on their appearance and behavior,” body language specialist Renate Mousseux says. “65 percent of our communication comes across in … Continue reading

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Blind Spot and Happiness

What is art? It is definitely a skill. And? Art is also the way we look at things. How we perceive an object or image is in the eye of the beholder. Sometimes, however, art is in the blind spot. … Continue reading

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It Is ADHD—What Now?

This article is for entertainment purposes only. Author is not responsible for diagnosis or therapy misadventures, but hopes that the information might be somewhat helpful. For solid proven advice, go to www.chadd.org You just got your diagnosis, which you long suspected, … Continue reading

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Does My Child Have ADHD? Part II

This article is for entertainment purposes only. Author is not responsible for diagnosis or therapy misadventures, but hopes that information might be somewhat helpful. For proven advice, go to http://www.chadd.org/ The first part of this article described the hyperactive symptoms of … Continue reading

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