Category: 100 Conversations

Reality & Trust, Chapter 1 | ‘Homesickness’

Today I’m going to continue some ongoing work to edit and collate the book, Reality & Trust, so as to be able to ready it for a proper release soon. […]

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#111 Empathy

I have been reading this, today. https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-25433/15-essential-qualities-of-relationships-that-last.html This is the part about empathy: 5. There’s mutual empathy. Another key quality of a healthy relationship is empathy. Empathy means trying to understand […]

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#110 Joy

What is joy?  Checked out some internet stuff to learn more about this emotion. Joy, according to Merriam-Webster online, is the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune or by […]

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#109 ‘Are your parents abusive?’

#109 ‘Are your parents abusive?’

Here’s an article to help you find out. https://www.eqi.org/how_to_know_if_your_parents_are_abusing_you.htm This last comment from ‘Susan, Chicago’ is beautiful:

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#108 ‘ It’s easy to feel hopeless when you can’t help someone who is unaware’

‘The good news is that although we can’t force insight on them, we can minimize their impact on us.’

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#107 Toxic Social

I have been reading. I found this..

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Protected: #106 ‘Avoid recreating the toxicity’

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#105 Millenialove

From Xavier Young, at: https://loveisconfusing.com/2018/04/04/millennial-relationships-hard/ I liked this article. It’s about rushing around… millienially… when it comes to… relationships.

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#104 Good anger

Found this. Very interesting. A great article for anyone dealing with difficult people who keep trying to erase your reality. Haha.

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#103 Joy

Making people happy. How do you do it? It’s never really easy, is it, to understand the mechanics of doing things in a way that actually resonate meaningfully, if you […]

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#102 How to choose your life partner

Here’s a starter prompt for today. From T. Urban‘s blog, ‘Wait but Why,’ this intriguing anti-mainstream essay on choosing your life partner… Quite a riot.

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