New to the ever-popular personality test page… **11/12/13 Chinese Personality Analysis Ever since I used the Jungian personality test to gain insight into students and housemates – and myself, and myself… – I’ve been a little obsessed with dissecting the traits that comprise one’s personality. I truly feel like I get along better with the people I live with, understand … Read More
I came across a quote in an article I read today, about what being an “introvert” means, versus being an “extrovert”. It was so concise it blew me away: “For introverts, most social interactions take a little out of that cup instead of filling it the way it does for extroverts.” I love to give. I feel a calling to … Read More
I always said, back in my days in academia, that my life was my research, and my research was my life. Be careful what you decide for your life and career, folks. As a fortune cookie wisely told me in March: I certainly do not regret my thesis (actually not a too-dry read, or at least I’ve been told so…), nor … Read More
This is a quick post – because I am not finished a summary of Goffman’s Asylums, a readers’ request, and I just cannot explain another concept right now. Yes, I am guilty of procrastination, though I truly believe that my writing is much better when I fieel like writing, when I am inspired. I wrote a post for the online … Read More
I happened upon the work of a well-known bioanthropologist, Helen Fisher. She explains human emotions, particularly love, through biological facts about the human species and others. Blasphemy, to the staunch social constructionists that I spent working with during my honors and graduate degrees. I happen to think sociobiology is undeniable, however. It’s a good thing I am not hanging around the … Read More
Just a note to let you know that two new quizzes are available in the “Am I Crazy?” area. The amount of pressure I put on paper when I write explains my “bipolar” symptoms! :p The test on attachment styles is far better. Psychologists say that our personalities, and damage done by trauma, is revealed more by attachment styles than … Read More
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