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WHY CATS KICK THEMSELVES IN THE FACE

I have long held a theory about cats: for all their potential for grace, power, stealth, and general elegance, they sometimes genuinely do not have any control over their own bodies.   381 more words

Animals

Trusting people part two- who's to blame?

So a question I have always asked myself, and something that I wrestling with understanding on a DAILY basis is the blame game. Who’s to blame when something goes wrong? 506 more words

Personal Blogs

Projection Magnet

Lately I am struggling with people’s point of view. I seem to be drawn in a spot that constantly buffles me. I started becoming ill in the inside and cannot seem to get out of it. 920 more words

All About Psychology

Defense Mechanism used by Children

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While working with the children in the children home and juvenile center, I observed numbers of Defense Mechanism used by Children. Most they used cursing. 18 more words

Group Work Practice Tips

Defensiveness, a Very Bad Habit that Destroys Communication

Defensiveness is a powerful way to reassure yourself. Everybody does it almost every day if they have relationships. Defensiveness is a knee jerk reaction that says… 426 more words

Couples/Relationships

Why Kaitlyn Didn't Win The Bachelor

((I’d been waiting to write this post for a few weeks now, just in case Kaitlyn did win…but I always knew this was never her game. 720 more words

Life

Self-afflictions

One of the defense mechanisms people use, whether knowingly or not, is pessimism. You want to believe in yourself. But the impact of anything that could suggest otherwise appears too afflicting, not to mention it’s effect on your esteem. 79 more words

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