My parents used scare tactics on me when I was a child and, given my genetic propensity toward anxiety, it probably wasn’t the wisest method of child-rearing in retrospect. Take, for example, the story that inspired this post: At a mere five years old, I made frequent, albeit unsuccessful, attempts to scale our kitchen counters. … Continue reading Scare Tactics, Part 1: The Powdered Creamer Atop Mt. Counter
I finally got my laptop fixed. I had to reformat it (losing six years worth of writing in the process) and now it still runs super slow. Not much to say today so, here are some pictures I edited for fun: And here are a few motivational memes:
Whenever I take the Myers-Briggs personality test, I often wonder if I’m answering the questions correctly or not. I know that statement is absurd, given that it is a purely subjective test, but I still feel as though I’m doing something wrong. Interestingly enough, the material concerning my personality type actually addresses this kind of … Continue reading Cult of Personality
Whether it’s a full-blown phobia or something that just scares the bejeezus out of you, we all have that one thing that makes us weak in the knees. Maybe it’s ghosts, clowns, or even spiders. For me, my biggest fear is that of being buried alive. No, of course this is not rational. But in … Continue reading Taphophobia: Saved By the Bell?
This topic strikes a chord with me as my mother passed away December of 2016. Here's an article on how to cope with losing a loved one. According to the counseling website Better Help, grief is considered a normal reaction to a loss. The loss can be either someone or something you loved and cared … Continue reading Grief Therapy