September 27th, 2021

Why There’s Benefit to Framing the Immediate As the Past

This article aims to express the importance of viewing today’s happenings with the perspective that time away from them provides. In hopefully helping you attain an even perspective on today’s hardships, this information may also help you manage others in stressful times.  A difficult, lengthy wooded trail becomes less intimidating once you’ve hiked it through.  … Read more

Why There’s One Good Reason To Resist Gossiping

This article is about a reason to stop gossiping.  The pasty aftertaste gossiping leaves behind is unpleasant. One person invites the other into partaking in the act by testing waters. They toss out a riveting gossip-dipped sentence or two and wait for a response.  When placed in such a spot, the listener – on average … Read more

Why the Skilled Sociopath Doesn’t Fear Apologizing

This article challenges the belief that sociopaths avoid apologizing for their wrongdoings and generally avoid accepting blame. A sociopath is an individual who seeks to use, exploit, and discard the people they come across in life. Sociopaths seek to achieve their goals at others’ expense without considering any costs their victims accrue.   The tendency to … Read more

Why You Become a Dog When You Bark Back at One

Verbal altercations are adrenaline-pumping.  A counterpart’s loss of composure is difficult to observe from an unbiased perspective. We often become a victim of their instability at a heated moment, and have to make important social decisions in a limited amount of time. As pressure of any kind mounts in the mind of those you speak … Read more

How to Introduce Nuance to Popular Ideologies / Trends You Disagree With

This article is about introducing your well thought-out opinion which may oppose one-sided group discourse you deem dangerous. Popular, one-sided ideologies seem to inevitably devolve into arming vocal, opportunistic minorities with mighty speaker phones and deafening earmuffs. The silencing forces those who disagree with popular ideas feel don’t remain stagnant. By the time a popular … Read more

Why Your Patterns Are More Important Than Your Acts in Stealth

This article is a write-up about keeping your general patterns of behavior in mind when thinking about the attention your individual acts may garner.  The need to remain discreet in day-to-day tasks isn’t always rooted in nefarious soil. Attention brings with it negativity notwithstanding which acts garner that attention.  An individual’s capacity to efficiently complete … Read more

How to Perform Well in Online Meetings / Web Conferences

This article is about adjusting your interpersonal habits to supplement your status of working from home (remote work).  You’ll find that the dynamics of interpersonal interactions change when you begin working remotely. The three main methods of communication you’ll be exposed to are long form written (e.g. emails), instant written (e.g. messengers, chats), and audio … Read more

Why Victims of Oppression Grow More Loving

This article is a warning to oppressors of any kind; victims of your oppression are sensitive to empathy, and will (strongly) bond over it.  The tale of giving when one’s got nothing left to give is universally poignant. It preaches hope to the hopeless by containing an important lesson about love. The lesson contained defines … Read more

Why the Observer Identity Is a Social Hack 

This article presents reasons why you should focus on maintaining an observer mindset in regards to the people you socially surround yourself with.  Our contentment with the goals we set for ourselves is dented when watching others so vehemently achieve their own. People seem to know exactly who they are, what they need to do, … Read more