January 22nd, 2021

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 Complaining About Where You Stand Will Get You Demoted

This article will cover the topic of being displeased with others’ ranking of you in the various social domains you find yourself in.  Managing people involves organizing them, prioritizing certain ones, and triaging those who need help most. The ones managing the groups in need of management share common management methods notwithstanding what domain they … 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

Why There Are Traps to Being Overly Private / Secluded

We think we can ignore pain until we realize pain from past events influencing our behavior in the current day. People attempt to appear strong in the face of pain to their detriment down the line. They ignore it, drink it away, only to then unknowingly project it, allow it to damage their relations with … Read more

Why You Shouldn’t Use Words Which Minimize Your Mistakes

Someone’s description of getting into a fender bender can take the form of “I hit the other car,” or, “I tapped the other car.” Though the action and its consequences wouldn’t have changed in the matter, the latter description above minimizes the deed through the strategic use of a subtler verb. If you pay close … Read more