Point of Reference.

While I fixate on the idea of just how much emotions influence the behaviour of people, I've only lately begun to wonder about what influences my own behaviour. More importantly, what characteristics make up my personality. Because for a long time I've accepted that if emotions dictate much of human behaviour, then ultimately emotions also... Continue Reading →

True Love.

I'll be what ever you need me to be, as long as I get what I want out of you. Not even that, I'll simply pretend to be what ever you need. Don't worry, you won't know the difference. I'll barely notice that I'm doing it. I'll convince both you and I. Because I myself... Continue Reading →

A Void Full of Everything

In my last post I explained the meaningful relationship between experience and emotion. One could argue that the way in which these things interact form the very essence of what it is to be human. The human is a uniquely intelligent design because of its exceptional ability of perception. The way in which humans are... Continue Reading →

How to Emotion: Volume IV.

When I was much younger, I would practice different facial expressions in front of the mirror. As far back as I can remember, perhaps since age six or seven, before and after every shower I would stand in front of the mirror and envision different social scenarios, and then react. Paying close attention to the... Continue Reading →

The Inner Workings

Disorders such as ASPD can lead to many different outcomes throughout life. Some outcomes are better than others, while others are worse than most. The only certainty from case to case is that each and every individual who has ASPD will carry their own unique set of characteristics and traits. ASPD personality outcomes depend heavily... Continue Reading →

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