Category: Reference Materials

Yelp Badge : True Yelper.

The key to earning this badge is to check-in first, wait 15 minutes or so, and then write your review. I thought it was cheating to use Yelp this way because it looks like I visited the establishment twice in one day, but this is how Yelp works best. Check-in first, wait, then write the Read More

Yelp Badge : Pro.

Although I currently have 74 check-ins on Yelp, I earned this badge today for “50 check-ins”. My guess is that it must be for 50 unique check-ins, sans duplicates. Yeah me! Read More

Exploring the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) personality types.

Source: The Myers & Briggs Foundation website MBTI http://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/ Excerpted from the MBTI® Manual: A Guide to the Development and Use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Favorite world: Do you prefer to focus on the outer world or on your own inner world? This is called Extraversion (E) or Introversion (I). Information: Do you prefer Read More

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Signs & Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders. – By U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

  Source: http://maketheconnection.net/conditions/anxiety-disorder?gclid=CIGv5_X3wsUCFQwIaQodilgAHQ#1 What are the signs of anxiety disorders? A wide variety of symptoms may be signs of an anxiety disorder, some of which may be physical symptoms: Trembling, twitching, or shaking Feeling a fullness in the throat or chest Having difficulty catching your breath Feeling like your heart is pounding Feeling dizzy or Read More

The Hot and Cold Coquette – by Robert Greene.

An excerpt from The Art of Seduction by Robert Greene. (A Joost Elffers Book.) Buy it on Amazon.com: The Art of Seduction Greene, R. (2003). The Coquette. In The art of seduction (pp. 68-78). New York, NY: Penguin Books. The Cold Coquette: The ability to delay satisfaction is the ultimate art of seduction – while Read More

Reblog: What is a Mood Disorder? – by Danielle Broomfield.

Clever illustration of eight different types of mood disorders. Read More

Reblog: Do Anti-Anxiety Drugs Raise the Risk of Alzheimers Disease?

I’m reblogging this article because it describes withdrawal from anxiety meds like Xanax and Valium, a topic that is close to my heart. However, the article does NOT show a clear connection between dementia and anxiety meds. That’s just a scary headline. Read More

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