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 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: 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 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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