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    Four things you can do to be more of yourself at work: Part two
    In part one of this article, we discussed the first step of comparing you as a person to the chosen career and job you’re currently doing in that field. Once you’ve carefully considered your career and job and have decided you’re...
  • Masks
    Four things you can do to be more of yourself at work: Part one
    It seems the longer we spend in our careers, the more difficult it becomes to be who we really are. Many people find themselves asking the question, “Can I still be myself while at work?” The answer to that question is, “It...
  • What's the difference between an empath and an introvert?
    What's the difference between an empath and an introvert?
    If you are just beginning to explore the possibility that you are an empath, you probably have a lot of questions. One of the most common is “Am I an empath or an introvert?” The two share many traits and are easily confused,...
  • Extrovert or Introvert: What's the Difference?
    Extrovert or Introvert: What's the Difference?
    If you are like most people, you probably think an extrovert is outgoing and lively and that an introvert is shy and reserved. You may even think that with a little practice introverts can become extroverts and become the life of the party....
  • The Boxtrolls
    Review: 'The Boxtrolls' should have remained inside the box
    "The Boxtrolls" is a recent stop motion film created by the makers of "Coraline"and "Paranorman." The film follows the story of a group of “boxtrolls” who roam Cheesebridge's streets at night, much to...
  • How the World Sees You
    How the World Sees You review
    How the World Sees You by Sally Hogshead offers a new approach to personality analysis. Well-known tools such as Myers-Briggs look at how the individual sees the world. Hogshead holds up a mirror (literally-there is one on the cover of her book)...
  • Rorschach Inkblot
    Mind games: How our brain has to make sense of even the most senseless, part one
    The Rorschach test (inkblot test) is a classic example of how our brains have to make sense of everything. This is simply ink on paper. Nothing is drawn and there is no correct answer to what the person viewing this test might see in the blot. It...
  • Astrological personality traits
    Astrological personality traits
    Aries (March 21 to April 20)This sign is represented by the ram and is ruled by the planet Mars. Some characteristics of Aries are, independent, impulsive, arrogant, competitive, adventurous, dynamic, courageous and energetic. Aries always want to...
  • Cat people may be smarter than dog people
    Cat people are smarter than dog people, study says
    Cat people and dog people have different personalities, and a new study shows that cat people may also be smarter than dog people. An article on LiveScience says that dog people tended to identify as more outgoing and energetic, and tend to...
  • Personality Cards for Kids
    Personality Cards for Kids
    There's a certain sense of wonderment which comes along with a fortune. Whether this fortune comes from a psychic and their tarot cards or the local paper, the excitement of reading a fortune never wears old.An idea for a more kid friendly...
  • Symbolic round seen in eclipse
    Viewing an astrology chart - the round art basics
    Readers are much more sophisticated about astrology these days, yet the most common astrology oversimplifies. For this reason, astrology has lost some credibility. Human beings are complex; in-depth astrology always reflects a multifaceted...
  • Jacqueline Laurita
    ‘RHONJ’ star Jacqueline Laurita wishes she had been more silly
    “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Jacqueline Laurita has been on the show for quite some time and this new upcoming season will be the first one that she won’t be filming. She is now revealing that she does have some...
  • How to build a relationship with an introvert in the workplace
    How to build a relationship with an introvert in the workplace
    There are all types of personalities in the world. The words shy, bubbly, quiet, and gregarious could describe anyone and everyone. However, there are two types that don’t seem to be talked about very often – introverts and extroverts....
  • Health and marital conflict in older couples: Positivity and personality.
    Health and marital conflict in older couples: Positivity and personality
    A husband’s agreeable personality and good health appear crucial to preventing conflict among older couples who have been together a long time, according to a study from University of Chicago researchers. The report found that such...
  • Cohabitation or marriage? Which personal traits are preferred by those studied?
    Cohabitation or marriage? Which personal traits are preferred by those studied?
    What characteristics make a person more likely to marry versus cohabitate? It's your grooming, your personality, and your attractiveness, says new research. In a new study, "Personal traits, cohabitation, and marriage," recently...