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Mind Readers Dictionary
Tools for tracking motives in thought and conversation; tools for reading between the lines with greater comprehension, a word of the week service that translates cutting-edge insights from the life and social sciences for application to everyday life produced by Jeremy Sherman Ph.D., M.P.P. a guy who wonders a lot, researches the origins and nature of doubt, ambiguity, purpose, life, significance and the fundamental patterns that drive our decisions. Sherman also writes a blog for Psychology Today called "Ambigamy: Insights for the deeply romantic and deeply skeptical."
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What is with him? How can he believe such garbage? It's so bad it's not even wrong. It's worse than wrong! Sometimes I think he's just clueless. He simply can't see the truth. But then other times I get this whiff of the devious and think he can see the truth just fine but refuses to. For...
Published 01/11/12
That's the fourth time she's done it and this time you're not going to let it pass. Carefully, diplomatically you tell her that she has got to stop insulting you in front of your friends. It's getting weird. If she has complaints and criticisms, you want her to talk with you about them frankly...
Published 11/10/11
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