Tai's Psychology Blog: Creative people tend to be... →
thisisnotpsychology: We’re usually one or the other, either preferring to be in the thick of crowds or sitting on the sidelines and observing the passing show. In fact, in current psychological research, extroversion and introversion are considered the most stable personality traits that differentiate people from each other and that can be reliably measured. Creative individuals, on the other...
by Micah Robles February 20, 2012 You, who choose to close your ears, who turn their gaze away from “beautiful women” on the covers of Vogue and the boards scattered across the metro, I applaud. You, who are not consumed by the numbers on the scale beneath your feet that try to dictate how much (or rather, how little) you should eat, I envy. You, who know that true beauty is found...
My Honest Piece
DISCLAIMER: Please don’t read this if you’re trying to just be happy and content with yourself—especially your weight. I’m trying to understand what would really make me happy. It seems I can’t force myself to enjoy eating as much as I hoped. I’m back to 120lbs after having dropped to 113lbs last 2010. While it took nearly two years for me to gain back seven...