Monthly Archives: March 2014

I’ve lived my entire life… in 17 years?

The fundamental basis of one of the most prominent learning theories that is out there, Pavlov’s classical conditioning theory, basically holds that through repetition, we become accustomed and we “learn”. (Or at least that’s what I got out of the … Continue reading

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Stop Slapping Yourself

“Stop slapping yourself… stop slapping yourself… why are you slapping yourself?”  If your childhood was even remotely similar to mine- meaning it included hands and siblings who loved to tease- this phrase will probably ring a bell. If it doesn’t, … Continue reading

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Writing about Writing

I think that the simultaneously best and worst thing about writing is the overwhelming need to release the thought. I could be- as I currently am- staring at a checklist of things that I have to do in a time … Continue reading

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