The Measure of Trust in Comics for a Male Dominated Audience

When the male audience sees a comic book figure of a woman, how well realized the face is drawn, such that the viewer, seeing her picture would recognize what individual personality she was transfigured by and for whom and whatnot,

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Editorial Policy on Mental Illness and the Moral Faculty and Sentiments

There is information about mental illness in the articles and materials here, and it is always presented from the perspective offered by psychology and psychiatry.  I do not agree with nor endorse any form of immorality, obscenity, profanity, or violence.

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How to Enjoy Writing a Book

Many people can write books.  Many of those people also want to write books.  The problem that most of these people face is that they don’t enjoy writing books, nor do they know how to enjoy that act of writing.

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Fear and Trembling in Omaha Nebraska

All that I can truly know about myself right now, is that this person I was raised to be, and am supposed to be, by my upbringing, and through life thus far, is not who I know myself to be. 

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Rule Oriented Behavior, Self-Acceptance, and Negative Peer Review

If you set a rule for yourself for productivity, and then someone rejects you based on your own rule, it halts you with internalized guilt and shame.  If you get ride of the rules that exist by parenting that were

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Tales of the Family: A Play in Three Acts

Tales of the Family. A Comedy in Three Acts Act I: Scene One Characters: Etienne: Father of two, husband to Anice. Anice: Mother of two, wife of Etienne. Spotty: A child born to mayhem.  The firstborn. Alicia: Another child born

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The Price of Creativity

As far as genetic therapy is concerned, why can’t I decide to receive a gene therapy that makes me more crazy on paper, and not in life?  I want to become a bizarre person that has a distinctive type of

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Conflict and Happiness in an Otherwise Meaningless World

What if the universe is just a series of cataclysmic events that cause various physical substances to collide with each other, rebounding infinitely in every direction?  What if everywhere but on earth there is no conflict, just endless cataclysm? Does

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