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11 Psychological Hits and Misses in “Bridgerton” | Bridgerton (2020) | Movie Analysis

A modern, American interpretation of Regency-era England, with a hint of Jane Austen. That’s “Bridgerton”, the Christmas present we all got from Shondaland and Netflix at the end of 2020 [Thank you!]. The new series, based on the novels of Julia Quinn, is a daring mix of period drama and social rights advocacy. It follows […]

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Projection Matters: What an Egyptian Hieroglyph Can Tell You About Your Perspective on Life

  We may be looking at the same object, but do we see the same thing? The symbol in the illustration above is based on an Egyptian hieroglyph called AKHET. Although its multiple meanings are still a subject of debate, one of them seems to be “horizon” – the sun’s movement in the sky, as

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Assertiveness With Blobs – S01 EP00 – “Meet the Blobs”

  “Assertiveness with Blobs” is a new video segment on Psychology Corner. It aims to show the main Communication and Behavioral Styles in action… with Blobs. Hit “Play” and meet Joey, Charlie, Tommy, Barry, and Max in this first episode of the series.   COME SAY “HI”! You can also follow them on their new

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This is Why “Motivational Speakers” Like Simon Sinek Shouldn’t Succeed | His Opinion about Millennials is the Result of Cognitive Mess

The title of my post is the expression of an automatic, flawed thinking pattern. So is most of Simon Sinek’s message about/for the Millennial generation. I will explain why that is and how these thinking patterns can turn messages otherwise intended as motivational, witty, and inspiring into damaging, misleading, and highly demotivational collections of words.

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10 (Psychological) Reasons Why We Like Michael Corleone

He’s a mafia boss. He’s doing all the things mafia bosses do. Through lucrative endeavors that include everything from illegal gambling businesses to money laundering, extortion, and murder, Don Michael Corleone led the Corleone crime family to full American and international underworld success and domination. And we still like him. No matter how bad things

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