[Theme: Psychology and Personal Development] An ‘oxymoron’ means two words that contradict each other. ‘Monogamy’ means two morons contradicting each other. ~Mikavelli~ ‘Monogamy’ is one of the oldest forms of human conditioning. Perhaps at one point in history, the concept of ‘monogamy’ was invented to keep women from becoming jealous over male desire, or designed … More Here’s an Oxymoron: Monogamy
If you let go of the rod, you’ll fall into a river that always moves on to something greater. ~Mikavelli~ Why do we need to let go, and how do we move on from it? We’ve all gone through the process of letting go and moving on — whether or not we are aware of … More Let Go, but Why? Move On, but How?
There is no “right time” to love: you either do, or you don’t. ~Mikavelli~ Recent observations and conversations with an array of people have lead me to discover how afraid our generation has become, especially when it comes to the people around us. We are so guarded against each other, so apprehensive of each others’ … More There is No “Right Time” to Love
Growing up, my mother always taught me that our “life path” is like a stream, ever flowing, moving forward. We are to follow the path wherever it leads, even if it means warding off spiders, swinging through branches, climbing over rocks, and swimming through rapids. As we grow, we gather knowledge, experience, friends, lovers, challenges, … More Life is Like A Stream
It’s safe to say that 2016 has been a year of transitions and change for many. Not only has the international arena taken a huge turn in development (as evidenced by Dahl, 1989-90), but immigration borders somehow started closing up the same time “wanderlust” hit social media. I could go on endlessly about social media … More Season Finale 0f 2016
Rushed relationships often fail when defined not because of the common conception of reverse psychology, but rather because of a sudden sense of social expectation. That “public declaration” labelling the person as a “significant other” immediately gives peers the sense of entitlement to determine and define the “socially acceptable behaviour” for such a situation, and … More Social Expectation