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Posted in: Republicans rush to shut U.S. borders to Syrian refugees See in context

Helping hand: Democrat. Middle finger: Republican.

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Posted in: Modern etiquette: Keeping things light for the holidays See in context

A few points I`ve learned to help cope with the family gatherings. First, It's not healthy to tell someone how they should be feeling, or that their emotions "really" are that way.

Narcissism—the idea that the world revolves around the narcissist—is really common in family situations. "It's always about him/her" means you're dealing with a narcissist. Unfortunately, narcissists are by definition ill-equipped to see the other person's POV.

It is possible for someone to love you and still damage you.

"The Little Voice" are those comments that keep popping up, saying you're not good enough, or smart enough, or — enough. They've been programmed into you by other people, to keep saying the things They said even when They are not there.

A lot of things are coping strategies to situations that are unhealthy. Think of them like a callous—when you have something rubbing at your skin, it toughens up so you won't be hurt. It also keeps you from feeling things so acutely. The parallels are deliberate. And rubbing away the callous does open you up to being hurt—but that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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Posted in: A professional chef will come to your home and cook for you—and your cat See in context

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Let’s get the obvious question out of the way first: no, the humans and pets do not eat the same food.

Can we get a discount if we do eat the same foods?

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Posted in: U.S. filmmaker Michael Moore opens home to Syrian refugees See in context

Syrian refuges would feel right at home in many places of Detroit.

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Posted in: Tokyo restaurant sandwiched between two active train tracks See in context

Can get enough of a buzz off alcohol without the trains.

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Posted in: Human roadblock for Japanese firms developing autonomous cars See in context

I would venture to guess that human error car accidents is closer to 99.9% than 90% since if there were no human drivers cars would be relatively safe when parked or not moving about.

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Posted in: India board censors 2 Bond kissing scenes in 'Spectre' See in context

So its Kiss, Bang, Bang OK in India.

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Posted in: Shangrila, a maid cafe staffed exclusively by cute 'plump' girls, opens in Akihabara See in context

Ultimately the question is whether there's really something wrong with wanting to feel loved once in a while. In fact, it seems a bit more up front and honest than the atmosphere in other similar non-chubby clubs - you're essentially paying for attention and affirmation, as opposed to the creepy psuedo-sexual vibe or something way farther down the spectrum than this.

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