Perfectly Imperfect

The goal is not to be perfect; the goal is to be accepted for the imperfections.

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Asperger’s Diary: Homosapiens’ Love and Human Nature

Human Nature – Learned and Automated Responses

Let’s dabble in the subject on Human Nature a little bit. By the time you finished reading the story, you may be formulating your own judgement and conclusion, yes?

See, that is human nature. We think that this story is about a problem needed to be fixed, but this is really just a story needs to be examined and understood.

Human nature, sometimes generally grouped as primal instinct, is based largely on precedent assumptions – learned behaviours. A grossly overrated excuse for poor behaviours or reluctance in personal growth.

We are attracted to the opinionated other until we are in love and a different opinion suddenly becomes an opposing tool because it’s unbearable to think he/she thinks otherwise. When we accept that the change in chemistry is actually a good thing, and acknowledge that such change is only because two people care so much about each other; we will not see difference as difference, but as interestingness; like it has always been. Un-break the broken nature, embrace the wisdom of broadening the perception, and looking at the larger picture, then, love abounds!

Effects of Low Self-Esteem

Self-Discovery Self-discovery is a lifelong journey. We may never fully understand ourselves. We may expand knowledge acquisition which may enhance our skills in assessing our life experiences more effectively, and provide perceptive insights into our life and behaviors; we may never completely comprehend the full aspects of life because being the ‘being’ is an evolutionary motion. We change from time…

Social Scripts and Anxiety Management

[BIGGEST EVER $20 COUPON*!] SG 1 ROYAL JELLY♥ BOOST 3X RESULTS!♥ 35-DAYS UPSIZE♥ Made In AustraliaLIST.QOO10.SG In one of the lectures, the lecturer talked about ‘Social Scripts’. My face said it all, she said, ‘Lis doesn’t know what is social scripts’. Apparently, most of us didn’t know! We must have missed that part of the other module, taught by the…

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