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You spot it, you’ve got it


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Yesterday I worked from home, which is a nice flexibility to have occasionally, and in the middle of the day ducked out to catch up with my friend Penny from Overcomers Outreach. I have stepped back from being involved in OO this year, mainly because the meeting clashes with Connect Group again, and it had

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Sometimes type liberates me up to do … nothing …


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Back when I was reading about personality type I seem to have subscribed to an RSS feed from the Centre for Applications of Psychological Type, which has hardly made it’s presence known with a post since, but today there is one! It’s nothing earth-shattering, but towards the end is this sentence: It’s really rather exhilarating and

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This is your brain on metaphors


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This article was not as interesting as I thought it would be. It’s full of biological facts about how our brains can confuse the real and the symbolic, when I was actually hoping for something more metaphorical myself, but here’s a few curious experiment results. Now I know why it’s a good idea to meet people over

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More on princesses and psychology


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Karen over at Matthias Media has helpfully pointed me in the direction of another article on Captivating, which I didn’t know existed. Further, I mentioned the Cloud/Townsend duo in the last post and thought this was a good review on the Boundaries book (which I never finished, I must confess).

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