The WARM Place in Fort Worth, Texas is beginning their annual “A Phone Call From Santa” fundraiser. If you make a $20 contribution to the organization, volunteer Santas will call your child of choice on either December 7th or 8th between 6:30 and 8:30 pm. Contributors complete a form that asks for information about the [...]
Archive for the ‘Psychology’ Category
What is it about having your refrigerator stocked full that makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside? I assume the answers would vary based upon whom you ask. However, the general consensus may be that it ensures you will be fed, no one in your home will go hungry. For me, it also ensures creativity [...]
I have a sometimes tiny, sometimes busting at the seams draft email that I refer to as my blog file. It is where I keep any ideas that pop into my head, at any time. I can access it at work, at home, on my iPhone. Jason does not understand how I maintain my blog [...]
What sounds more plausible to you? A) Engaging in good behavior leads to a cycle of engaging in more good behavior. B) Engaging in good behavior leads to making excuses for bad behavior.
Good day, readers! Last week Jason forwarded a NY Times article to me about new research relating to differences between the sexes when it comes to math and science. As I told Jason, it was perhaps the most incoherent article I have read in the Times. I could hardly make sense of the reasoning and [...]