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Reconciling Inside and Outside view of Conflict (Kegan Stage 5) | Life In A Free Market
This is my attempt to make sense of the last few chapters of “In Over Our Heads, The Mental Demands Of Modern Life.” I would un-doubtfully put this book as the most difficult and insight packed non-math book I have ever read. It also gets trickier as you go along. The book generally deals with the series of developmental milestones from childhood to adulthood that enable more and more sophisticated thinking and task completion, starting from stage 3 (relationship / communal), stage 4 (independent /systematic) to stage 5 (fluid / meta-systematic).
6 hours ago by neomanic
Don't Let ADHD Crush Children's Self-Esteem | MDedge Psychiatry
Children with low self-esteem suffer from the pain of being themselves. They learn to expect to fail rather than to succeed.
research  psychology  ADHD  kids  self-esteem 
8 hours ago by trevormeier
The Saddest Movie in the World | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian

The 16 Short Film Clips and the Emotions They Evoked:

Amusement: When Harry Met Sally and Robin Williams Live

Anger: My Bodyguard and Cry Freedom

Contentment: Footage of waves and a beach scene

Disgust: Pink Flamingos and an amputation scene

Fear: The Shining and Silence of the Lambs

Neutral: Abstract shapes and color bars

Sadness: The Champ and Bambi

Surprise: Capricorn One and Sea of Love

Sea of Love? Really?
movies  emotion  sadness  crying  empathy  psychology  research  lists 
12 hours ago by po
Malibu's fire shows the cruelty and kindness of social media — Quartzy
When disaster hits close to home, the cruelty and kindness of social media comes into focus.  disasters  catastrophes  books  psychology  mass.psychology 
14 hours ago by po
Are You An Imitator Or An Initiator?
The social psychologist Robert Cialdini offers a provocative generalization: 95% of people are imitators and only 5% are initiators. By definition, imitators are those so influenced by others that they rarely initiate their own ideas and actions.
psychology  money_management 
16 hours ago by kadymae
The leadership mistake you’re likely making? Being nice.
Ultimately, being nice as a leader is selfish. It doesn’t serve the team. It serves your ego. The team is looking to you to help them achieve a goal. And instead, you’re looking to have your decisions, actions, and yourself perceived as positive by them.
behavior  management  psychology  performance 
18 hours ago by cwinters

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