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Kaetlyn Osmond's Fight to Heal and Skate Again - YouTube
tell me you don't just want to hug the fuck out of Kaetlyn after watching that. it's all smiles, glitter and joy on the ice, but behind the scenes she's been fighting a pitched battle that few know about
figureskating  sports  teamcanada  psychology 
2 hours ago by shadowspar
Book review of Political Tribes: Group Instinct and the Fate of Nations by Amy Chua - The Washington Post
We have forged a national identity that transcends tribal politics — an identity that does not belong to any subgroup, that is strong and capacious enough to hold together an incredibly diverse population, making us all Americans. This status was hard-won; it is precious.”
donaldtrump  wapo  books  tribalism  partisanship  psychology  Election2016 
yesterday by Kirk510620
Tristan Harris on how Facebook and Twitter bring out the worst in us - Vox
How technology is designed to bring out the worst in us

“Technology feels disempowering because we haven’t built it around an honest view of human nature,” says tech critic Tristan Harris.
facebook  Twitter  Psychology  interview 
yesterday by jorgebarba
How to Beat Procrastination - Wait But Why
Nearly every big undertaking can be boiled down to a core unit of progress—its brick. A 45-minute gym visit is the brick of getting in great shape. A 30-minute practice session is the brick of becoming a great guitarist.

The average day in a wannabe author’s week and a real author’s week looks almost the same. The real author writes a couple pages, laying a brick, and the wannabe author writes nothing. 98% of their day is otherwise identical. But a year later, the real author has a completed first draft of a book and the wannabe author has…nothing.

It’s all about the bricks.
yesterday by ysabet
Why Procrastinators Procrastinate - Wait But Why
The Dark Playground is a place every procrastinator knows well. It’s a place where leisure activities happen at times when leisure activities are not supposed to be happening. The fun you have in the Dark Playground isn’t actually fun because it’s completely unearned and the air is filled with guilt, anxiety, self-hatred, and dread. Sometimes the Rational Decision-Maker puts his foot down and refuses to let you waste time doing normal leisure things, and since the Instant Gratification Monkey sure as hell isn’t gonna let you work, you find yourself in a bizarre purgatory of weird activities where everyone loses.
yesterday by ysabet
behind why we can't let some things go -
Psychology  from twitter
yesterday by rdr

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