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Getting a person to express how they truly feel can sometimes be an anti-climactic event — but one I nonetheless prefer to a situation in which people remain deluded by myths

For example: Getting someone to acknowledge that the reason they use so-called “free” internet services is that they are both a cheapskate and also that they also don’t really believe in themselves is better than if that person actually thought … Continue reading
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Love is the Illness Where the Antidote is Worse than the Poison

I write many love stories. As author, it is very anticlimactic whenever the true inspiration leaves the room before the fictional climax has appeared. Hot writing without a fever is probably even more difficult than when the ink well runs … Continue reading
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