I tend to initially avoid feelings around anger... If someone is angry around me...I generally repress my emotions until I ascertain how safe I am...and then try to react later...once I've determined that.
It is for safety I do that...also...someone else's anger can ignite my own...and then there would be fireworks...so it's a good thing that I temporarily withhold.
The problem seems to be that a lot of people are quick to promote a competent sex partner to an incompetent spouse.
It's awesome for the first five minutes. Four years later, you realize that you've sold about a dozen copies and begin to blame wizards and warthogs for your misfortunes as a writer.
Don't feed it, and it will either starve, or go away.
I thought being an imbecile was worse than being an idiot, but what do I know. I'm only normal.
As psychologists developed and refined IQ Testing, classification systems were established, and any child with an IQ of above 70 was considered "normal", while those with scores above 130 were
Morons - Those with IQs between 51 and 70 (adequate learning skills to complete menial tasks and to communicate) (probably OP)
Imbeciles - Those with IQs between 26 and 50 (unable to progress past a mental age of approximately six)
Idiots - those with IQs between 0 and 25 (poor motor skills, extremely limited communication, and little response to stimulus)
The gifted/normal/moron/imbecile/idiot classification system remained in use until the early 1970s.
I'm a published author, but I'm still missing the point of this question.
I am who I am. I am the same silly backwards country girl that ya see online when I am offline. Well I do say a lot more bad words offline
I'm actually Ellen Page, yeah the cats out of the bag, Cant speak for others though
No idea...I haven't seen any..
What if one of us suddenly gets famous and says something worthy of quoting, before publishing his or her own quote in FT? That's the horrifying loophole here!