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Learning to love the pain

Whoever has committed the time to mastering a musical tool understands the painstaking perseverance involved. Hours of reproduction and enduring the travails of creating calluses together with muscle coordination and semantic and sensory memory are all critical to excelling as a musician. In like manner, delaying gratification for the purpose of psychological transformation and healing …

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Love is weird?

I mean who the hell understands love is? It seems that we can’t even agree upon a definition of love. I’ve tried to uncover somethings about the psychology of love in the psychword blog. Do check it out http://psychword.com/2020/11/20/love-is-weird-everything-you-to-know-about-the-psychology-of-love/

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Aamis (Ravening) Review: Deep or Fluff?

“Consumed by Love”? Okay. Aamis apparently means “meat” in Assamese.

I was unaware Bhaskar Hazarika or his work. Apparently, he is an award winning writer director and his 2015 directorial debut “Kothanodi” won many accolades along with a national award. Although, the work I just viewed, is my only impression of him so to mention and I didn’t visit the movie with any preconceived notions or expectations.

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Identifying bullies in the guise of teachers who make their students’ life a living hell

[cmtoc_table_of_contents] I was born in a teacher’s family. My dad used to be a teacher. My mom used to be a teacher. My uncles, my cousins have all been teachers. Their friends are teachers. I personally wanted to change this course and do something else in life. But, I’m not totally oblivious to the profession. …

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