I told you to compliment people. Don't listen to me, compliments are dangerous.
This post refutes: On Compliments.
Hyperbole Into Nuance:
Hyperbole is the best! (Or at least a first step to approach nuanced takes).
This post refutes: Your Hyperbolic Language Weirds Me Out.
Wrong Opinions Only:
Minor blog reboot with a focus on being wrong, but useful.
This post refutes: Intro.
On Origin Stories:
Figure out motivations and purpose instead of narrating Yet Another Origin Story.
Remembering emotions is a useful skill, and I'm rambling more than usually because first everything happened and now nothing happens.
Fun For Profit:
Use humour as a tool to ground yourself, get some context, and stop moping about (even when your moping is very serious and justified).
Comparing yourself to others is Good, Actually. You "just" have to assume that we're all equals.
People Can Smell Fear, Too:
First impressions and gut feelings are informative. Pay attention!
Compliments are good. Give more (good) compliments.
This post is refuted by: Against Compliments.
If you suck at building habits, try randomisation instead.
Try to guess organisational structures from the finished product.
Your Hyperbolic Language Weirds Me Out:
When everything is awesome, nothing is.
This post is refuted by: Hyperbole Into Nuance.
Bridging And Bonding:
Groups have bridging and bonding attributes. Learn to recognise unintended bonding.
Reason about your ethics and other people's semantics by building virtue squares.
Recommendation to read rixx.de instead of this blog.
This post is refuted by: Wrong Opinions Only.