ERRORS OF MEN IN BED
How attentive and sensitive are you? Do you like to experiment, or prefer not to discuss something new? Check yourself on the list! 1. ATTENTION AND CARE Here is a…

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THE FILM “WHAT HIDES A FALSE” LOOKS TOGETHER WITH A PSYCHOLOGIST
"What hides the lie." USA, 2000 Director: Robert Zemeckis Cast: Michelle Pfeiffer, Harrison Ford A happy married couple finds themselves in a strange situation. The wife begins to imagine the…

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Morality and justice
Every system, as a subject, is always right. It can be pathological or vicious only for other systems with qualitatively different standards and values. That is, there is no morality…

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“I LOVE YOUR TEACHER.” WHAT IS STOCKHOLM SYNDROME?

Stockholm Syndrome is a psychological condition that occurs when a victim of abuse becomes attached, feels sympathy and begins to identify with her abuser. This syndrome was discovered when observing abducted people and hostages, who not only felt a certain connection with their captors, but even fell in love with them. Subsequently, experts expanded the definition of Stockholm syndrome to include any relationship in which victims of abuse develop a strong attachment to the aggressor. Continue reading

Why don't millionaires marry me?
A note from one bourgeois forum and authorship are already difficult to establish. Here, marriage to a beautiful and arrogant chick is described very well in terms of investment. A…

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Why don't millionaires marry me?
A note from one bourgeois forum and authorship are already difficult to establish. Here, marriage to a beautiful and arrogant chick is described very well in terms of investment. A…

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Morality and justice
Every system, as a subject, is always right. It can be pathological or vicious only for other systems with qualitatively different standards and values. That is, there is no morality…

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About TECH and NOT TECH men
“The wrong ones walk and roam in the dark,” one of the classics said something like that. And he was right. Especially often the problem of "those" - "not those"…

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