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  1. Marianna Jimenez

    What's YOUR definition of disability?

    Hello Everyone! I hope you are all having a good day. I would like to ask your opinions or experience with the term disability. I've seen many documents for employment and media that have a vague definition of what is considered disabled. There are visible and non-visible disabilities. Those...
  2. A

    anhedonia versus alexithymia whats the difference

    I am unsure what the difference is between alexithymia and anhedonia. The two terms seem to refer to quite similar conditions. I quote from two web sources below but am still unsure what the difference is. In my mind anhedonia is related to a loss of emotion which was there before and...
  3. Propianotuner

    What is a religion?

    Let me be clear to start with: I am in no way about to suggest that atheism is itself a religion. Atheism is one among a handful of stances on a particular philosophical question, and being an atheist doesn't preclude any one person from subscribing to a whole range of stances on other...
  4. Cogs Of My Cranium


    I'm 32 and I still feel like my life has no definition or identity. I haven't worked in years and my hobbies are not as strong as they used to be. I actually feel I'm losing myself rather than getting a stronger sense of self. Has anyone else felt like this and what did you do to begin a process...
  5. M


    Who here says the word "aspie"? And who here has ever heard that it's offensive. Can anyone tell the story behind their first introduction to the term? And if you have ever heard that "aspie" is offensive, have you heard it from others on the spectrum, or from people without this syndrome?
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