by Esther Suson On Wednesday, I was on my way to the National Library in a jeep from Vito Cruz Station to U.N. Avenue Station. Being the kind of person who cannot travel without craning her neck a million different directions to look out, I saw a man, maybe late twenties, pick up a large … Continue reading Framed and Stuck in A Box
This is just a post for random observations about Emotive Rationals in no particular order. Emotive Rationals may become frustrated by their own emotions, if they perceive those emotions as not commensurate to the incident.
I'm developing a personal system of understanding people. I have no degree or whatever is needed to do such a thing - it just helps me understand the differences between people I know, and how to respond to them. The 'emotives', as I call them, are the first part, and what started the entire system. … Continue reading Emotives