"Don’t let what you can’t do interfere with what you can do." ~ John Wooden Living with chronic illness is difficult, and yet there are psychological techniques to make it possible to thrive even when ill by Joseph Trunzo edited by O Society November 2, 2019 Before Donna is diagnosed, she thinks of herself as a … Continue reading The best life possible
Hello there and welcome to Echochamber Friday, when we intentionally lookit stories in our newsfeed we'd otherwise ignore to avoid getting caught in the spectacle for the sake of sanity and what not. Here's today's story 'PREYED ON KIDS' Twisted mum, 47, ‘had sex with her son’s two 14-year-old pals while plying them with alcohol and … Continue reading Hollywood MILF Arrested for Allegedly Having Sex with Teenagers and Buying ’em Booze & Drugs – Echochamber Friday
Let’s Talk About Love by Joanne Reed and Neel Burton edited by O Society October 12, 2019 Falling in or out of love is one of the strongest emotions people can experience. Love can be kind. Love can be cruel. Love is everything. Love is called “one of the most studied and least understood areas in psychology.” … Continue reading What is Love?
Editor's note: How do we know this movie is about neoliberalism? Just watch the celebrity rich folks co-opt Joker to make more money and fame for themselves. This how we know the film works to expose the every-body-is-a-commodity main feature of neoliberal capitalismhttps://www.instagram.com/p/B3l5J7sF5eS/Miley Cyrus Touching Tongues With Some Guy Using the Joker to Promote Themselves in … Continue reading Neoliberalism Is the True Villain of ‘Joker’
by Gideon Lichfield edited by O Society October 10, 2019 “There are two kinds of propaganda,” wrote Aldous Huxley in 1958 in Brave New World Revisited, a retrospective on his famous novel: "rational propaganda in favor of action that is consonant with the enlightened self-interest of those who make it and those to whom it is addressed…" … Continue reading 21st Century Propaganda: A Guide to Interpret & confront the Dark Arts of Persuasion
by Emma Young edited by O Society September 24, 2019 Here is a photograph of a suffering child in the war-torn region of Darfur, in Sudan. Most of us feel compassion towards this child. Now imagine seeing a photo of a group of eight children in the same terrible predicament. You’d feel correspondingly more compassion towards … Continue reading How Personal Experience Of Adversity Influences Our Feelings Of Compassion Towards Others
https://youtu.be/TMrtLsQbaok by Greta Thunberg edited by O Society September 23, 2019 "This is all wrong. I shouldn’t be up here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean. Yet you all come to young people for hope? How dare you! You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your … Continue reading You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words