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Horney's Three Neurotic Stances and MLP: A comparison. · 5:19pm Apr 19th, 2017

Today's psychology class was pretty interesting. That's a strange thing for me to say, given how I'm usually bored senseless in that class, but today's lecture on personality honestly hooked me in. Of all the things we went through, however, one stuck with me: The bit where they discussed Karen Horney, specifically on what she said about the Neurotic Stance. To simplify it to just the bare essentials for the sake of time, she stated that a neurosis was a counterproductive way of dealing with

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Character Study: Pinkie Pie · 5:17am Oct 21st, 2015

I said a while back that I'd start a series of writing advice blogs, but I've kind of put that off. 'S a running theme with me, most of the time. But there's no time like the present to start!

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A Study in Differences · 9:37pm Mar 6th, 2018

Four ponies share similar backstories, in some sense, a what could have happened had this happened, and different reactions. Many only see them in pairs, such as Twilight and Sunset. Maybe, for some, Starlight. But, Moondancer should also be included in this. Yes, there are times when I feel like an analyst, even though I am a story writer, and perhaps I am partially so, I do enjoy studying these sorts of things.

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MediEvil | Sir Daniel Fortesque - A Character Study · 4:41pm Sep 14th, 2022


Ramble: "Last Jedi," "Valerian," and the Importance of Character · 11:58pm Jan 2nd, 2018

In the final week of 2017, I was privileged to watch 2 sci-fi films a day apart. The first was Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and the other was Valerian: City of a Thousand Planets. Both were films I wanted to see. Both were giant sci-fi spectacles with aliens, robots, and crazy space adventures. Right up my alley.

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