I like engaging online but mostly I like projecting myself “outwards”, regardless of actual feedback.
So, on most networks I do and get a lot of friend requests, giving out likes or hearts or whatever and I usually post frequently / comment a lot, etc.
Santa Claus basically.’
but I need SOME kind of occasional feedback. I like it two-way but public. So yeah, I like the likes.
I saw an ad for “Families of Character”. I thought, “uh oh, what crap are they selling?” so I looked it up. I’m always looking for the PT Barnum hook.
But it seemed to be a generic Catholic education thing, selling books or something, and found that list on their site they put together.
While I won’t vouch for them or their stuff, I’ll give kudos for a decent virtue list.
said above, “The devil is in the details” and in this case it may be not WHAT’S there but what’s absent.
I like short vids. 1m or less. Anything more and it’d better be good. Like you, I prefer text over video.
Holding that distinction can be difficult but important.
Good solid science answer. I always put it at 8 but yeah it’s more like 7-8. Outward signs take years to show but it starts a lot earlier than most folks realize. Poor education in schools about this stuff but that’s the sad politics of it.
But below 7, it’s a nothingburger.
Losing a sense of control over reality can be a disassociating experience but detachment has its benefits.
Nov 2013 I created a temporary Twitter that ended up becoming my main. I started with no reference to myself (just “InfoNobodyNeeds” but when I decided to show “a self” again about a year or so later, I chose this, after some study of distinctions: