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“I’ve got the upper hand here. I decide whether or not we will interact. And if we do, I decide the beginning, ending, and content of those interactions” (Mallinger & DeWyze, 1992, p. 25). Some people interact from what appears to be a parallel universe, exhibiting unusual, eccentric, combative, hostile, and overscrupulous behavior. Baer (2009) …Read the Rest

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As Americans, we live by the “more is better” mantra. As the jolt that we experience from new purchases wanes, we realize there is now more to catalogue, clean, maintain, worry about, insure, and potentially misplace. The tiny house revolution is in some measure backlash against the materialism that keeps us chained to the things …Read the Rest