silent reader(s)


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(adj) a strong attraction to intelligence in others, often regardless of gender and/or conventional attractiveness.

(n.) one who finds intelligence the most attractive feature.

Signs You're S.a.p.i.o.s.e.x.u.a.l

1. You’ve got a thing for librarians.

2. You get off on reading, and not just erotica.

3. You’ve ever said something like this:

“If I can’t connect with you in an intellectual way, I can’t be in love with you.”

“We joke that I’ll only date someone with a PhD, but it’s true, I can’t date someone unless they’re highly educated.”

“The thing that turns me on most about you is your brain.”

4. You want to kiss someone not because of their voluptuous lips, but because of the words coming out of them.

5. You don’t get mad when your partner goes out for groceries and comes back with books.

6. You’re turned on by the size of someone’s library.

7. You’ve ever gotten off on someone actually talking nerdy to you.

8. Your previously relationship ended up because you think s/he not smart enough.

nerd girls are siksii.hoho.


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assalamualaikum . lo sam tu nama manufacturer saja . baru-baru ni masa aku jalan-jalan cari barang persiapan terjumpa dengan sweetened black ni .mula aku nampak lychee flavoured,pastu mango,asli pun ada, tapi blackcurrant yang mencuri hati . picit sikit rasa sedap , bila dah makin banyak masuk mulut , sampai ke tanah dia lompat .baru aku tahu hidup rupanya benda ni.boleh .tertumpah. aku seorang yang beradab bila makan okay -.- bibir botol f&n tu sempit , aku picit punya picit tertumpah la . disebabkan tahap disgusting texture si hitam tu meluap-luap, aku snap la.

aku tak pasti sama ada orang lain rasa macam ni atau tak , tapi setiap kali aku lalu atau tengok perkakas rumah ,satu perasaan nak berumahtangga(ada rumah sendiri) tu datang melimpah ruah bagaikan empangan air yang pecah di Selangor yang selalu ada masalah dengan bekalan air. seronok tengok perabot , perkakas dapur , mesin-mesin yang mudahkan kerja macam brew coffee ,vacuum, lcd screen tv, radio bunyi meletup-letup,set home theatre,water filter, aku rasa aku nak beli semua electric appliances,semuanya nampak menarik bila guna duit sendiri. tapi apakan daya , aku cuma seorang penggangur. jadi aku beli apa yang termampu saja , sikit-sikit lama-lama kita beli lain na. semua benda kena berperingkat kan .tak boleh sekali harung.

speaking about the preparation , boleh cakap 95% done . tadi siang aku ada beli lagi perkakasan .nervous.tak sabar untuk gagal dan juga berjaya ! level nak up sudah.

Symptoms of Personality Disorders

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Symptoms of Personality Disorders

The different types of personality disorder that might need treatment can be broadly grouped into one of 3 major clusters, called A, B or C.

Cluster A personality disorders
A person with a cluster A personality disorder tends to have difficulty relating to others and usually shows patterns of behaviour most people would regard as odd and eccentric.The main personality disorders in this category are listed below. 

Paranoid personality disorder

A person with a paranoid personality disorder is extremely distrustful and suspicious. Other features include:

- thinking other people are lying to them or trying to manipulate them
- feeling they cannot really trust their friends and associates
- worrying that any confidential information shared with others will be used against them
- thinking there are hidden meanings in remarks most would regard as innocent
- worrying that their spouse or partner is unfaithful, despite a lack of evidence

Schizoid personality disorder

Someone with a schizoid personality disorder may appear cold and detached, and avoid making close social contact with others. Other features include:

- preferring to take part in activities that do not require interaction with others
- having little desire to form close relationships, including sexual relationships
- being uninterested when receiving criticism or praise
- having a limited ability to experience pleasure or joy

Schizotypal personality disorder

A person with a schizotypal personality disorder is likely to have poor social skills and delusional thoughts, and behave in unusual ways. Other features include:

- attaching undue and misguided significance to everyday events – such as thinking newspaper headlines are secret messages to them
- believing in special powers – such as telepathy or the ability to influence other people’s emotions and actions
- having unusual ways of speaking – such as long, rambling vague sentences or going off on a tangent
- experiencing excessive anxiety in social situations – even if they have known a particular person or group of people a long time

Cluster B personality disorders

Someone with a cluster B personality disorder struggles to relate to others. As a result, they show patterns of behaviour most would regard as dramatic, erratic and threatening or disturbing.The main personality disorders in this category are listed below.

Antisocial personality disorder

A person with an antisocial personality disorder sees other people as vulnerable and may intimidate or bully others without remorse. They lack concern about the consequences of their actions.

Symptoms include:

- lack of concern, regret or remorse about other people's distress
- irresponsibility and disregard for normal social behaviour
- difficulty in sustaining long-term relationships
- little ability to tolerate frustration and to control their anger
- lack of guilt, or not learning from their mistakes
- blaming others for problems in their lives

Borderline personality disorder

A person with borderline personality disorder is emotionally unstable, has impulses to self-harm, and has very intense and unstable relationships with others.

Histrionic personality disorder

A person with histrionic personality disorder is anxious about being ignored. As a result, they feel a compulsion (overwhelming urge) to be noticed and the centre of everyone’s attention. Features include:

- displaying excessive emotion, yet appearing to lack real emotional sincerity
- dressing provocatively and engaging in inappropriate flirting or sexually seductive behaviour
- moving quickly from one emotional state to another
- being self-centred and caring little about other people
- constantly seeking reassurance and approval from other people

Symptoms and signs may co-exist with borderline and narcissistic personality disorders.

Narcissistic personality disorder

A person with narcissistic personality disorder swings between seeing themselves as special and fearing they are worthless. They may act as if they have an inflated sense of their own importance and show an intense need for other people to look up to them.

Other symptoms include:

- exaggerating their own achievements and abilities
- thinking they are entitled to be treated better than other people
- exploiting other people for their own personal gain
- lacking empathy for other people's weaknesses
- looking down on people they feel are "beneath" them, while feeling deeply envious of people they see as being "above" them

Cluster C personality disorders

Someone with a cluster C personality disorder fears personal relationships and shows patterns of anxious and fearful behaviour around other people. Others may be withdrawn and reluctant to socialise.The main personality disorders in this category are listed below.

Avoidant personality disorder

A person with avoidant personality disorder appears painfully shy, is socially inhibited, feels inadequate and is extremely sensitive to rejection.

Unlike people with schizoid personality disorders, they desire close relationships with others, but lack the confidence and ability to form them.

Dependent personality disorder

A person with dependent personality disorder feels they have no ability to be independent. They may show an excessive need for others to look after them and are "clingy". Other features include:

- finding it difficult to make decisions without other people’s guidance
- needing others to take responsibility over what should be their own important life choices
- not being able to express disagreement with other people
- finding it difficult to start new activities due to a lack of confidence
- going to extremes to obtain support and comfort
- feeling helpless and uncomfortable when alone
- urgently needing to start a new relationship once a previous relationship comes to an end
- having an unrealistic and constant fear they will be left alone to fend for themselves

Obsessive compulsive personality disorder

A person with obsessive compulsive personality disorder is anxious about issues that seem out of control or "messy". They are preoccupied with orderliness and ways to control their environment, and may come across to others as a "control freak".

Other features include:

- having an excessive interest in lists, timetables and rules
- being so concerned with completing a task perfectly that they have problems completing it (perfectionism)
- being a workaholic
- having very rigid views about issues such as morality, ethics and how a person should behave in daily life
- hoarding items that seem to have no monetary or sentimental value
- being unable to delegate tasks to other people
- disliking spending money, as they think it is always better to save for a "rainy day"

This personality disorder differs from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), a related mental health condition, in several important ways:

- People with OCD are aware that their behaviour is abnormal and are anxious about it. Most people with obsessive compulsive personality disorder think their behaviour is perfectly acceptable and have no desire to change it.

- Some people with OCD are compelled to carry out rituals, such as having to touch every second lamppost as they walk down the street.This is not usually the case with people with obsessive compulsive personality disorder.

- People with OCD may feel compelled to make lists or organise items in their house, but feel anxious about doing so. People with obsessive compulsive personality disorder find relief from anxiety when doing such tasks and may become irritated when prevented from doing so.


Psychological therapies(psychodynamics psychotherapy/Cognitive Behavioural therapy/interpersonal therapy)

Therapeutic communities (a form of group therapy in which the experience of having a personality disorder is explored in depth)

Medication (anti-depressant pills)

Just Walk Away

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Just Walk Away

I know I never loved this way before
And no one else has loved me more
With you I've laughed and cried
I have lived and died
What I wouldn't do just to be with you

I know I must forget you and go on
I can't hold back my tears too long
Though life won't be the same
I've got to take the blame
And find the strength I need to let you go

Just walk away
Just say goodbye
Don't turn around now you may see me cry
I mustn't fall apart
Or show my broken heart
Or the love I feel for you

So walk away
And close the door
And let my life be as it was before
And I'll never never know 
Just how I let you go
But there's nothing left to say
Just walk away

There'll never be a moment I'll regret
I've loved you since the day we met
For all the love you gave
And all the love we made
I know I've got to find the strenght to say

Just walk away
Just say goodbye
Don't turn around now you may see me cry
I mustn't fall apart
Or show my broken heart
Or the love I feel for you

So walk away
And close the door
And let my life be as it was before
And I'll never never know 
Just how I let you go
But there's nothing left to say
Just walk away

Real singer - Celine Dion

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