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The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP
INFPs often feel alienated from the rest of the world. They can see a different universe—one that is far more interesting and ideal than the realities of "ordinary life." Although there are struggles …
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The INFP personality makes up just a small percentage of the population. Always seeking the good in situations, people, and circumstances, life as an INFP is primarily one with a positive outlook .The…
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INFP: 28 Keys To INFP's Magic Inner World
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Hack Your Personality Type to Overcome Obstacles and Achieve Success.

Delve into this interactive guidebook to hack your mind and uncover your core identity. Get past superficial markers of identity an…
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Summary: 12 Rules for Life - An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson (Applied Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Self Improvement, Maps of Meaning)

Note: This is a SUMMARY of Jordan B Peterson’s, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos


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The Empath's Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People
What is the difference between having empathy and being an empath? "Having empathy means our heart goes out to another person in joy or pain," says Dr. Judith Orloff. "But for empaths it goes much fur…
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Giant Days #2
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When Freshers' Flu strikes the dorm, no one gets off easy. Daisy enters a onesided relationship with an offbrand Polish cold cure given to her by Ed Gemmell, Susan is forced into nicotine withdrawal, …
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Giant Days #13
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Daisy visits Esther's hometown to convince her to come back to University, while Susan spends her Easter break far away from her Northampton problems.
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Giant Days #16
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Daisy has to draw on new reserves of inner strength after she loses control of a party of prospective students on an open day, while the "lonely, unlovable spinster" Susan tries dating again with disa…
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Giant Days #5
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During a pre-Christmas ball, Daisy kisses a boy she shouldn't have, while Susan may have done more than that with McGraw. Esther dreads going home for holiday break for fear of running into her ex.
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Giant Days #12
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Now an ongoing series! It’s Susan’s birthday and she receives the greatest gift at all: it’s time for the medical students to start cutting up cadavers.

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Giant Days #1
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WHY WE LOVE IT: John Allison is well known for his funny and intelligent webcomics Bad Machinery and Scary Go Round. His story of three friends at university lightly flavored with the occult features …
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Giant Days #3
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Following a night of "mild abandon," Esther finds herself singled out by the vile collegiate mansite
"Laddzone." When the university authorities are less than helpful, she vows to take down this cyber …
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Giant Days #6
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As everyone buckles down for exams, we get a good look into Susan's mysterious past.
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Giant Days #17
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McGraw’s new girlfriend is the Anti-Susan, Esther and Ed get into hot water with a money-making scheme, and Daisy has trouble with a professor on an archaeological dig.
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Giant Days #9
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Ed attempts to get over his crush on Esther by working at the student paper, but stumbles into even more embarrassing romantic difficulty.
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Giant Days #7
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Giant Days #15
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Creative tensions and “mildly erotic subcurrents” proliferate as Esther and her Svengali boyfriend battle Susan and Daisy for a £5,000 Film Festival prize.
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Giant days #10
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Esther’s old school friend “Big Lindsay” comes to visit with her baby, but watching the kid and being nice to the insatiable party girl begins to wear on everyone.
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Giant Days #8
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A brutal winter hits Sheffield, but things heat up when Esther has a fling with a faculty member! Daisy probably has a Friday Night Lights reference for this occasion...
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Esther, Susan, and Daisy start the search for a house to rent for their second year quite late, so their options leave a lot to be desired.
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Giant Days #4
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Are drugs good, bad, or indifferent? Daisy is going to discover the truth for herself when she makes friends with the very fun Erin, who gives her some "fun" pills. Unfortunately, Daisy’s Granny decid…

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Giant Days #11
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The Sagas of Icelanders
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In Iceland, the age of the Vikings is also known as the Saga Age. A unique body of medieval literature, the Sagas rank with the world’s great literary treasures – as epic as Homer, as deep in tragedy …
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Celtic Gods and Heroes
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Noted French scholar and linguist discusses the gods of the continental Celts, the beginnings of mythology in Ireland, heroes, and the two main categories of Irish deities: mother-goddesses — local, r…
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The Prose Edda
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'What was the beginning, or how did things start? What was there before?'

The Prose Edda is the most renowned of all works of Scandinavian literature and our most extensive source for Norse mytholo…
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The Art of Being
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Between 1974 and 1976, while working on the book To Have Or to Be? at his home in Locarno, Switzerland, the aged Erich Fromm wrote far more manuscript and chapters than were actually used in the book,…
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The Kalevala
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The national folk epic of Finland is here presented in an English translation that is both scholarly and eminently readable. The lyrical passages and poetic images, the wry humor, the tall-tale extrav…
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Inanna, Lady of Largest Heart: Poems of the Sumerian High Priestess Enheduanna
The earliest known author of written literature was a woman named Enheduanna, who lived in ancient Mesopotamia around 2300 BCE. High Priestess to the moon god Nanna, Enheduanna came to venerate the go…
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The Saga of the Volsungs: With the Saga of Ragnar Lothbrok
From the translator of the bestselling Poetic Edda (Hackett, 2015) comes a gripping new rendering of two of the greatest sagas of Old Norse literature. Together the two sagas recount the story of seve…
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