Let’s talk about Dyslexia

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Hello guys, dyslexia is a condition that affects many people in this world. Many of them are unaware that they even have this thing. I used to be one of those people myself. I recently found out that I have dyslexia. I used to know that this thing is associated with learning difficulties, but I didn’t know what kind of symptoms it had. According to https://www.mayoclinic.org/ , the typical symptoms of dyslexia are the following:

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Do you need luck to succeed in life?

Hey there, lots of people claim that ”you are making your own luck” and that success depends solely on you. How true is that though?

Most succesful people are definitely skilled. They have done obviously done something right to achieve that success right? Although this is true, in many cases of succesful people luck played a huge role. The circumstances were favorable for many individuals that had major breakthroughs in their lives. Let’s have a look at some notable examples of these people and see how they managed to achieve their goals in life.


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Some typical mistakes that men do in their relationships

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Hello guys, a few days ago I had posted the “What do men get wrong on women” article. Today, I will talk about the mistakes that men do with their girlfriends and the women that they are interested in. I am no expert on women, but I’m 100% sure that these things must never be done, if you want to get along with your lady. Let’s have a look at them.

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An interesting conversation on the Vietnam war

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Hello guys there’s this page called Quora where you can ask anything you like and get answers from the users of the page. You can find very interesting people in this page you should check it out. My partner in crime, Stefanos Giouris had asked the following question on Quora: Some people who came back from the Vietnam war were heavily traumatized. I happen to know a lot of WW2 veterans, but they were not as traumatized as these people. Why did the Vietnam war have such an impact on the people who fought in it?

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The high cost of living

Hey there, there’s a little graphic novel (comic book) that I had read some time ago which was very unique and interesting. It’s called ” Death: The high cost of living” written by Neil Gaiman, which is a very famous comic writer. The story revolves around Sexton, a 16 year old boy that wanted to kill itself at first, but then he stumbled upon a mysterious black haired girl named Didi that was claiming that she was Death in human form. Every 100 years, she becomes human to get a taste of life ( the comic books state it like this: ”One day in every century, Death takes on mortal flesh, better to comprehend what the lives she takes must feel like, to taste the bitter tang of mortality”). As the story goes on, lots of things happen that I will not spoil in here, but you should read this one. There’s just something to it that made me attached to this comic.

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The Witcher 3 quest ”The Whispering Hillock” and all of its different outcomes

Hello guys, there was this cool quest in Witcher 3 where you could actually choose on what to do. You were tasked to kill an ancient spirit, but you could free it as well. Each choice had its own concequences. It was a moral dilemma actually and it was very interesting. You can see all outcomes of this quest in this video here:

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