Dungeons and Dragons. Just Try It.

Dungeons and Dragons. Just Try It.

Pete

I like hand drums, good food, dogs, and a weird variety of musics. I speak French and Esperanto for fun, and study languages however I can. Mi parolas ĉar alias mondon estas ebla. (I speak because another world is possible)
Pete

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Due to years and years of (admittedly funny) jokes and jabs, the classic Dungeons and Dragons has developed a hyper-nerdy stigma. And yes, while it is partially deserved, there’s so much more to it than that. It’s a hobby that can be wildly fun for ENTPs if just given...

Marianna

Fortunate Cookie at Cliffhanger
ENTP by design. Branding expert. Improv theater junkie. Magic mushrooms adventurer. I didn't choose vanlife, vanlife chose me. Polyamory is hard, but worth it.

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How to provide emotional support?

How to provide emotional support?

Marianna

Fortunate Cookie at Cliffhanger
ENTP by design. Branding expert. Improv theater junkie. Magic mushrooms adventurer. I didn't choose vanlife, vanlife chose me. Polyamory is hard, but worth it.

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Marianna
If you’re an ENTP (or perceptive systemizer, as I used to call it) like me, your average ‘support’ conversation might go something like this: Friend (co-worker, sibling, anyone): “My life sucks, I have a problem [describes problem] …” You: “Oh man, that sounds fucked...

Marianna

Fortunate Cookie at Cliffhanger
ENTP by design. Branding expert. Improv theater junkie. Magic mushrooms adventurer. I didn't choose vanlife, vanlife chose me. Polyamory is hard, but worth it.

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Marianna
Why we keep waiting for an A in life

Why we keep waiting for an A in life

Marianna

Fortunate Cookie at Cliffhanger
ENTP by design. Branding expert. Improv theater junkie. Magic mushrooms adventurer. I didn't choose vanlife, vanlife chose me. Polyamory is hard, but worth it.

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Marianna
Have you ever been told by your parents that you had to do well in school? I have. My family has always valued high grades. That is not to say I was good at getting them. In fact, I distinctly remember my very first history test in the first year of high school. It...