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Do you want a love for a lifetime?

One of the romantic ideas with which we grow, is to find a love that lasts for a lifetime. This idea of ​​romantic love includes the myth that love and passion remain intact, that butterflies are not lost in the stomach and the illusion of being, touching, being together.
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Main types of Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Therapies

Psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapies are based on the unconscious thoughts and perceptions of an individual that have developed throughout his childhood, and how they affect his current behavior and thoughts. Content 1 Jungian Therapy 2 The Psychoanalytic Therapy 3 The Psychodynamic Therapy The Jungian Therapy The Jungian Therapy or the Jung analysis as it is also known, is a psychoanalytic approach that was developed by psychotherapist Carl Gustav Jung.
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How do you consider yourself? Carrot, Egg or Coffee ...

Before life and before the problems we are encountering, how do you consider yourself? Like a carrot, an egg or coffee? I propose to carry out the following experiment: in three boats with boiling water, place a carrot in one of them, in the second one an egg and in the last 2 or 3 tablespoons of coffee.
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An inexplicable confession

I asked my friend Pedro who I loved most in this world and he replied in a rather complicated way: "The person I love most in this world is precisely the mother-in-law of my brother's wife." Who is that person? ? Solution It's your mother.
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A self-referential phrase

Does this phrase have? vowels. What number (expressed in letters) must be put in place of the question in order for the phrase to be true? Self-referential phrases are those that speak of themselves. You can see some examples on Wikipedia. Solution This phrase has twelve vowels
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70 phrases from Anatole France

Anatole François Thibault (1844 - 1924), known as Anatole France, was a French writer, poet and journalist. Ironic and skeptical, he was considered in his time as the French ideal of letters. He was a member of the Académie Française and won the 1921 Nobel Prize for Literature. For more than twenty years he held various positions, but always had enough time for his own writings, especially during his time as assistant librarian in the Senate from 1876 to 1890.
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