Recently, someone requested that I do a hub on a certain disease. I'm having a lot of fun researching this (yes, I know I'm a nerd, it's okay, I'm alright with that) and I'm nearly done. I'd like something else to work on when it is finally finished. Anybody have any requests to make that would require some research? Doesn't have to be a disease or anything like that, just something that would require me to go to the library and be surrounded by all those big, beautiful books! I'd love to write on psychology if there's a certain disorder someone would like to know about. (Between you, me, and the fence post, I think psychology has always been my secret calling - I wrote about multiple personality disorder in highschool - it's called Dissociative Identity Disorder now, but many people still recognize it by its old name - and I thoroughly enjoyed it and did a marvelous job at it. If I can find the paper, I will post it here, as it was never published, just an assignment for school.) Anyway, long story short, just click into my profile and make a request of me if you have one! That way I don't have to keep looking for this thread, and I can keep it all organized and orderly-like. Thanks everybody!
Write about near death experiences, this may keep you busy for a while
Hi RB, Misha! yeah...I love libraries too ...I think I moved my own lil library next to my computer, books all over da place lol
Is it my imagination or doesn't anyone see the avatar on this page??? It has been 3 hours and nobody has responded??? I see that apparently a newbie comes on and can do this, however when Pest posted an article which was absolutely hilarious, HP had it removed I do not understand.
It is a Sunday morning, 8am in California. I sent an email to hubpages about it and flagged it. I guess we just have to wait.
by Glen 9 years ago
Interesting round up of the certain unhinged character types you'll come across online, particularly in forums.Though what's missing is the Online Multiple Personality Disorder. In real life it's called Dissociative Identity Disorder.But then again these are the "new" ones. I'm sure if...
by Whitney 9 years ago
I'm loving all the request this month. I've been getting good ideas. Can't wait to start on the 3 I found today!Just thought I'd say thanks to Ryan all the others who have been putting out requests!
by NewYorker 8 years ago
Okay, Me and 2 other residents from my hospital going to be giving a psychological lecture at NYU next Thursday.It's about Personality Disorders. Now, we thought we'd either do Dissociative Identity Disorder/Multiple Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder or Schizophrenia. Which one...
by Kate Swanson 6 years ago
It's been pointed out on another thread that the voting buttons probably mean people are LESS likely to use the "share" buttons.Hubbers like to support other Hubbers and it's all too easy to hit the voting buttons and think we've done our bit - when in fact, we've done almost...
by Jessie Watson 8 months ago
With any luck, as we grow older, we begin to carry out household chores more or less autonomously without much thought. The degree to which certain people keep their houses in order depends largely on personality. For me, I've had to train myself to be more conscientious of my surroundings. I am,...
by WizardOfOz 8 years ago
I do believe the policy is no links in forums?Anyhow, I googled religion and psychosis for the sake of it. Interesting results.. Just a starter.
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