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Where we've been in 2009...

Mindful Construct is about creating your life as a mindful construct, so that you can be response able to your life and all of your emotions, which are naturally very intelligent, as they inform youof important information about your thoughts, assumptions, Fast shipping ARAVA, and belief systems -- which may be dysfunctional.

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What all this means is that you can't kill your Ego and win at the game of life.

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    • The first traffic spike, ARAVA brand name, which was the best birthday present ever. A reader linked to "What is Codependency" on his LiveJournal, and for the first time I could see online discussions about the content.

    • Seeing the first heated discussion spark around the Monogamy-Polyamory debate. We came up with some good food for thought on relationship styles that aren't mindfully looked at enough.

    • Odin talking about his relationship with his Inner Child here, which sparked this article. ARAVA natural, Firstly, I think it's awesome when a man can openly talk about his Inner Child. ARAVA FOR SALE, Secondly, I'd really love for you guys to spark more articles (tell me what you'd like to read).

    • Getting an unexpected traffic spike while I was fishing in Alaska. Comedian Michael Ian Black reposted an article on his blog. The article was paying respect to Black, as I'm always on the lookout for radio soundbite gems on the intelligence of emotions. Well, just gems in all kinds of places, canada, mexico, india, really.

    • Impressing you all with my 30something-pound Alaskan-caught King Salmon (at the bottom of this article). I'm telling you, as huge as it looks in the photo (and yes, there are fishermenly tricks to make the fish look bigger than they actually are), it was a small fish compared to the seasoned fishermen I was lucky to tag along with. But for the dry season, it was a good catch, ARAVA FOR SALE. My ARAVA experience, /male Ego

    • Beautifying Mindful Construct with her new logo in September. Putting it up did something to me psychologically. All I can say is, if you're starting a big project or business, get that logo going -- or at least a strong visual component. Because seeing is believing.

    • Being pleasantly surprised by the reception of 4 Reasons to Kill Your Ego that Aren't Very Good. ARAVA FOR SALE, Before publishing it, I thought for sure I would remain in my own little world on this one. My mother and I have talked about this topic at great length in the past, order ARAVA from United States pharmacy, but I had no idea if it would strike such a chord -- which is really good because the last thing we need on our hands is a Kill-Ego Crusade. I was also happy to see fellow blogger Cole Bitting's respond to the article on his site, Fable.

By the way, many articles here were sparked by day-to-day conversations between my mother and me. Yeah, ARAVA pics, my mom's really cool like that. And super supportive too.

    • Seeing Greg O share his perspective on Mindful Construct, and where he'd like to see it go. Basically, I was blown away by his comment, ARAVA FOR SALE. Still am. And yes, I look forward to writing book reviews in 2010.

    • Writing each and every guest article for other websites. It's so much fun to share the same message in different languages.

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    • Okay, the numbers have balanced out a bit, but ladies, you were so under-represented for the better half of the year. ARAVA FOR SALE, Okay, I get that my writing style's mostly masculine -- assertive, to-the-point, as compelling as it can be, even tough-lovey at times. I just found it amusing and also precious that most comments were from the men -- and this is a site that goes to great lengths to talk about emotions. ARAVA used for, So, we silenced the stereotype in the first year, eh. Not bad.

    • My Twitter handle, @mindfulconstrct is a typo. It doesn't have the last "u" because of Twitter's username length, ARAVA FOR SALE. Fine by me, buy no prescription ARAVA online, it's kinda cool posing as a typo on Twitter. But it did mean that a few Twitter peeps posted with the "u" instead of leaving it out. No worries there, but it was quirky. So it got me to thinking... now I don't want to put the "u" back in (if Twitter was nice enough to let me) because there are too many tweets about @mindfulconstrct ARAVA FOR SALE, that I wouldn't want to lose. Buy cheap ARAVA, Ah well, it makes my web personification more lively, or more multidimensional. By the way, my Twitter stream delivers more Mindful Construct goodness.

    • Writing an article about not arguing. Having an anonymous commenter arguing against the article aka argument about not arguing. Then refraining from arguing with him, buy ARAVA without prescription, while he continued to argue with me. It was perfect, because that article needed an example or two, ARAVA FOR SALE. So, if you missed the exchange, go check it out. And share your thoughts in the comments, ARAVA treatment, without arguing of course.

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    • Hearing the stories of ex-Jehovah's Witnesses who broke away from the cult and are rebuilding their lives. My respect goes out to these brave individuals, whom we can all learn from. They show us that there is hope even when programmed with the most dysfunctional ARAVA FOR SALE, of beliefs. This was the most serious discussion here in 2009, and it's not light reading, but it's really important to be aware of.

    • Writing "How a Broken Heart Mends Herself." It was my broken heart that wrote that, where can i cheapest ARAVA online, not me. I cried the whole time I was typing. She's still mending herself, and the writing felt really good.

By the way...

Here are few articles that didn't get any comment love, but I think could spark some really interesting conversations:

And remember to stay tuned...

... to PBS for the three-part television series, This Emotional Life, airing January 4-6, 2010.

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I hope to hear what you all think about this special event in January -- much-needed air time for the intelligence of emotions.

So.., about ARAVA. how about you?

Do you have any memorable moments since finding Mindful Construct.

Tear-inspiring ones. ARAVA FOR SALE, Quirky ones.

Do share them below, as well as where you'd like to see us go in 2010.

Have a safe holiday everyone.

See you next year.

P.S. - If you have New Year's Resolutions in the works, you may want to consider doing the revisions first. You know, just to be more mindful about the whole thing.


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Cole Bitting December 18, 2009 at 8:42 am

You had to be amazed at what you’ve accomplished with Mindful Construct in 2009!

We cannot kill our ego and we cannot writing in a vacuum. Both your content and your audience are vibrant and insightful, a great match for your caring message. You push us to get our hands dirty, to go to where the pain is, to work the hard work that helps us feel more able and content and compassionate.

Keep going. I, for one, can hardly wait :)

Melissa Karnaze December 18, 2009 at 9:16 am

Cole, it’s been quite a ride! Thanks so much for being a part of it, and for all the support here and on Twitter. I’m looking forward to seeing what ground Mindful Construct and Fable cover in 2010. Rock on resilience, rock on. ;)

WN December 18, 2009 at 12:42 pm

I don’t know what the percentages are, but the reason you have a majority of men reading this content is because the realm of emotions are a lot more baffling to men than women.

You should go with that. Your niche just might be staring you in the face. :)

It’s easier for women (and met with less stigma) to naturally adopt modern-day (traditionally) masculine traits such as being tough, “go-getting,” rationalizing, etc… than it is for men to naturally adopt (traditionally) feminine traits, such as empathizing, expressing, nurturing, etc. I believe we’re living in a time where men are trying to actively seek out (hunting for) how to become more sensitive to the feminine so that he can catch up to women who have already achieved a certain culturally sanctioned balance between masc/fem.

In other words, women can play both parts and feel rewarded for it. Men can also play both parts, but feel embarrassed (emasculated) by it.

I hate to say it, but I don’t see this changing any time soon, unless we are suddenly plunged back into a hunter-gatherer society where a man’s brute strength and hand-eye coordination was of very high value. Now, men are banished to fantasize about their lost masculine power over sporting events, action flicks, and other surrogates for “the hunt.”

But, back to my original point, men are more likely to “hunt” for answers to their confusions about emotions, as opposed to women who appear (to me) to be better well-adjusted to modern life.

But I generalize… :P

Melissa Karnaze December 18, 2009 at 1:20 pm

lol Here I am with my feminine perspective of, there needs to be more balance. Same number of boys and girls, so everyone feels safe and warm inside.

And there you are, WN, with your male perspective: No, the niche is already shaped!

Thanks for that. :P

In other words, women can play both parts and feel rewarded for it. Men can also play both parts, but feel embarrassed (emasculated) by it.

Yes, this is a double standard that we’re sort of shedding… but it needs a lot of work.

From my perspective both men and women have trouble with the *dark* emotions. Because society fidgets with that, period. I think if anything, women are more discouraged from the dark emotions than men are. But… that it’s more socially acceptable for women to be more assertive (than it is for men to embrace the feminine) does overlap with some of the dark emotions, like anger for instance, and it overlaps with using the dark emotions constructively.

Hmm, this has really got me thinking. There is a lot more to be explored in this area…

I’ll tell you, as well as I can remember back, the concept of Response Ability came about because I was wondering how the heck I was going to write about emotions without scaring off all the males (as well as those in the more masculine institutions, such as academia), or rather, looking silly and too dainty to be taken seriously by them.

“Work with your emotions” is simply way too feminine. For most men, football is obviously more enticing than that. And hey, I think generalizations can be great when they spark discussion. :)

So Response Ability was focused on the hunter-gatherer mentality of: tomorrow is coming whether we like it or not. We better be ready for that storm/drought/big hunt/battle/etc. so we better not let these unresolved emotions get in the way.

In other words, it came about because it’s practical (and also as stripped down from belief systems as it can be). Men are practical creatures. Maybe they’re better suited (to continue the generalization) to see that working with emotions is at base, practical?

WN December 19, 2009 at 9:10 am

If you can convince men that working with their emotions is the most rational thing they can do… OMG! You’re on to something BIG. :)

Kelley Mitchell December 19, 2009 at 11:48 am

All I can say is I’m very glad I found this blog earlier this year. You have helped me to give meaning and put into words my emotions and why I feel the ways I do.

Best wishes,


Melissa Karnaze December 19, 2009 at 11:57 am

WN, :P

Kelley, that’s wonderful to hear. It’s been a joy reading your comments and experiences. :)

Odin Xenobuilder December 20, 2009 at 9:28 am

Thanks for the re-cap Melissa, I found some good reads I might have missed otherwise. I actually found Mindful Construct through that Michael Ian Black post you mentioned here and checked out many past posts at that time, but obviously missed some good stuff.

Looking forward to more discussion in 2010. BTW, nice job not scaring off all the males ;-) It never occurred to me that it would be something you had thought of and been part of why you choose to describe things the way you do. Well, it was obviously effective, and in more ways than just that one.

Melissa Karnaze December 20, 2009 at 11:03 am

Odin, how cool that you found your way here through Michael Ian Black’s blog! I guess a link through a comedian is a sure way to reach males. :P

Gender has become more of a theme than I expected it to when starting out. But it makes sense, since gender-generalized tendencies are just another reflection of the evolutionary behaviors that emotions reflect.

Odin, I really appreciate your wonderful contributions to the discussions this year. :)

It’s always refreshing to see to the male perspective. And as much as I think that both men and women can have a balance of male and female perspective… there are still undeniable, even if subtle, differences that become apparent to me after reading your guys’ thoughts on the articles. Which of course is fun, and expands the discussion in many valuable ways.

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