Counter Procrastination and Bad Behaviours

Writing your learning script: Ingraining good and bad behaviours

How to gain more positive skills and unfuck negative mentality (How to level up and train your character part 4)

As a former ABA therapist who is trained and graduated in human behaviour and ABA therapy, psychology.
Rewarding and conditioning good behaviours with desirable rewards can become stale and ineffective.

I.e. Calling our children to table for dinner to be rewarded with foods they like or scolding them if they fail to come when called, does not seem to be winning strategy for obedience nor family time.

As an adult or teenager, we are aware of what makes us unhappy , using pavlov conditioning as an example, we come to realise that we are often stimulated and offered unconscious priming to be accustomed to society, advertising and seek immediate rewards when offered. I.e seeing the sign of MacDonald can make your kid excited, or another example being able to get what you desire when being exposed to an opportunity,…

The funny guide to punctuation (en dash, em dashes) Punctuation Training Part 1

Crossfit your grammar and learn proper punctuation and grammar

Disclaimer: readers to have a sense of humor to proceed.

Tired of relearning punctuation over and over again?
Tired of being making silly mistakes just for forgetting some tiny marks that seem neither like words nor sentences, masquerading as grammar?
The funny guide to punctuation will make you remember how to use punctuation by being funny as hell; just joking, it’s lame as hell.

Hello, good to see you here. I mean, good for you.
Before we proceed to the em dash, I shall assume, you do not know of its lesser form, the en dash ( ‘-‘). The em dash evolves and grows longer, respect the em dash, remember to press the dash sign on your keyboard twice to acknowledge its evolution.

1. The em dash ('--'); as a longer -- pause.
Two em dashes are often used in conjunction for a phrase; when your thing is too short just attach another!

It is a pause more deliberate and pretentious than a comma.

Remember if you want a pause;
Just use the double em dashes ! (‘—‘)
e.g. The man pulled out—with his short willy—he decided that two em dashes will compensate for his willy, leaving the reader bewildered with an odd thought that this man must be foolish.

DEM EM dashes as parentheses (this is a parentheses -> ‘( )’):
A pair can be more representative than to talk about lengthening your willy, em dashes are also more intrusive than your willy. If you want to bring more attention to your willy and insert your remark:
His willy-all 2 inches-was lengthened by the new drugs he bought at the supermarket.
When used as a parentheses at the end of a single sentence:
She wanted 2 inches, John thought he was too small-or rather- compared to that fingers of his.

2. In doubt? Just add more! 
Multiple em dashes (used with spaces) are used to indicate missing words in a sentence. This is done so intentionally.

The victim not to be named, ——, was prosecuted this evening.

Spaces with the em dash?
Em dashes are typically used without spaces, however, the weirdos and most newspapers, set each em dash with a space on both sides.

Weirdos and media — and all that seek to defy spaces — loves to use a space before and after the em dash.

If you have trouble producing the em dash from its lesser being the en dash.
Try again, just press twice, most note pads and word processors will automatically evolve to a longer dash from two en dashes. Otherwise, find out yourself or concede defeat that there is no better way — than your lack of will — and use a pair of hyphens instead.

Kudos to have reach the end.
Bon voyage,


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