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    find better ways to connect with clients. Perhaps connecting on an emotional level, through empathy, would cater to my discomfort with self-disclosure while still building the therapeutic relationship with my clients. Curiosity Remaining curious about the clients’ stories is a skill that could help me show empathy, thus help me connect with the clients. However, as Madsen and Gillespie (2014) explain, empathy is “the process of stepping into another person’s experience [which] requires suspending of our own preconceptions” (p.14). Throughout the three sessions with Leigh and Sam, I made a point to remain curious because I recognized my own preconceptions and opinions about some of the main themes that were discussed. These themes where the strict parenting rules and expectations, and casual use of marijuana by high school aged adolescents. I often asked for clarifications and examples in order to remain neutral. I feared that my opinions would show in my verbal and non-verbal. In fact, at 13:30 in session 3, my verbal and the use of “for the most part”, showed my judgment and opinion, and triggered an aggressive reaction in Leigh. In fact, this immediately caused me to break character as a counsellor. Madsen and Gillespie (2014) articulate that empathy and curiosity involve come critical reflection on our own preconceived ideas and social locations. As I grow as a practitioner I will keep taking moments to critically reflect on my social location and what preconceptions…

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    The Gathering Curiosity, it is seen in everyone, it is part of the human brain. The thing about a story that is full of curiosity is that it is hard to get bored and easy to get lost. Maya is a 17-year-old girl who lives in a small town, Salmon Creek. Salmon Creek is a medical research town as well as very small containing approximately only 200 people, which always makes new people interesting to the town. We see Maya and Daniel who is her best friend thinking a lot about the mysterious death…

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    Earth and space is my favorite topic when it comes to science especially space. Unknown makes me very curious if i could get on a one way trip to colonise a planet outside our solar system billions of lightyears away. My curiosity may be my downfall in life but without curiosity then what kind of boring day by day life are you living i'd rather die young experiencing new things then die old and never have left my childhood town. Science is everything life,death,Earth and space.Knowing this it…

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    mating with gods? What is it like to give birth to a child of god? Such thoughts are just bothering me all the time, whenever I am eating, bathing or dreaming. Sometimes I cannot help but to think such questions in my mind even when talking to other people. Finally I tell myself that I cannot stand this any more. My brain would explode because of curiosity unless I try invoking a god and figure out what it would be to make love with god. In fact I do not have to be really pregnant. I…

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    nosy. For example, when Mama and Big Ma were discussing about their food shortages, Cassie was peeking around the corner, eavesdropping. Once Cassie heard about running out of food, it makes her worry. What if we starve or die of starvation? She was concerned. Cassie knows deep in her heart that listening to what they were talking about was something wrong to do. Nevertheless, Cassie listens to their conversation because her curiosity takes over her. In addition, Cassie gets caught…

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    According to Xunzi, “‘inborn nature’ embraces what is spontaneous from Nature, what cannot be learned, and what requires no application to master.” These qualities correspond with the curiosity of man. Ascribing to Xunzi’s theory that the natural character of curiosity is evil, Actaeon is undoubtedly to blame for Diana’s punishment for him. In accordance with Xunzi’s theories, man is at fault for allowing his desires to control him, which Actaeon does. Xunzi argued that while humans are born…

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    Hexaco Personality Test

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    I see myself as an exceedingly curious person, but according to Hexaco, I have little curiosity. I feel like this result does not fit me at all. Back in 2012, my mom had some important news to share with the family. I asked her if she could tell me at that moment, but she said that I had to wait for my dad to get home because she was planning to tell him first. At that moment, my curiosity levels rose and I asked questions trying to figure out what the news were more likely going to be about. I…

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    Curiosity Probes

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    Curiosity is one of Earth’s most valuable probes when it comes to researching Mars. It is also arguably one of the most interesting and useful probes.The history, mission and design all make up curiosity. The history of curiosity starts ruggedly when the $2.5 billion rover almost met its untimely end with an audacious landing. Due to its cumbersome weight NASA scientists had to create a different landing plan that that of the probes prior to it. Instead of using a simple parachute system it had…

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    Definition Of Curiosity

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    The word curiosity by definition is “the strong desire to know or learn something”. This human urge to explore and become more knowledgeable is responsible for the most revolutionary inventions that have shaped our society. I believe that the nine letter noun, Curiosity, is the most important trait a human can acquire and the most important word in our culture due to the fact that it improves the overall quality of human life and creates an incentive for invention and innovation. Curiosity…

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    Curiosity In The Brain

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    Curiosity is the polar opposite of monotony. Behind every new pill, a new music album or even the latest gizmo, there are curious minds. Curiosity made Sir Alexander Fleming discover penicillin. However on the other hand, it has also helped others create weapons of mass destruction. It is not that curiosity is black or white; it is the mind that breeds it. Ironically for few, the mind is the entity which generates the most curiosity. I am one of those curious individuals who live up to that…

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