I wrote an article a couple of years ago called “The Dark Side of Christmas”, which explained the relationship between … Continue Reading Sexy Krampus Christmas Cards: The Christmas Demon.
While sitting in a nice restaurant (one of my favorites) awaiting for a group of friend’s to arrive , and … Continue Reading The New Rules for Men’s Hat Etiquette: Or…..”Who….Told You That”???
New York Fashion Week 2018 was very exciting this year (as it is every year), and the Elegant Classy Gentleman … Continue Reading New York Fashion Week: Style Fashion Show Day 1.
(Part 1: In the Beginning) Futurism which began in Italy around 1909, and was launched by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti and … Continue Reading Neo-Futurism Fashion: Is the Future Now? (Part 1.)
Neuroticism is defined by psychology as a personality trait in which a person experiences the world, or rather the external … Continue Reading Neuroticism: Negative Personality Trait, or Mental Illness?
Love has no boundaries and does not discriminate. It comes in different shapes and sizes. Different people express their love … Continue Reading Love is in The Eyes of the Beholder: by Alexis Ada Alexander
The problem of Hysteria in Victorian women and the invention of the vibrator. Being a woman in the Victorian era … Continue Reading Human Sexuality in Victorian England: Love, Sex and Lust in the Victorian Era. (Part 2)
Exploring the views thoughts and mannerisms of sexual behavior in the late 19th century England, Known as the Victorian Era. … Continue Reading Human Sexuality in Victorian England: Love, Sex and Lust in the Victorian Era. (Part 1)
I had the distinguished honor of attending the 2nd annual Halloween Masquerade Ball as a “Royal VIP Guest”. It was … Continue Reading The Halloween Masquerade Ball – A Sexy Venetian Carnival Affair.
While taking a break from my medical and psychological studies, I resolved myself to engage in one of my long … Continue Reading DAYS OF FUTURE PAST: Experiments in Time Travel, and keeping up with Amanda Holley.
The nervous system is made up of 2 types of cells, the gila and neurons. Gila cells gets it’s name … Continue Reading Biological Psychology: Neurophysiology and the functions of Neurons. Part 2
“One of the stereotypes of single people is that they are afraid of commitment, which is not the case, many single men show great commitment to their work, studies, organizations, and hobbies.”
Biological Psychology/Behavioral Neuroscience is the study of the human nervous system and the brain, in both homeostatic and pathological states. … Continue Reading Biological Psychology: An Overview of Behavioral Neuroscience-Part 1
Alfred Adler’s Theories on Individual Psychology: On Feelings of Inferiority and the Striving for Superiority.
“Every individual represents a unity of personality and the individual than fashions that unity. The individual is thus both the picture and the artist. Therefore if one can change one’s concept of self, they can change the picture being painted.”
First and foremost I’m an artist. I make music because it’s who I Am
The Consequences in the Shift of Medical Care: from Individual Medical Practitioners to Health Care Organizations.
The consequences in the shift of medical care from individual medical practitioners to health care organizations, and how it relates … Continue Reading The Consequences in the Shift of Medical Care: from Individual Medical Practitioners to Health Care Organizations.