introspectiveness


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thoughtfulness about your own situation and feelings

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From the Telefon Tel Aviv-like introspectiveness of "The Reason to Stay Awake" and "The Path of Roses," to an unusual rave spirit that seems to blend Jean-Michel Jarre with Daft Punk in "Picture Game" and "Red Drowning Sun," Phileas' debut album is a non-stop array of voice soundscapes and rhythms, all cut through with the verve for invention that drove Kraftwerk on to ever more creative heights.
However, custody is not, to my mind, doing anything remotely worthwhile or socially productive with these (normally) sought-after qualities (resourcefulness, introspectiveness, etc.
Certain family characteristics such as parental concern with a child's health and parental abusiveness are particularly relevant to the development of negatively biased introspectiveness and the inclination to monitor inner body sensations.
Hare tries in vain to conform with this new order by attending 'faith parties'--social events that feature prayer, singing, and morale-boosting speeches in an attempt to bolster communal feeling--but he is regarded with suspicion because of his liking for reading and taking solitary walks at a time when activities that denote 'curiosity, or introspectiveness, or a desire for solitude' are frowned upon (p.
Ennis's introspectiveness and introversion and, at times, own heterosexist tendency can be attributed to a childhood trauma.