Gayle Delaney
Subscriber since: November 2011
About Me
I study, write, and lecture about the psychology of dreams, always trying to liberate people from superstitions and old-spychiatrist tales that largely ignore the practical, metaphoric, problem solving nature of dreaming.

I also help adults date with flair and kindness.

The English, French, and Italian uses of the subjunctive (present, imperfect, past) fascinate me. I shall die trying to use beautiful English, French, and Italian even if those around me find me very old-fashioned. Intelligent use of nominative and objective cases help to clarify our communications and I will not give up the distinction between them!
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Favorite Word:

Flowing Honey, from the Greek. The existence of this word is ALMOST reason enough to learn Greek!
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Least Favorite Word:

Expletives, curses, etc. present to the listener mostly ugly images cloaked in anger. Why would I want to dump such images into the mind of my interlocutor?
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