However, most of us don’t deal with the source of what caused the pain in past failed relationships which sometimes creates patterns and cycles.
It thus seems to represent an early stage of the adaptation of an Aegean script (whether LA or an unattested related script) to produce the CM writing system(s), including some inherited signs which may have been dropped or changed beyond recognition in later CM, but also already some newly-created Cypriot signs.
Whether it, strictly speaking, represents the ‘ancestor’ of later CM is also still the subject of a great deal of debate, depending on precisely how many signs are identified as having LA and/or later CM correspondences – some argue that the differences between this tablet and later CM are significant enough that it must represent a separate branch of the script that died out before the later CM period, hence the term ‘Cypro-Minoan 0’ (later CM is traditionally divided into the subgroups CM 1, 2, and 3, though the status of these subgroups is highly controversial.
Barnett and Baruch (1985) have suggested that female college students may experience negative consequences from assuming more roles and increasing life demands.
As promised in my last post, I hereby present the official cake of the ‘Understanding Relations Between Scripts‘ conference (or, as it’s familiarly known, URBS) that just took place in the Faculty this weekend: The inscription in question is a tablet from Enkomi on Cyprus (ENKO Atab 001), dating to around 1525-1425 B. E., making this the oldest attestation of the Cypro-Minoan script (or perhaps group of related scripts), which is/are used to write (an) unknown language(s) up until around the 11th century; later on, the related Cypriot Syllabary is used to write Greek (as well as ‘Eteocypriot’, another very poorly-understood, but certainly non-Greek, language/group of languages).
Jealousy=Insecurity Insecurities are created from past experiences that could be from childhood, past relationships, former marriages, any life event that made you feel you were less than what you really are.
You then took this definition and began designing yourself around it for years.
The reason is simple: it’s the irony we create about love and relationships.
Most relationship failures are related to some unresolved pain caused by someone else that you may have repressed.
PS: to anyone interested in finding out more about the Cypriot writing systems, I can highly recommend the book of Pippa’s previous conference, ‘Syllabic Writing on Cyprus and its Context’ (P. Steele, ed., Cambridge 2013), featuring many of the speakers who were also present at URBS.