By: Hilary Nwachukwu
Anger and RetaliationThe world we live in is more becoming a platform where the idea of neighborhood is becoming lost on the hourly bases. The people you find around you look onto you to tolerate them without considering that they too are expected to show...
By: Ellen Weineck
The two main broad perspectives that explain crime are Marxism and functionalism. Each covers a range of theories and explanations such as subcultural theory in both Marxism and functionalism, and status frustration in functionalism. From a Marxist perspective crime and deviance can only be understood...
Will Written Text Survive as a Communication Medium
By: James Buthman
Written text will survive. Fear escalated that written letters, books, and newspapers would be enveloped within the e-world. Concern was that e-mail would encapsulate everything and there would be no need for words written beyond the narrow confines of a computer screen. Newspapers are struggling...
By: Michael Mcdowell
The greatest challenge of being an introvert is the moment you meet the woman of your dreams. There is a unreal feeling that overcomes you. You find you are able to talk to her. You can say whatever comes to mind and you glorify in...
By: patty smithe
The word "belittle" implies that something or someone is unimportant or little. It is used in order to disparage a person. To cast them in a negative light, with the intent of making them seem less impressive than the initial first appearance.When someone belittles...
By: Dianne Paukovits
Anger is something we all feel at some time or another, it may surface as a slight annoyance or bubble up in an all consuming rage, this is inclined to depend on the circumstances and our state of mind at the time.One dictionary version...
By: Lucinda Price
Now this is a strong statement indeed; and I am not sure that any one person is capable of doing such a thing because we as humans are complex individuals. Our chemical makeup is different, our ideas different - we sure do not look or...
By: Jonathan Young
Social Darwinism is based upon the popular notion of "survival of the fittest," in which fitness is mistaken for rightness. When scientists refer to fitness, they're talking about a process in which the genotype of the individual who reproduces the most becomes more common...
By: Dolores Moore
I believe the nutshell I would put this into is as follows: Emotional intelligence is knowing how you and others feel at any given time, and using those feelings in a positive way that makes for a good outcome for everybody. Big nutshell, I know...
By: electprogeny
Allow me a moment to share an analogy I recently constructed for a recent relationship's end, so that I may better address the question of how best to let go of someone you love:It has been my experience that there are varying degrees of love...

 

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