By: Matt S. Law
"Sticks and stones can only cut my skin and break my bones, but words can hurt me to the very core of my being." You may not remember it said that way when you were in grade school, but that's probably because your parents...
By: Frances Burke
Creating a map of your thoughts is simple and fun. It will help you generate ideas, expand your creative awareness and clear away mental blocks. When too many thoughts are racing around your head you need a way to unload. Do you have a great...
By: Christine Miller - 370799
Words can slap. The emotional bruise you left on me tonight may not be as visible as a cast or a welt, but it's certainly just as painful. A stinging choice of words targeted the insecure areas of my being make me weak.It's hard...
What a smile can do
By: Matt S. Law
I know several of you read the title and exclaimed, "A-ha! A spelling error!" Well, while I applaud your watchdoggedness, I actually intended to use the word affect and not effect. Specifically the noun form of affect meaning "Feeling or emotion, especially as manifested...
By: Eva Pronovost
I am a feminist. It's become a dirty word, associated with extreamists (femi-nazis) and the strange idea that if you support women's rights then you automatically devalue men's. It's become a shameful label, and people who otherwise support equality between the genders feel they need...
By: Matt S. Law
Worrying is a bit of a foreign topic to me, because to be honest, I've never really spent a lot of time worrying about much. It's just not something I do. I'm not sure why, because I remember I used to worry a lot about...
By: Ann Palmieri
I have a theory that the young people who shoot up children at school are products of a lack of bonding. The bonding that should have taken place, didn't. When this attachment is lacking (because of illness, death, adoption, etc) the child grows up unable...
By: David Aaron White
The object I chose to analyze is an Etruscan general's cuirass and helmet that I looked at during our trip to the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Anthropology . Of course, this is a set of armor that was owned by a high-ranked Etruscan soldier, not...
By: Melba Dagan
It is impossible to identify the seat of emotion in the brain because it isn't in the brain! Have you ever heard anyone say that they fell in love with someone with their whole brain? Or have you ever heard someone say that something 'broke...
By: Bridget Webber
Self esteem is a key element of confidence. If we truly have self esteem it means that we have learned to value ourselves as individuals and have a sense of freedom from the critical observations of others.Much self esteem is gathered, or not gathered...

 

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