By: Pat Lunsford
Why do we worry? We worry because every day we are subjected to situations beyond our control. We have our cars serviced but it doesn’t guarantee that we won’t find ourselves on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck. We...
By: Renata Napier
Being a psychology major, I have learned some things about the development of children. I, also, have learned some discipline techniques that are shown to work. Having two children of my own, ages seven and one, there is one disciplinary technique that I have learned...
By: Nadine Marie
Letting go of someone you love is just a matter of acceptance. You first have to take the time to evaluate the situation. Once this is don all that is left for you to do is let them go so they may be as happy...
By: Pat Lunsford
People are afraid to help others because so many times the help is viewed as weakness and is often abused. Helping people is a good thing. I'm not advocating selfishness. In fact, I think we need more kindness in the world. But it is common...
By: Pat Lunsford
Understanding sensitive people was very difficult for me because I'm more or less straight forward and actually appreciate bluntness. There are two very sensitive people in my immediate family so I know what it's like trying to deal with them. When I was a lot...
By: Pat Lunsford
When the movie "Titanic" was first released in the theater, it got the worst reviews of the year. Film critics said it was too long, too boring, not well made, just about every bad thing you can imagine. It was the highest grossing movie of...
Will Written Text Survive as a Communication Medium
By: Barry Marcus
Ebooks have made little inroad against printed versions. Even serious computer addicts (like me) that spend their time on-line reading blogs, comments and articles prefer a newspaper that we can page through. A book is a book and there is no way that I will...
By: Reiko Nakamura
I actually believe that this argument can go both ways.Perhaps violent behavior is inherited, much like instinct is to animals. Doesn't the female black widow spider (correct me if I'm wrong-it may be another species) kill her mate for food by instinct? By law...
By: Carol Wohlfeil
Aggression 1 Aggression: A Learned BehaviorStudies have identified several factors that may play a role in the development of aggressive behavior. Genetics may increase an individual's likelihood for aggressive behavior, and certain mental disorders may include symptoms of such behavior. However, aggressive behavior is most...
By: Linda Szymanski
When considering the premise that we were created in God's image and we were then given FREE WILL to choose between Good and Evil, one must not ask if we are Violent as a result of Nature or Nurture, but rather is it in our...

 

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