By: Janet Grischy
Silky the Pony Silky lived at Blue Lake with four other ponies. All morning, they wore saddles and bridles. They walked in a circle and took children around and around on a pony ride. From one side of the circle, Silky could see the lake...
By: Charlotte Louise Nystrom
Sam is a little different from other people’s pets. My friends say he is weird and strange, but I say Sam is the best. Their cats and dogs are great, they run and purr and fetch. Our grey goat though, is the finest catch...
How often do you find yourself happy?
By: Christyl Rivers
Can you be in pain and happy at the same time? Of course, ask any mother who just gave birth to a healthy baby. Or think about a day spent getting sore hiking, horse-back riding, or even completing a hard won project like painting your...
By: Drake Tae
Depression is a controversial topic, and the condition affects many people around the world. To say that society is "taking the wrong approach with respect to depression" is rather bold. The reason it's bold is because society is full of many people, and they aren't...
Modern schools of psychological thought and how they have influenced the science of psychology
By: John Smith
When any given person hears the word “psychology” a variety of ideas might come to their mind. One person may immediately picture a therapist, pen in hand, notebook ready, looking curiously at their patient who is partially reclined on a red leather futon. &ldquo...
The role of remote sensing in archaeology
By: Poppy Sunderland
Archaeology is the study of the physical remains of past human societies. Archaeologists look at both upstanding monuments (for examples, buildings that are clearly visible) and sub-surface remains (material found in the earth that has been gradually covered over as time progressed). The use of...
By: John Smith
At one time or another everyone has probably been asked, "Just where are you coming from?" This question in context of course doesn't mean where did you come here from but rather elicits a quick assessment of the knowledge on which one bases their...
By: Rebecca Adele Scarlett
When reading informative articles, you may occasionally notice jargon that is difficult to decipher for the casual reader. Most specialties have their own acronyms, abbreviations and shorthands which, while they do save time and space, are not always known to the general public. Although most...
Tips for assessing your errors and becoming a better person
By: Christyl Rivers
You can be a better person. It takes merely awareness and presence. Self assessment is key. Begin, first, to see you are not "Bad," right now, you just can learn from mistakes. Assessing who you are is not as easy as you may think...
Overview of psychological and emotional factors affecting sexual performance
By: Dr. Manura Nanayakkara
Psychological and emotional factors are very important in sexual performance. The main factors that can affect sexual performance are anxiety, low self-esteem and relationship problems. Anxiety and fear Anxiety is one of the main causes of sexual dysfunction and poor performance. But thinking too much...

 

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