By: Elizabeth M Young
Cyber bullying has become a major concern for those who operate in the virtual world. Whether the bullying goes on in chat rooms, social networking sites, forums or in blogs and their comments, the prevalence and the persistence of those who can operate anonymously can...
By: Marlin Bressi
With the news world buzzing about Florida pastor Terry Jones' plan to burn copies of the Koran on September 11th, not since Nazi Germany has the act of book burning garnered so much worldwide attention. Are there social implications to the act of merely setting...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The first part of our perception involves the things that grab our attention or that keep our attention. There are intensities to events in life that get our attention right away, for example. When something effects our senses of sight, sound, color or taste in...
Book reviews: First Person Plural, My Life as a Multiple, by Cameron West
By: Shelly Barclay
First Person Plural by Cameron West is a powerful non-fiction novel about abuse, repressed memories and, above all, dissociative identity disorder (multiple personalities). West was diagnosed with the disorder as an adult. This book chronicles the first few years of Cameron's illness. The entire book...
Bite me
By: Ted Nylund
Money! Power! Politics! And selfishness! The humanrace can't help but munipulate all these things. It's nothing to be proud of. In fact most politicians disgust me! Humans are a disgrace to life it self! I wrote a better aticle but it was erased before it...
What's your greatest fear?
By: Christyl Rivers
If you know it or not, your greatest fear is separation. You may call it a “fear” about the surface event, or object; things like fear of dark, heights, spiders, public speaking, or what have you. Yet, when you come down to the core...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The lower classes can be defined strictly by income that is less than the average or even the exact middle of the national or societal income level. But there is more to existing as a member of a social class structure than low income. Otherwise...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Groups of people have a natural tendency to fall into layers of power, influence, opportunity and even closeness to the group. Groups of people have natural tendencies toward managing others into layers of power, influence, ability and even access to benefits of being in the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Religion: Religion is the organization of thought, belief, practice and faith about beings that have superior powers to any force that we know. Alternatively, religion is the organized thought about facts of nature and life that we cannot explain and have no hope of explaining...
Coping with criticism
By: snowdoll487
Cope with criticism It is annoying to receive criticism, especially from people you care about. It somehow affects your own view of yourself and self-worth. True, criticism stings but instead of looking at it as an offense, an injustice, view criticism as a loving way...

 

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