Chain reaction of increasing class polarization: The future of America's free market economy
By: Tea Leaf
What is the future of the free market economy? Where will the American economy be in 100 years? Will there still be a free market economy in 100 years? These are all questions that are commonly speculated on, by both market analysts and ordinary citizens...
By: dffffff
Feeling worried is a natural reaction much like being surprised or angry. However, it's a unique reaction wherein an individual can feel it more easily than any other emotion harboring in our minds. The best way to look upon the feeling of worry is to...
By: Christina A. Armani
Thousands of people dissociate themselves from the bad things that happen to them. Whatever the thing is, it is only natural to want to wipe away the memory and pretend that it never even happened at all. While this may be seen to be "normal...
By: Sandra Lynn
To understand dissociation one must comprehend the meaning of the word, the definition is, dissociation: noun. a breaking up or disconnecting; separation.(Holt, Rinehart & Winston of Canada Ltd., Publishers).Although the definition is clear and a convolution of clinical analysis and observations seems to...
By: Candace A. Clark
My favourite four letter word.It is a word that is always in our minds. It is a word that can make you cry, smile, and sometimes even make you change your life forever. We live with this word from childhood to adulthood, from job...
By: Angela S. Young
The reasons we do the things we do are as myriad as the people who do them. The thing that is the same, though, is that we all do them. We all make decisions every day of our life. Some are simple, such as: which...
By: Sarah Strutt
It would be unlikely that any woman who has had a child growing inside her, and then delivered that child into the world, is unchanged by the experience. Whether it be a good or bad experience is very subjective, however I have no doubt that...
By: Shaun T. Koh
An immigration officer had reassured me on the phone that all I would need was a driver's license and proof of residency. A passport would not be required. Leaving the border of the United States into Canada earned me a cursory glance and wave.On...
By: Gail Wiley
Why does God let us suffer?I have often pondered on this subject. If God loves us, why does he allow us to suffer? How is it that some people die quickly and silently while others are forced to endure long, slow and painful deaths...
By: Mona Gallagher
Each of us has an arsenal of words at the tip of our tongue. We can use them to encourage, heal, and lift up a family member or friend in need or we can use them to punish others by tearing down character. Words are...

 

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