By: Nancy Ryan
Alienation is a word that describes what happens when one does something, or says something, that separates them from the crowd. You become seperated from your family or friends, for whatever reason, and are no longer welcome in their close circle. The word is usually...
By: Leigh Goessl
Once you've failed at something, it's hard to forge ahead because you're afraid of failing again. Everyone fails at something at one time in their life or another, but the best thing to do is get right back up on that proverbial horse and don't...
By: Jane Allyson
Being sexual is a part of what makes us human. By using our sexuality we are able to create strong bonds by becoming close to others in the most intimate way.Our sexuality is a source of great pleasure and and deep satisfaction. It is...
By: Xiang Xiang Liew
Is violent behavior in humans caused by innate or environmental factors? The answer has important implications in the efforts to combat the rising levels of aggressive behavior in today's society. If violent behavior is innate, there may be little we can do to reduce aggression...
By: Gary C. Gibson
If one pays enough scientists can find an answer to the question about money buying happiness, although if the costs rise through continuing research that may cause one unhappiness. If the answer is 'no' could we really be happy with that? Would it be more...
By: Rex Coker
Money will never be able to buy you perfect happiness. Science will never be able to solve this age old problem because the happiness money brings is a false sense of security. People that do not have money worry about how they are going to...
By: Shadesdown
I don't know if you would want to call it science. The question of whether money can buy happiness could easily be answered by the American Population. Simply interview one hundred people; Fifty wealthy people and fifty poor people. Ask them various detailed questions such...
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CAN SCIENCE SETTLE THE QUESTION OF WHETHER MONEY CAN BUY HAPPINESS?The question of whether or not money can indeed buy happiness is largely dependent upon how the individual chooses to define what makes them happy. Such a definition is generally based upon personal life...
By: Zachariah Langley
This question, as old and insane as my science teacher was, will never be answered correctly, because those who want it aren't usually happy and want it while those who have it hide their distrust in those around them that don't in materialistic crap that...
By: Brooke Mamalias
Teenage Suicide: Are We Doing Enough?Adolescent suicide is an increasing problem in today's society. Unfortunately, parents and individuals are unaware of the high risk of suicide that accompanies teenage life. There are many factors and warning signs that one can observe if there is...

 

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