By: Akramah
It is very difficult to accept the end of friendship, marriage or the life of a relative or close friend. The pain often lingers and may make it difficult for a person to function as he or she is known to. It could also lead...
By: Gary C. Gibson
Death is one of many bad things that can happen to a living human being. Death ends relationships that may be good. Death makes one late for a dental appointment. Death stops one from building a concrete monolithic dome, and death prevents one from inventing...
By: Miles Togo
We fear death because we love life.We don't ask for life, yet receive it as a free gift. Having received our gift, we grow to love it. Whether born into riches or delivered amongst the poor of Africa, we cherish our life most deeply...
By: Nathanael Cunningham
Life lesson on fear In Battle Creek Michigan were two happy kids except on this very scary night. A little kid named Nathan and his big brother Daniel, who was in the second grade, were sleeping silently and disturbing no one. Daniel awoke suddenly to...
By: Elaine Sihera
Imagine sitting in the middle of a road and there is an oncoming car heading rapidly towards you. You have a choice of only two actions. To get out of its way and live to fight another day, or to sit where you are and...
By: Maxwell Cynn
Games have been part of our lives since the dawn of civilization and perhaps even before. Primitive peoples play many types of games. Some help to develop, and master, necessary skills for survival, others are simply for fun and social interaction. Our games draw us...
By: Adele Gregory
Sex has much in common with other things that can take over someone's life, like food, alcohol, shopping, gambling, video games etc. It's pleasurable, available (in one form or another), gives immediate gratification, and allows you to forget about other problems for a while. Putting...
By: Billy B. Bob
The Psychology of BalanceThis article will examine a few, key aspects of middle adulthood. In particular, it will examine pessimism, optimism, and self-esteem from biosocial, cognitive, and psychosocial perspectives. Despite common misconceptions, most middle-aged adults do seem to be struggling with maintaining happiness in their...
By: Ashley Anderson
Sigmund Freud began a form of analysis that is still used to this day. His ideas of human suffering and how it relates to sexuality in this day and age are often controversial and highly debated. Whether his ideas are accurate or far from normal...
By: Shaina Kelly
There exists a man in this world deemed the human Google.' That is, his mind is as sharp, accurate, and extensive as a search engine. His name is Kim Peek and he is an autistic savant.I have always been fascinated by the ever...

 

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