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The simple answer to this question is young adults in general are more concerned with others, especially people who are less fortunate, and try a little harder to save energy and protect the environment during an economic down turn.  High school students who graduated during the most recent Great Resession of 2008 to 2010 exhibit greater compassion toward the needy than students who graduated during the ec...

“I think it was ninth grade, or maybe tenth, and I was sitting in after-school detention. I’d been sentenced to hard time for being late to class, even though I had a valid excuse. See, I was only late because I hated school with a burning passion. I dreaded every class, every assignment, every test, every worksheet, every mound of busywork, every shallow and forced interaction with peers I couldn&rs...

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College is great for a lot of different reasons. This is where you will pursue the career of your dreams, meet a lot of different people, and learn about who you are. But the one thing a college will never offer is emotional intelligence--perhaps the most important thing of all. In business, you can hire as many college graduates as you want and it could mean absolutely nothing. The acquisition of those types of skills don’t come ...

Having children, and raising them, can be one of the most difficult but rewarding tasks we ever have to face. Raising kids can often feel so mundane, as it seems our children never learn even from their most basic of mistakes. It can be difficult to know how to act in certain circumstances, especially when it involves their older and younger siblings. After a time, most parents find that the same punishments slowly begin to fail, a...

The simple answer to this question is young adults in general are more concerned with others, especially people who are less fortunate, and try a little harder to save energy and protect the environment during an economic down turn.  High school students who graduated during the most recent Great Resession of 2008 to 2010 exhibit greater compassion toward the needy than students who graduated during the ec...

“I think it was ninth grade, or maybe tenth, and I was sitting in after-school detention. I’d been sentenced to hard time for being late to class, even though I had a valid excuse. See, I was only late because I hated school with a burning passion. I dreaded every class, every assignment, every test, every worksheet, every mound of busywork, every shallow and forced interaction with peers I couldn&rs...

An inside look at love and life. Two become one, become two. Relationships are fickle at best and require a willingness to work hard in order to maintain stability. Two individuals joining their lives together, trying to co-exist as one, while also trying to keep a bit of individuality is a difficult task for any couple out there. Sometimes it becomes too hard and the once happy couples are now faced with a choice between getting help, ...

We now have another reason to blame failed marriages on someone—or something—else. For the last several years, social media has been a factor in many extramarital affairs. Peoplehave been able to connect with almost anyone and have been given a false sense of love and security from someone they don’t even know—or, in some cases, used to know. Such instances have grown increasingly frequent, and just rec...