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No Good Ending?

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Faith is on the front page, and the headlines are ghastly. America has been given a fresh look into a barbarism as old as time itself, albeit a look we did not ask for. It’s easy to ignore tragedy and injustice when it’s out of sight. It’s more difficult when it’s ...

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Goth Culture Among Teens

Most likely you’ve noticed them – Goths dressed in black, to include hair, make-up, and nails. Maybe you are a Goth. Maybe you’re experimenting with the Gothic identity. Maybe you’re concerned about a Gothic teenager or sibling. Do you have reason to be concerned? Although Gothdom is too diverse to ...

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Music: Do the Lyrics Matter?

Music is a powerful thing. It can turn the cowardly into the courageous in the form of a battle hymn or it can emotionally cripple us. Today, I want to go on a little musical journey with you and test whether lyrics matter in music and I’m going to measure ...

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Tips for Improving Your Mental Health for 2015

  When we think of New Year’s resolutions, usually it is to improve our physical health, however, maintaining good mental and emotional habits are just as important. If you have had a challenging year, it is time to reevaluate why and what you can do differently. Being mentally healthy means ...

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When Parents Split: Death and Divorce

My parents split, but not in the way you might think.  One died from cancer when I was 5-years-old.  The other died of a heart attack when I was 21-years-old. I thought nothing could have been worse than my mom and dad dying.  I know comparing pain is pointless, because heartache is heartache, yet I ...

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