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Rejected And Chosen

Rejection hurts. We want to be a chosen one.  Do you remember gym classes with team captains who chose members?  If you were not athletic, it was a time of humiliation and rejection.  Then, adulthood delivers more opportunities for rejection: looking for a job, losing a job, finding a mate, ...

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How to Influence Your Kids’ Behavior

For decades, law makers, scientists, parents and teachers have debated the impact of violent movies and video games on behavior. In 1972, the Surgeon General actually issued this statement: “It is clear to me that the causal relationship between televised violence and antisocial behavior is sufficient to warrant appropriate and ...

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Family Feud–The Good Kind

Nothing good comes to mind when one hears the words “family feud”—until the game show, that is. Steve Harvey has put a new spin on an old favorite. I’m not a fan of game shows, but this one grabbed my attention and has kept me coming back for more. It ...

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Not All Cartoons are Good

My daughter really wanted to watch cartoons the other day and I decided to indulge her a little.  Normally, she watches Disney or a DVD of Mickey Mouse or something of the like.  But those were not an option at the time.  I skimmed through the channels until I came ...

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Stop Feeding Us Trash

Simply put, we live in a world were the media likes to feed us trash. It’s an unfortunate thing. We go to turn on the television or computer and we’re bombarded with sexual images, violence, cursing, and news about all the negative things happening around us. Sure, to an extent ...

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