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Monthly Archives: April 2019

Protecting Our Kids From Bullies

According to stopbullying.gov more than 28 percent of students in middle school through high school grades admit to being bullied and 70 percent of students admit to observing it happening in their schools. That number seems low considering all the violence heard on the news each day taking place in the American school. It’s also alarming when parents share that ...

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Is Being Emotional Effective In Leadership Roles?

In recent years, there has been a notable shift of global and hierarchical power toward females, and it is changing the political and corporate landscape we once knew. The idea that more and more women are holding powerful positions concerns some, particularly those who adhere to the archaic belief that females tend to be emotional and thus, can’t make important, ...

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Keeping Opioids Out Of The Family

America is gripped in an opioid crisis of epic proportions, we are told by health care experts. Recent lawsuits have found big pharmaceutical companies guilty of paying financial incentives to doctors who pushed dangerous drugs to an unwitting nation. Is anyone in your family at risk of opioid addiction? Opioids are powerful feel-good drugs made from natural opium poppies or ...

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Pope Signs Letter To Report Sexual Abuse

The Pope finally signed into law steps that the Church leadership is required to take when sexual abuse happens to minors and vulnerable people. The Apostolic Letter was signed on March 29th, 2019, two years after the largest sexual abuse scandal came to light in 2017, making the problem impossible for the Church to ignore. The big question is why ...

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Bromances: Men Just Want To Have Fun

Do men prefer their male friends over women? A small study took a look bromances, the relationship shared between men– and what it meant to them emotionally. The males involved in this study were either involved romantically with someone at the time of the survey or had been in the last year. The study questioned happiness and fulfillment levels. The ...

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A Sad Day For The Small Business Administration

No doubt if you’re a closet wrestling fan (and who isn’t) the name McMahon has been synonymous with the rough and tumble world of what has now been defined as “sports-entertainment,” for countless generations Remarkably no other individual except perhaps for Walt Disney is credited with creating an enduring mythical empire, of real life superheroes and villains, with names like ...

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The Guilt Only Working Parents Understand

You could say my parents and my parent’s parents and anyone in my extended family have always been quintessential, hard-working Americans. Salt of the earth, as the old saying goes. They wore soiled, tattered boots. A sweaty handkerchief dangled from the back of their jeans. They kept their heads down, never complained, and provided for their wives and children. Conversely, ...

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Trump Wants To Fix Higher Education

The Trump Administration has issued a proposal to reform the Higher Education Act. School loan debt is finally being addressed by President Trump. His new plan may prove helpful for students, and their parents, currently burdened by repayment across the United States. Trump’s new plan includes a revision of the current Student Loan Forgiveness structure which allows individuals working in ...

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Before You Say “I Do,” Find Out Their Favorite Cream Cheese.

In 1956, Ed Norton (Wiki him if needed) once told a bridegroom…who wanted to be agreeable and didn’t want to have any arguments with his future wife… “Well, if you don’t want to argue, what are you getting married for!?” Truer words were never spoken, and even in the strongest of marital unions, it’s not the major disagreements which cause ...

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