The Lost Generation: A Better Name For Millenials

The Lost Generation   We’re the orphaned generation of shame. Children of parents that wanted to give us everything, wanted us to be the future doctors, lawyers, and leaders of the country, but the same children that chose a different path – and we are forced to face the disappointment of those before us who […]

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Finding Your Future: “What Do I Want?”

Finding Your Future   “What should my career be?” “How much money do I want to make?” I see commercials and motivational books that tell us we can be anything we want – we just have to put our minds to it. How true is that? Can you really be the next President? I’m quite […]

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The Great Fight Against Cynicism

The Great Fight Against Cynicism   A pet-peeve of mine is cynical people. The kind of people that never offer any helpful attitudes and instead seemingly act jaded and scorned. Defined as “an attitude that is characterized by general distrust or lack of faith of other peoples motivations and ambitions; a general lack of faith […]

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What Makes Us Angry?

Anger: Psychology and Society   We often talk about what satisfies us – but what about the things that anger us? Everyone has certain mental pressure points that, when pressed, make us want to explode. How do we deal with anger?   What Makes Us Angry?   Anger sometimes just happens immediately, and we don’t […]

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The Unique Struggles of the INFP Male

The Unique Struggles of the INFP Male INFPs males are a rather unique and rare personality, one that has it’s own struggles. INFPs are kind and caring people, with rich inner minds and a dislike for anything shallow. Their natural sensitivity is a big part of what makes them so special, but is is also […]

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How Each Personality Type Should Approach the New Year

How Each Personality Type Should Approach the New Year There has been plenty of talk about the previous year, and how hard it has been on many people. Instead of dwelling on the negative, we have decided to help you discover the best way to approach the new year to come. Here is how each […]

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Ten Ways to Lose Weight the Easy Way

Lose Weight the Easy Way   Looking to lose a few pounds? Want to be healthier? I’m certainly a fan of lazy afternoons and putting as little work as necessary for success. As with anything, some work is necessary, but here are some tips to show you that losing weight doesn’t have to be as […]

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The Science of a Perfect Relationship

What Makes for a Successful Relationship? If you’ve ever left your house, you’ve probably found that talk about relationships is nearly unavoidable. “Does she like me?” “Does he like her?” Turn on any prime-time television show and a major plot thread will be some unresolved tension between a man and a woman. The drama, gossip, […]

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Avoiding Groupthink: Overcoming Stagnation

Avoiding Groupthink   In the workplace, in social circles, and even in classrooms we all have a tendency to want social approval. Awareness of one’s own self and behaviors seem like an obvious thought pattern, but as groups grow larger a tendency develops for people to start identifying as a member of a group rather […]

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The Passive-Aggressive Problem: Dealing With Passive Aggressive People

The Passive-Aggressive Problem Passive-aggressive people can be a frustrating bunch. Essentially (but by no means the clinical definition), a passive-aggressive person is someone who will get angry but only express it indirectly, preferring to avoid conflict altogether. That might be through gossip, sarcasm, or even just silently avoiding tasks they were directed. Pushed too little, […]

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