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  • Dealing with Grief

    Dealing with Grief

    I imagined a silver ball bouncing around inside the weekly lottery machine. I knew that it was unlikely that someone else could associate that image with... Read more

    The 24 June 2014 by   Gran13
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  • Book of the Month – June 2014

    Book Month June 2014

    ~ contributed by CHP student assistant Adam Beckler.Saturday, May 17th marked the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education. Read more

    The 02 June 2014 by   Chp
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  • Life is Weird So Wouldn’t We Be? Just a Little?

    Life Weird Wouldn’t Just Little?

    Weirdness.  Most of us are, most of us pretend not to be. But what’s so wrong about being a natural born weirdo anyway?  Why do most of us pretend to be... Read more

    The 24 June 2014 by   Darcsunshine
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  • Stomp out Bullying

    Stomp Bullying

    Young children who are first bullied during their pre-teen years appear to be less negatively impacted in the long term than are children who are first bullied... Read more

    The 04 June 2014 by   Darcsunshine
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  • The Positives of Weight Gain

    Positives Weight Gain

    The comments keep comingI keep being told that I look wellI look healthyI have improved a lotI smile and say thank youI try to take them in the spirit in which... Read more

    The 27 June 2014 by   Rubytuesday
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  • Embrace the weird~Guest Post

    Embrace weird~Guest Post

    A few days ago I wrote a post about being “weird”. http://darcsunshine.wordpress.com/2014/06/24/life-is-weird-so-wouldnt-we-be-just-a-little/ I thought it... Read more

    The 29 June 2014 by   Darcsunshine
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  • Weight Progress

    Weight Progress

    I met a friend from treatment yesterdayI hadn't seen her in a few weeksSo I had prepared her for the fact that I had gained weightI was nervous to meet herAfrai... Read more

    The 21 June 2014 by   Rubytuesday
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  • Early Music Training Enhances Cognitive Capacities in Adults.

    Early Music Training Enhances Cognitive Capacities Adults.

    Further experiments on the profound effect that early musical training has on executive functioning in adults. The article has a useful introduction that... Read more

    The 23 June 2014 by   Deric Bownds
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  • A Review of “In Defense of the Bible: A Comprehensive Apologetic for the...

    Review Defense Bible: Comprehensive Apologetic Authority Scripture”

    Steven B. Cowan Terry L. Wilder, (eds.) In Defense of the Bible: A Comprehensive Apologetic for the Authority of Scripture. B H Academic, 2013. 490 pp.... Read more

    The 05 June 2014 by   Agholdier
  • Watching a Loved One Make the Descent into Alzhemer’s

    Watching Loved Make Descent into Alzhemer’s

    Day after day he searches to findObects mislaid due to his mind.A mind once so brilliant and so very keenProbing, asking, since being a teen.It seems to me in... Read more

    The 10 June 2014 by   Gran13
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