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The Binaural Beats Way To Unlimited Happiness

10th April 2009
We all have desires. We all want things. We all need social interaction and companionship and we all seek these things. But have you ever wondered why you have these desires? Do you truly believe that the desire itself is what you are wanting or can yo... Read >
Author: Michael McGrath

Are Genius Made Or Born?

07th April 2009
The main problem with the idea that we are a product of our genes and nothing else is that we are not born and kept in isolation in a bubble for the rest of our lives. As human beings we arrive with a survival kit, but we grow and develop in a process of ... Read >
Author: Elaine Mak

Can We Live Without Cell Phones?

01st May 2008
Most people will agree that we as a society, at least in the United States, have become dependent on cell phones. But exactly how dependent have we become? If all cell phones were to disappear tomorrow, would people be able to deal with it, or would every... Read >
Author: Nicole Lero

Living In a Niche Society

09th November 2007
In todays online world the key trend isn't really a trend at all it is a niche. More and more marketers and online web developers are realizing that targeting a broad range of people isn't as beneficial as targeting a smaller more intimate group. Niches a... Read >
Author: Michael_Keen

Middle Child Syndrome - Fact Or Fiction

27th July 2007
We often hear parents of multiple children agreeing with each other that their middle child displays typical behaviors associated with what is commonly referred to as "middle child" syndrome. In this article, we look at the birth order of siblings and wha... Read >
Author: James Kronefield

Special needs children learn language development and social skills in play

03rd April 2007
Learn to play with your special needs child to help language development and stimulate valuable social skills in autistic children From experience, I know that developmental and educational toys alone are not enough to help a child with special needs. ... Read >
Author: Lesley Burton
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