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Everyone from psychologists to astrologers have tried figuring out what provides that all-wonderful, physiological reaction that takes place when man and woman meet for the very first time. What turns your skin moist and warm, your eyes dilated and sleepy eyed, and your blood pressure spiking to astronomical levels, surging with lust upon first glance. Many have crashed a car while staring out the window, or even fainted at first sight at their one-in-a-million guy or girl. But, no matter why or when it happens, all of us are always on the lookout for our next sweat-filled, throw-your-hair-back,... Read More

Sometimes I wonder why men lie so much. Or some i should say. Is it just the younger generation that thinks it is okay to lie? Whether it is from something big, to something small. I think that all lies have the same ending. It's just the "white lies" sometimes can go unnoticed. When someone tells you that you look great in an outfit even though it's a bit off.

Don't men ever care about how women feel after we find out about one of their secrets. I know it hurts me when my boyfriend lies about little stuff like small talk. I always wonder if he lies about other things that are important... Read More

There was a time in my Christian life when understanding what David meant by “hidden error” was crucial to me. How is it possible to violate God’s law if we don’t realize we are sinning? Are we still guilty of sin? Do we still need forgiveness?

The “hidden errors or sins” mentioned in Psalm 19:12 refer to unintended sins, sins we commit without realizing we are committing them. They can be actions that we ought to execute or put in practice but somehow we neglect to carry out or accomplish, such as a father’s negligence to correct a child who requires correction. It could also mean apathy... Read More

Is it just me, or has our society become increasingly, narcissistic? Up until the past few years, I really hadn't even heard this word used before. But, to start things off, some of its meanings are stated below from the online source, Wikipedia: Narcissism is a term with a wide range of meanings, depending on whether it is used to describe a central concept of psychoanalytic theory, a mental illness, a social or cultural problem, or simply a personality trait. Except in the sense of primary narcissism or healthy self-love, "narcissism" usually is used to describe some kind of problem... Read More

It’s been stated notoriously that a dog is a man’s best friend.

But what’s a woman’s best friend?

Is it her make-up, allowing her to feel beautiful, refreshed, sophisticated, and (sometimes) a little over-the-top?

Is it her clothes, filling her closet with colorful threads, knock-out shoes and sparkling dresses?

Or is it her beloved purse, holding her most prized possessions like her wallet, her pocket mirror and of course, a breath mint or two?

Of course not. In fact, a woman’s best friend is not a material item at all. Instead, a woman’s best friend is... Read More

Sociological studies explain that Russia has a inflated percentage of international marriages. One study conducted in Moscow, informs us that 65% of all marriages 2010, in Moscow were international. It is easy to understand, as Moscow is full of migrants who work there and look for a wife to obtain a genuine host. It’s mostly male Caucasian republics, which are monetarily secured. Doctors concerned about as much as interracial marriages are typically a mixture of genes of different types and this makes them weaker children.

Every Russian local women had to struggle only made them brawny... Read More

It is difficult to mark the passing from summer into fall, even in my land of threes, without noting the glorious return of our real national pastime: football. What has for the past six months been my passing, ancillary and utterly marginal interest in sports has now turned into a ravenous information, betting and televised game-play hungry beast that no one dares leave unsatiated. The American obsession with this weekly symphony of violence is well-documented and ever-growing, but not truly understood. I, for one, believe that as our society has become more and more gentrified (i.e. wussified)... Read More

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