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At most colleges, liberal arts are a joke. Real liberal arts colleges use the Socratic Method.
Can we please talk about how utterly awful starting a new job can be?
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I am not a fan of the horror movies. But after watching "A Quiet Place", I am beginning to see that they have a purpose.
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C.S. Lewis' demon Screwtape is a wily one... and those in families can be especially prone to falling into his trap.
Whatever your marital affairs may be, having anything to do with adultery–cheating–is not in your best interest.
As a young adult who has dealt with anxiety my whole life, I think I have a few explanations.
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