What Would You Do If You Were Suddenly Jobless And Homeless?

Imagine fighting for your life to get a job in a faraway place only to get to the destination and the story changes for the worst. An oil boom turns a quiet area of North Dakota into a destination of job opportunities as citizens from all over the world rush to get there, but end up becoming homeless. The only succour is Pastor Jay Reinke. The Overnighters tell the sad tale of joblessness in America and the need to find an urgent remedy. When a man called home to report…

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If You Knew You Were Dying, Could You Still Look On The Bright Side Of Life?

Sudden events can turn our lives around and put us in a position where we don’t know what to do and how we’re going to get on from that point. A sudden event can force us to ask ourselves questions about what we did with our lives if we made a difference if we achieved our goals if we fulfilled our dreams. In these questions, we find ourselves stressed and tense, but we should look at the positive signs and events that take place during these hard times. Will Reiser…

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The Cause of an Addiction Could Date Back to When We Were Just Born

Alcohol abuse, illegal drug use, obsessive gambling, and smoking are just a handful of addiction problems that plague our culture. There are far too many addictions to list in one article, that is how bad addiction has become today. Is it because we are more aware of addictions or is it because of something else? Humans are born to attach. When the attachment doesn’t happen to another person, they turn to other things for that bond, which creates addiction. Are you practicing Attachment Parenting methods so that your child is…

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People Who Were Scouts And Guides Are Mentally Healthier For Their Entire Lives

A new study conducted by the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh shows that scouts and guides have an improved mental health later in their lives. Children who take part in such organizations are likely to develop resilience and abilities that help them in difficult times. These qualities include decision making, self-reliance and a desire for learning by themselves, which often encourage being active outdoors. People who were scouts and guides are less likely prone to mental illness Scientists also found that on average by the time scouts and guides reached middle age, they were 15…

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7 Ways We’re Slowly Becoming Our Phones

In early 2014, Chief Justice John Roberts, writing on behalf of the Supreme Court in the landmark case of Riley v. California, noted that cell phones had become “such a pervasive and insistent part of daily life that the proverbial visitor from Mars might conclude they were an important feature of human anatomy.” While this is a tickling and imaginative thought, it makes you wonder: do Justice Roberts’ comments actually hold any weight? Consider this: 91% of the US adult population currently owns a cell phone, of which 61% are…

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