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By Damian Vincent Henry
Some people love history, because the thought of imagining themselves as knights, vikings and soldiers...actually excites them; and some men and women who lived in that era, needed something much more than being remembered. They looked forward to the future.
This poetic material is based on a true story of an african young man who goes astray and later regrets his own makings and doings.
Book/Novel cover design contest
There are many eating disorders...this is one that is growing rapidly each day...and we may not even know it.
By Jack Harry
This is all about Fashion. Fashion that relates our culture.
"Weâ€™re teaching our children that in life, money will buy happiness. You canâ€™t do the jobs you love because they wonâ€™t buy the things you need. In the end weâ€™re all stuck in the same environment, doing the same thing, watching the same clock, waiting for the minutes,...
By Jon Ziegler
My personal health revolution.
Short Story | Updated Jan 6, 2014 | Reads: 62 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Article about nutrition, lifestyle, the drugs (and the drug scandals) used to treat Multiple Sclerosis. Currently unpublished (other than online), and I can re-write or edit if you are interested in using it.
This is a project I have Been working on my own time, it is a book written from a perspective on a model which loses one of the most important things in his life. He comes to see what that one thing did to his life. He is a very down to earth person who is lost in depression and pain like any...
Helpful tips to lose weight.
The Modern World
I was so excited to see that two people sent in e-mails requesting advice! It's not a large turnout, but it's definitely a start. Here are the Anonymous Advice for Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Enjoy!
This is a story about a girl who's being bullied because of her lifestyle.
By Skye Bagshaw
Raising awareness for the most common type of OCD, the ignorance of society and how it affects the sufferer.
By Bert Broomberg
A haiku describing a drinking problem in a slightly flippant way, turning it into light verse.