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Me trying to expose the sources of pain in life, honestly. Read More
Greatness can't be achieved with a credit card. It requires time and effort before we can accomplish anything worthwhile. Read More
In this essay I describe my observation with many persons using social media platforms, and analyze the psycho-epistemology of such individuals. Read More
The incredible story of Christine Sizemore, the subject of "The Three Faces of Eve" IF YOU HAVE THE TIME, I WOULD APPRECIATE A COMMENT Read More
Here is my take on being abnormal and how one can accept their own self. Read More
A quick assessment of women and why they date who they do. Oh hell, they hardly have a choice. Read More
Ryan Goldberg never realized the severe implication of the side effects of his medication until it spirals out of control. Read More

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Robert Young, a writer, fears Americans are conforming, and won't speak up against President Fay, a media savvy, evil man, who wants everyone to believe in him. When other people rebel, he struggles to survive in the New World Order. This book is for Aldous Huxley, and George Orwell. Read More

Book / Other

April 11, 2020

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Born in an orphanage, Caroline had to deal with the worst of relations amongst other kids. Taken to a super clinic later at older age because of her psychosis, a set of psychologists consider what’s best: to send her to college as a course of her therapy, where Caroline figures… Read More
A single woman's monologue? A confession? Or a psychological case study? Read More

Poem / Humor

March 07, 2020

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Comments: 3

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Can this doctor help these guys with issues? Read More

Book / Romance

June 01, 2020

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What would you do, if the love of your life, your soulmate, turns out to be the man that violently assaulted you and ended your life years ago. This is fanservice. Which, to me, is just a fun story that will make you laugh and aww. Don't expect literature, that's… Read More
When I was in a creative writing class, the topic was romance. The teacher let us discuss all the aspects of “love.” That’s when I drifted away into my own world. Read More

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From Crime and Punishment, the psychology of the character Raskolnikov arises. Read More

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A story written about the psychological concept of 'bucket-filling/bucket-emptying'. Cover image: pixabay.com. Read More
Self-improvement has gone out of style but is still as relevant in today's world of constant troubles. We can all learn the realities of life and how we can improve our spiritual nature Read More
Self-improvement has gone out of style in a world of tribulation. People agree with the message taught by Tony Robbins and others, it's difficult to implement the rules of success, just as, in many cases, the Bible's message has lost relevance. Read More
Beliefs are ingrained early in life. But do those beliefs impede personal development or enhance life? Much of what we have come to accept as truth is often false and based on lies and half-truths. It's a question of knowing which beliefs are holding us back. Read More
This gay Army veteran weighs in on peoples use of the term "internalized homophobia" and its cleverly disguised agenda. Read More
People with trust to give are like cigarettes other people smoke... Read More

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An elderly couple on a trip. Read More
Story about being unable to truly grasp a situation and immature behaviour. Read More
Imagine this! It is midnight and you lie down on your bed. It is dead silent, but the voices in your head start to play. They tell you things, they whisper confusing comments and you find yourself rolling repeatedly on your bed trying to figure out what is going on. Read More
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