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August 10, 2005 Free Articles

Single Parenting: How The Challenge Of Single Parenting Affects Your Decision To Divorce

Single parenting has seemingly become an acceptable norm which is unfortunate.

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Dating After Divorce: Things To Think About Regarding Dating After Divorce

Dating after divorce is a much debated topic due to the psychological and emotional impact it can have on people. Dating after divorce can be complex, too often divorcees don't consider the ramifications of dating after divorce before they jump into it with both feet!

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Should You Try To Stop Your Divorce If You're Just Thinking About Getting A Divorce

Thinking about getting a divorce doesn't necessarily mean that you should try to stop your divorce.

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Local Business Advertising & Google Adwords

Local Business Advertising & Google Adwords - How local businesses can effectively use Google Adwords to maximise their advertising spend.

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Network Marketing Success- The REAL Fear that Sabotages MLM Success

What is the single biggest fear that sabotages most people's success in network marketing? Are you suffering from it and do not realize it? It is NOT what you think, as it will surprise you! Read on!

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Emerging Water Wars

The UNDP believes that half the population in Africa will be subject to wrenching water shortages in 25 years. The environmental research institute, Worldwatch, quoted by the BBC, recommends food imports as a way to economize on water.

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Migration and Brain Drain

Human trafficking and people smuggling are multi-billion dollar industries. At least 50% of the 150 million immigrants the world over are illegal aliens.

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Entrepreneurship and Workaholism

The Dutch proudly point to their current rate of unemployment at less than 2%. Labour force participation is at a historically high 74% (although in potential man-hour terms it stands at 62%). France is as hubristic with its labour policies - the 35 hours week and the earlier reduction in employers' participation in social contributions.

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Cannibalism and Human Sacrifice

Cannibalism (more precisely, anthropophagy) is an age-old tradition that, judging by a constant stream of flabbergasted news reports, is far from extinct.

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Why the Beatles Made More Money than Einstein

In the horror movie that our world had become, economic development policy is decided by Bob Geldof, the US Presidency is entrusted to the B-movies actor Ronald Reagan , our reading tastes are dictated by Oprah, and California's future is steered by Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Pathological Narcissism, Psychosis, and Delusions

One of the most important symptoms of pathological narcissism (the Narcissistic Personality Disorder) is grandiosity. Grandiose fantasies (megalomaniac delusions of grandeur) permeate every aspect of the narcissist's personality.

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Narcissists, Group Behavior, and Terrorism - Part II

Osama bin-Laden is often labeled a narcissist (as was Hitler and are Saddam Hussein and Milosevic).

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Narcissists, Group Behavior, and Terrorism - Part III

It is no wonder that bin-Laden and the United States are engaged in mortal combat. Adversarial narcissists often are. That the United States in a narcissistic society was suggested long ago (1979) by Christopher Lasch.

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Narcissists, Group Behavior, and Terrorism - Part I

Having lived in 12 countries in 3 continents now, I firmly believe in "mass psychopathology", or in ethnopsychology.

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