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3 Words I Will Never Ask a Patient

Few things can truly be considered “meaningless.” There are just too many complications and qualifications for such an extreme definition. Perhaps the most significant problem with identifying something as “meaningless,” is acknowledging the reality of differing perspectives. 422 more words

Unit 3 - Perception and Self

In unit 3 of Principles of Communication, you will be able to:

  • Describe Self-identity and Motivation
  • Realise Importance of Knowing Oneself
  • Discuss Impact of Perception on Professional and Personal Lives…
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Principles Of Communication

Jihadist Strategies In The War On Terrorism

The following is a transcript of a talk given by Mary R. Habeck, Ph.D., an associate professor of history at Yale University, reprinted here with permission from the Heritage Foundation. 3,131 more words

The Truth Within

Squeals of delight and laughter erupt from the living room. I hear the pounding of little feet running, then more little squeals followed by a thud as my children are thrown on the couch. 570 more words


Opening Doors

Recently one of my male friends and I were talking and I mentioned how I like when guys open doors for me. He was shocked. … 266 more words

Women's Issues

...Those Liberal Historians

Generalizations are a normal function of human thought. We preach the importance of not judging people without first getting to know them, but it’s an undeniable fact that we make generalizations¬†about others before meeting them because we believe they¬†give us a sense of order and help us explain the actions of a group of people or things. 1,136 more words