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Today’s selection is all about sin.

One of the most popular and viscerally repulsive sins is child sexual molestation. It’s popular because it’s waved like a bloody flag to manipulate and herd the masses as some ultimate taboo. 126 more words


Is Your Memory Shaky? Might Not Be Your Age, But All That Sugar Ruining Your Liver

A quarter of the U.S. population suffers from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease caused by dietary sugar.

By Ari LeVaux / AlterNet

We know foods like donuts and soda can make you fat, but the effects of sugar on the liver and brain are less well-known. 499 more words


Attachment, love and NEED

The REAL! conversation was unplanned, and un rehearsed, so odd for me. It just happened. Started because of his fish tank…

Hubby loves his fish tank, NEEDS his fish tank. 1,157 more words


A Thought For Saturday

We all have days of self doubt and negative body thoughts.. but when we have this moments, it’s so important to fight back. Remember that YOU are the only you out there, and you are meant to be here, EXACTLY as you are. 39 more words

Irish Blogger

5th time lucky - I finally get an Assistant Psychologist post!

Since I started my undergraduate degree in September 2009, I have been desperate to get a job working as an Assistant Psychologist. My career ambitions have been pretty steady over the last 5 or 6 years, knowing that I want to work in mental health, and become a Clinical Psychologist. 763 more words


French, Tana. In the Woods.

NY: Viking, 2007.

I enjoy reading mysteries — especially police procedurals — set in places outside the U.S. I’ve read books in which the action takes place in Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Japan, Thailand, Italy, and Australia, but this is my first experience with Ireland. 271 more words

Character Study