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Surveys Show Stress, Sadness, Worry on the Rise
The General Social Survey asks people to rate their happiness levels. Between 1990 and 2018 the share of Americans who put themselves in the lowest happiness ...
Film Stars Who Don’t Know Who They Are
A 2019 interview focusing on the acclaimed British actress Emma Thompson’s 60th birthday was titled “Emma Thompson Gets a Shock at 60.” ...
The Story Behind ‘Take My Hand, Precious Lord’
Thomas A. Dorsey’s song “Take My Hand, Precious Lord” is one of the most beloved gospel songs of all time. The song’s power comes ...
Religious Family Found Dead in Apparent Suicide Pact
When people experience the unexpected death of a friend, neighbor, or family member, it’s natural to search for answers. And sometimes the answers ...
Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, and the Reality of Imperfection
By most measures, Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift are remarkable women. Intelligent and capable …. Both are the kind of mega pop stars who inspire ...
The Rising Tide of Global Sadness and Anger
Taylor Swift was quite the romantic when she burst on the scene in 2006. She sang about the ecstasies of young love and the heartbreak of it. But her ...
A Homemade Bumper Sticker Saved a Life
Like many who have felt the mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, 22-year-old university student Brooke Lacey had her own share of issues. After ...
Assisted Dying is Rapidly Becoming Legal
In 1997, only Switzerland allowed their residents to decide if they wanted to end their life, but “compassion for end-of-life sensibilities” ...
Defeating the Darkness of Depression
In an issue of CT magazine author Lily Burana writes how her depression brought her to the brink of suicide until God rescued her.
Lily had always been ...
The World’s a Mess; Spend Money NOW!
Many adults under 35 have stopped playing it safe with money. Instead of banking as much of their pay as they used to, they’re saving less, spending ...