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Apple's Employee Number 0
Robert X Cringely, in his book Accidental Empires, tells about the early days of Apple. In the late 1970’s, Apple had grown beyond the point that ...
The Cruelty of Unrealistic Teen Beauty Standards
The consequences of the media’s unrealistic beauty standards on teenage girls are alarming. Dr. Jake Linardon, founder of Break Binge Eating and ...
My Stutter is a Symphony Composed by God
In the film My Beautiful Stutter, viewers are introduced to Kate Detrick. Kate is a young lady who has learned to live, honestly if not defiantly, with ...
Principal Cuts Student's Hair to Remedy His Insecurity
Many middle-school boys have memories of barbershop haircuts. But for one boy, his most memorable cut happened elsewhere. Anthony Moore is a student at ...
The Rich and Famous Are Searching for Acceptance
Some of the most insightful secular writers of our time have pointed out that a lot of our drive in life, and a lot of our angst and dysfunction, goes ...
Taylor Swift’s Life Centered Around Being ‘Good Enough’
Some people know that the musicians, Taylor Swift and Kanye West, had a very public falling out in 2016. What people didn't know until recently was ...
How Dogs and Humans Learn Helplessness
In his best-selling book Essentialism, author Greg McKeown describes how we develop a sense of what’s called “learned helplessness.”
College Student Longs to Be ‘Special’
In his article, "The Deeper Roots of Youth Anxiety," College Professor Joseph E. Davis tells the story about one of a growing number of students ...
Advertising Invites People to Cult-Like Devotion
Ad executive Douglas Atkin notes that a transformation has taken place in what's expected of the typical ad executive at a major corporation. Rather ...
8 In 10 Millennials Believe They Aren’t ‘Good Enough’
Fair or not, young adults have become a scapegoat of sorts for a myriad of societal problems and changes. What seems to be lost in this conversation is ...