Joined 10 years ago from Twin Falls, Idaho
My name is Amanda Dunstan. I am a mom to an amazing son named Ian and I have an incredible fiance named Ryan.
I work full time in corrections as a Juvenile Detention Officer. Working with juveniles is very rewarding and something I absolutely love; however, I do have crazy working hours.
Currently, I am working on my Bachelor's degree in Psychology with a concentration on Substance Abuse. My ultimate goal is to become a Childhood Behavioral Psychologist.
Thank you so much for reading my articles/posts. Most of my articles will have a religious reference mainly because I use most of them for school purposes. (I am attending a Christian University.) This should be an exciting experience that I am grateful to share with you because I love to write! :)
10 years ago
The Correspondence Theory Is Stronger Understanding the meaning of truth is a controversial topic that is believed to be self-defeating. However, there are three theories of truth that assist philosophers in defining the definition of truth. Both...
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