This blog is about the Paris Agreement and trying to combat global warming.
This blog is about four different poems about stars in the night and how the poems are alike and different at the same time.
This article is about ongoing research that is being done to find the cure for H.I.V.
This article is about the "#MeToo Movement," its origins, its expansion, and what the movement plans to draw attention to and improve.
This blog is about salt rooms and whether or not they actually have any health benefits.
This blog is about tattoos that are being invented to monitor peoples health and help manage disease.
This blog is about the negative health risks associated with using smart phones.
This blog is a letter of advice to a broken heart or someone who went through a failed relationship.
This a Christian article about controlling the tongue and using our speech to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.
This blog is a book review of the book, "You are Worth It Building a Life Worth Fighting For" by Medal of Honor recipient Kyle Carpenter.
This blog is about the analysis of four poems by four different poets and how the different poems along the same theme of perfume or scent contrast and compare to each other.
This article is about the health benefits of being in nature, forest bathing, and the ways surrounding yourself with plant life contributes to society and the health of communities.
This article is about the French special forces, otherwise known as the Group d'intervention de la Gendamerie nationale (G.I.G.N.).
This blog is about different causes of post traumatic stress disorder and some possible advancements in the treatment of the disease.
This blog is a satire about how velociraptors were the super models of the dinosaur world.
What is the Violence Against Women Act? Find out how it was created, what it does, and why it is important for it to be reauthorized in the United States.
This blog explores the differences between the mood disorders bipolar disorder and depression and the differences between the two disorders in Schizoaffective disorder.
This blog is about modern war films as well as the history of books and films about war that can be applied to our modern times.
This article takes a look at the uses of light therapy—phototherapy or heliotherapy—and the conditions it treats like insomnia, A.D.H.D., and dementia.
This blog is a satire about the lack ethics in popular culture.
This blog is about what foods aid in alleviating depression and an increase in a person's mood.
This blog is about different companies and initiatives that are trying to help Veterans find and obtain employment or hire them directly.
This blog is about a theater presentation called "HIVoices" and how it was formed.
This blog is about the act of "ghosting" or when someone just quits communicating and doesn't give the other person an explanation as to why.
This blog is about the breed of cat called the "Maine Coon", its origins, characteristics, and popularity.
This blog is a satire about the emotional disturbance in ants and why they have addictive behaviors that plague society.
This blog is about new research that is being done that suggests the spice cinnamon helps prevent and treat Alzheimers.
This blog is satire about the anarchy created by cats.
This article is about the surgeon general's advisory on naloxone issued in 2018 and how it affects the opioid epidemic in the United States.
This is satire about how hard it is to be witch in today's society.
This blog analyzes three different poems written about a spider weaving a web and how they are similar and different at the same time.
This blog is about poetry that talks about doing the right thing and enduring hardship.
This is a satire about the ferocious nature of the pug breed of dog.
This blog is about trying to apply Christianity to daily living and trying to express love towards other people in general.
This blog is about the negative effects of social media.
This article is about how to make your own laundry detergent, fabric softener, stain remover, and dryer balls to save money while doing the laundry.
This is a book review of the book written by Olympic gold medalist Gabrielle Douglas and the obstacles she had to overcome on her journey toward being an Olympian.
This blog is about what is referred to as post traumatic growth or a positive change or benefit coming out of a traumatic situation.
This is a satire about the feelings and emotional well being of spiders in our world.
This article is about the many health benefits of taking a hot bath.
This blog is about the ancient history behind the holiday which we now call, "Halloween".
This blog is about three poems about death and the analysis of each poem.
Learn about the complex post-traumatic stress that is often experienced by children of an alcoholic parent.
This article is about the School for Justice which was started in India to train victims of human trafficking into prosecuting attorneys to fight the nefarious crime of child prostitution.
This blog is about several poets who wrote poems about the stress of Winter and how they compare and contrast even though they were written in different time zones.
This article is about how the Trump administration's plan for fighting the heroin abuse epidemic in comparison to Portugal's very different approach.
This blog is about a Christian perspective of racism and prejudice in our modern day society.
This blog is about different poems written about the sunrise symbolizing love and healing.
This blog is about dealing with bullies and how to handle them if you feel like you are being bullied.
This blog is about the benefits of eating peanuts in fighting heart disease and other health benefits of the peanut.
This blog is about the people who were called the Picts that occupied Northern Scotland in the dark ages.
Why is it important to communicate about mental health? Why do many people tend to avoid the subject? Tips for how to have a conversation about mental health.
This article is about how the media portrays mental illness. Over time, portrayals of mental illness have become more realistic, but there is room for more improvement.
This blog is about the history, beliefs, and what science has proven about the Amethyst gem.
How to improve your self-talk, or internal dialogue, to improve your overall health.
This blog is about the invention of a bra that has the ability to detect breast cancer, information about the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, and how to be vigilant about preventing the disease.
The subject of this article is poetry about being knocked down by life and having to get back up again. It is writing about rising again after having a setback (or many) in life.
This article is about female poets from different times in history writing about the Moon and how the poems compare to each other over time.
This article is about the book, "Into The Fire," written by Medal of Honor recipient, Dakota Meyer, and the time he spent serving our country.
This article is about what is referred as the silent treatment—when a person intentionally refuses to talk to another person—and its effects on those individuals and relationships.
This article is about the stress that came along with the presidential election of 2016.
This blog is about the benefits of reading fiction and how it improves empathy, social understanding, and can even better the world.
This blog is about the Violence Against Women Act that was passed in 1994 that will either not be reauthorized or reauthorized by Donald Trump and our government in 2018.
This article is about the health benefits that come from owning an aquarium and pet fish.
This article is about all the health benefits of owning and caring for a dog.
This blog is about cars that are made in the U.S.A. that create jobs for people in America.
This blog is about Donald Trump's plans to reform the V.A. and whether or not they will work.
Learn about the healing power and health benefits of owning a cat.
This blog is about why the Native Americans wanted to farm industrial hemp and for a long time could not.
This blog is about the life of a refugee in our modern times and the effects and consequences of the deportation of immigrants.
This blog is about how the elephant has been used as a symbol for Christianity and how I tried to apply it to my life.
This blog is about movies that are about women and young women that actually lived and what went on in their lives.
This blog is about modern day stigma against H.I.V. and how the stigma helps spread the disease.
This article is about the "moral injury" that many veterans experience, which may lead to or be accompanied by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
This blog explores where is God in suffering and what role does He play in our suffering?
This article is about different environmentally friendly jewelry companies and why there is such a need for them in our present day.
This blog is about the flight or fight response, stress impacting our society, and how to try and let your mind relax and calm down.
This article is about the medicinal uses of art and art therapy to treat a wide range of illnesses and conditions.
This blog explores the art of poetry. That is, is it still a live form of art? Or, is it dying out? It is an old form of story telling. Is it being replaced by other types of story telling?
This blog is about the Serenity Prayer and trying to put it into practice.
This article is about how a veteran's gender affects the rates of P.T.S.D., suicide, and the battle-like experience of coming home from war.
This blog is about female soldiers that are serving on the front lines in war today as well as in the past.
This blog is about he illness of depression and the stigma against it.
This blog is about witches and scapegoats being persecuted throughout history and how their portrayal has changed in literature and movies as well as the world.
This blog is about countering fear, terrorism, and what the United States should do as far as Syrian refugees.
This article is about books and different resources for veterans.
This article is about how the fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm have changed over the years and have been modified to fit into the modern times. I also look into why there has been a revival of this folklore today.