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So as I get busier with school I want to make sure the blog doesn’t suffer and that I am able to put out content you guys would be interested in reading. That’s why I decided to post this poll so that you guys can vote on what topics you want me to write about…

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4 Quick Tips to Improve Time Management for Students (Guest Post)

By Pedro Estimated Reading time: 8 minutes The school year begins in August for most students. Each student anticipating doing better this year, because last years’ grades… well they told a different story. With roughly 2 million blogs being posted a day, we search for a remedy to help us take control of our academic…

Six Word Story

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Emotional Ups And Downs: 7 Tips On What To Do To Manage Them (Guest Post)

From Give it a Spin “Knowing how to manage emotional ups and downs is one of the key skills we must work on, regardless of whether we regularly visit the psychologist’s office or not.” On the other hand, to assume that we can not modulate our emotions is to limit ourselves in an unnecessary way,…

Our Mental Illnesses Are NOT Your Cute Personality Quirks…

This. People need to understand this! Cute Personality Quirks…EmotionemotionsHealthlifeloveMentalmental disordermental disordersMental Healthmental illnessMental IllnessesOur Mental Illnesses Are NOT Your Cute Personality Quirks…painPsychPsychological DisorderspsychologyYour Cute Personality Quirks…

Top 5 Movies That Deal With Dementia (Guest Post)

Movies that deal with real suffering of ordinary individuals are usually those that stick in our minds for years to come. Many older actors who have portrayed people affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia have gone on to win Academy Awards or nominations, and will forever be remembered in the history of cinema. The following is…