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When You Hear Things That Disturb You

by Curious Being in Issues, February 24, 2015

Sometimes you hear someone say something and you wish you had not heard it at all. It might reveal embarrassing details about their lives or disturbing insights into their personal lives.

Police Drones Coming to Your Neighborhood

by James W. Adams in Crime, August 8, 2014

This article discusses the high likely-hood of drones policing neighborhoods in the U.S. in the near future.

Whatever Happened

by DENITXS in Relationships, May 25, 2014

Today’s thoughts on relationships.

A Lack of Humanity and Decency

by nichea in Society, May 3, 2014

In India, on an average, women are treated with respect, especially if they dress decently and keep to themselves. If a woman is single, everyone realises that she should be extra cautious about her safety, as there is no one to come to her help, if she faces a problem. They understand her need to keep all her personal and financial information confidential.

Actress Brittany Murphy Murdered?

by StayceeLuhrain91 in Law, November 27, 2013


How to Avoid Getting Your Identity Stolen on Facebook

by hayakhan in Crime, September 22, 2013

Check the password using a combination of numbers and letters and activate privacy controls.

Six Tips for Help to Make The Teen-parent Romantic Relationship Operate

by Domingue Edward in People, September 12, 2013

As your child approaches teen age –around 12-13 years old- you’ll experience some changes in him. He will probably be out of the house more often and wants to keep his privacy from you. Other times, he may not be listening to you nor doing what you ask him.

Why Go to College If a High School Drop-out Can Do The Job?

by chforbes in Issues, June 21, 2013

Although it is not as much a headline as he was, Edward Snowden is still in the public focus. Maybe it was not too bad that he went crazy. He gave us the chance to revisit our thinking…

Find a Quiet Space

by Tiki33 in Issues, April 27, 2013

Everyone needs time to their selves to reflect. Having peace in your life is very important.

The Swiss Disconnection

by Rezaul Karim2 in Crime, January 20, 2013

Respecting privacy and confidentiality are two important pledges that banks are offering to their clients, but can they stick to it?

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