Will I Ever Find Love? – How I found my soul mate after 40.

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Will I ever find love? I wrote about this after reading a question on Quora from someone who asked, “Why can’t I find love?”  It can often feel pretty hopeless as we wonder, “Will I ever find love?” After all, we are unique individuals. When we start dating, we meet …

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The Pregnancy Pact: Was it ever a true story?

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The pregnancy pact was allegedly a pact made between several girls at a high school in Massachussetts that they would all get pregnant and raise their babies communally.  The peculiar story was written up in Time magazine and formed the basis for the film featured in the link below.  However, …

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Friendship: How to Meet New People?

Friendship. Even the least social among us occasionally needs friendship. Aristotle said: “What is a friend? A single soul dwelling in two bodies.”  That is a tall order for a friendship.  But, so often, through no fault of our own, we find that we are alone in life.  Maybe because of …

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How to Make Friends: Meeting People

This is part two of the article series on how to make friends.  Part 1 is here: Friendship: How to Meet New People?  This is the “meat and potatoes” of the series because many people really don’t know where to start when it comes to making new friends or meeting new …

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Father’s Day Release Letter

Some people have regrets and sadness surrounding their fathers and Father’s Day. Maybe your father passed away or you are not speaking to him or he is not speaking to you. Or maybe something awful happened that you find hard (or currently impossible) to forgive. This article is not about …

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9 Crucial Guidelines for Teenaged Girls and their Parents

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According to a recent article by Slate, the U.S. teen birth rate dropped again, hitting a new all time low of 22 births per thousand women between ages 15 to 19 years of age. by Rachelle Megan This is still way too high.  This works out to 2% of US …

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