An exploration of the human psychological thought processes and developmental growth. Includes topics which affect the social aspects and norms in society.
During a survey conducted July 9-12, 2012 by Lydia Saad of Gallup, various age groups were asked about how often they consumed alcoholic beverages, what type of drink (beer, wine, or liquor) was consumed, and if gender was related to the amount of alcohol consumed during a seven-day period. Using the method of landlines as … Continue reading Majority in U.S. Drink Alcohol, Averaging Four Drinks a Week
Falling in love is characterized by some to be the greatest feeling in the world; others say that it comes but once in a lifetime. Many individuals fall in and out of love throughout physical and mental development only to never experience what is referred to as “true love.” Being no exception to this rule, … Continue reading Finding Love Again
Infertility, sterile, barren, no couple likes to hear these words when faced with the onset of trying to conceive a newborn child. Despite advancements in modern fertility drugs and the medical world as a whole, these words, as heartbreaking to hear as they are to say to a hopeful couple, still plague prospective mothers throughout … Continue reading Surrogate Motherhood
Meticulously learning about the world around him or her, a young child sits in the corner diligently playing on a tablet PC. Technology is still teaching children skills and critical thinking abilities without ever actually stepping into the world to experience the stimuli first hand. While this may seem science fiction to some, it has … Continue reading Learning to Think Younger
Everyone likes to consider that he or she is patient or at least think that he or she is. However, when it comes to standing in a line, especially a slow-moving line, this tends to be a very trial on how much patience a person does have. Over the years and through the reading of … Continue reading Queuing Makes Us Mad, So Hurry Up and Wait