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Volume 92: Bring Back Extreme Parenting

February 7, 2018

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If you are a child of the 70s and 80s, you've probably experienced extreme parenting. Extreme parenting is the recognition that reason and judgement are secondary tools employed when raising children. Order, peace, and quiet are the first.

Volume 91: #My3Cents on Mo’Nique

January 29, 2018

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Mo'Nique has forced us all to examine the #TimesUp movement with her battle with Netflix. However is her situation more about sexism or simple self-sabotage? Is it #TimesUp or does she need a #TimeOut?

Volume 90: The Price of Honesty

December 4, 2017

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I found this blog post type written and tucked in an old drawer. It just may be my first blog ever. It definitely shows how I use everyday events and turn them into life lessons.

Volume 89: Overcoming Negative Self-Talk

July 19, 2017

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Sometimes the highly competent can suffer from the lowest self-esteem. They don't view or see their ability as making them different from everyone else. Negative self-talk can stall and/or derail even the most talented individuals. It is for this reason I chose to write this post. It's time to Overcome Negative Self-Talk.

Volume 88: The Fallacy of Proximity:The Failure of Urban Adolescents to Recognize Their Distance From Prosperity.

July 11, 2017

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Scholarly post on how the Dunning-Kruger effect and Reaction Formation have altered the landscape of urban youth and their attitudes towards education and the definition of success.

Volume 87: Online Dating Needs to GO AWAY!

February 22, 2017

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All of the online dating sites boast their legitimate appeal and tout their success stories. But, what's the other side of the story? Are these sites filled with genuine people sharing who they are with the world, or are they catfish farms filled with internet trolls, semi-stalkers, and Craig's List killers?

Volume 85: #BlackLivesMatter – My History in Black and White

July 12, 2016

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The hardest thing I've had to deal with being an African American is not prejudice, or stereotypes, or police profiling. The hardest thing to deal with is the invisibility...