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Friends are worth the patience

Kelsey Story | Contributing Writer When people go through difficult times, it is most likely their friends are there for them and support them. However, there are times when friendships can be pushed to the edge when dealing with a larger issue. This can be true with friends suffering with ...

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You have to prioritize yourself

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance states that “Major depressive disorder affects approximately 14.8 million American adults, or about 6.7 percent of the U.S. population age 18 or older, in each year.” Mental health is not a surprising concept in 2018, and many people find themselves suffering with these things ...

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Life is better with religion

By Drew Martin   While one can be good without God, is it possible that humanity is better with God? For the most part there’s no point arguing whether someone can be good without God. There are many examples of good people who have no belief in God. Mark Zuckerberg, ...

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What to do when your favorite show ends

If you’ve ever hung onto a show for the long haul, you’ve experienced post-finale depression. Whether it’s the show or just the season that ended, sadness inevitably follows. I’ve been there; when season one of “Orange is the New Black” came out, I watched it within about three days. Also, ...

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