Articles in the category Deeper Thinking

Quotes on Social Media Addiction That Will Make You Think

Social media addiction is real, whether you want to admit it or not. As early as 2012, psychologists acknowledged the existence of addiction to texts, Twitter, and Google. That doesn’t even take into account Facebook, which has hooked one person too many. In a previous post, How to Break Free From Social Media Addiction, I […]

Ethical Dilemma: Would You Turn a Thief In Without a Thought?

Thou shall not steal. – The 8th Commandment of God in the Old Testament  Whether you follow Judaism, Christianity, Islam, any other religion, or no religion at all, the chances are that you abide by this commandment. You believe it to be the right thing. This is what is taught in society. Then again, you’ve likely […]

Did You Know Culture Shock Can Be Good for You?

When one is about to go to another country – whether for business, pleasure, or study – culture shock is often one of the first things brought up. More so, it is one of the main concerns, especially for people who are planning on living in another country for a while. Travelers get all sorts […]

Ethical Dilemma: Should America Close Its Doors to Syrian Refugees?

Would you welcome Syrian refugees to your town after the Paris attacks? The Paris attacks on November 13, 2015 shocked the world almost to its very core. An act of terrorism that killed and destroyed the lives of many people – more than 100 dead and more than 300 injured – the attacks were unexpected […]

Inspiring Stories to Read This Week

We could all use an uplifting story anytime. Whether we’re in the dumps or we’re doing fine, an inspiring story will add some positivity into our day. That’s what today’s post brings you: inspiring stories to read. You don’t have to read them all now, but I am sure that even weeks or months down […]

How to Break Free From Social Media Addiction

What’s the first thing that you do in the morning? The last thing you do before going to bed? What about everything in between? The sad fact is that far too many people are getting – or are already – addicted to social media. While this addiction may be related to one’s personality, other factors […]

How To Make A Marriage Last

Most marriages in the United States and Europe are egalitarian relationships. Husband and wife share equal roles in child rearing, household chores and earning money. And while that is a good thing, could the equality also have contributed to the high divorce rates in these nations? Look to India and China, countries in the southern […]

3 Things (Even) Intelligent People Forget

There are all sorts of people in the world, and some are more gifted intellectually than others. From grade school to high school to university to the workplace, these people are used to performing better than most of their peers. This doesn’t mean, however, that they know everything. As a matter of fact, high intellect […]

5 Most Common Relationship Problems and How to Solve Them

Relationship problems come in all shapes and sizes, and truth be told, there isn’t any single “cure” to these. The best a couple can do is to work things out from both ends. While there may be a plethora of issues couples face, here are some of the most common relationship problems and possible solutions, […]

Five Traits to Develop to Make People Respect You

Respect is something that we all want to receive from other people, at work and in our relationships at home and in the community. But is there a device that measures if we are indeed getting the respect we long for? In the East, respect is fundamental for older people and persons holding lofty positions […]