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*~Skittles Martinski~* October 5th 2014 11:23 PM
Choosing the right college major By Karen (Dioramatic♤) Graduating from high school is one of the biggest achievements worth celebrating. It denotes readiness for the next level of your education. Preparing for a college entrance exam and choosing where to study are not as easy as they sound. That applies to choosing what you are going to learn in college too. "Which School is Right for You?" gives you insight on deciding the right school for you, so you can check the article out. Moving...
*~Skittles Martinski~* October 5th 2014 11:21 PM
Getting started with volunteering By Harrison (BravestLittleHobbit) and Sammi (Masquerade.) Do you ever find yourself getting bored over the holidays? Being away from school for so long can result in running out of things to do. Sometimes, the holidays seem to drag on, and you find yourself constantly trying to find ways to fill your time. Volunteering for something in your local community can be a great way to kill time, expand your résumé/CV and give back to your community. Besides...
*~Skittles Martinski~* September 4th 2014 01:30 PM
Eating in public By Cassie (Idyllic.) For people who suffer from eating disorders or anxiety, eating in public isn’t exactly a walk in the park. A fear of eating in public or in front of others is a specific phobia that is a lot more common in people than it is perceived to be. A specific phobia is defined as "a lasting and unreasonable fear caused by the presence or thought of a specific object or situation that usually poses little or no actual danger" source]. Signs of specific phobias...
*~Skittles Martinski~* September 4th 2014 01:26 PM
Applying for university in the UK By Cara (Deadpool) All applications to universities in the UK, regardless of whether they're home (domestic) or international students, are processed through an online system known as the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). This system allows an applicant to enter all of their data (such as personal details and exam results) and will also keep track of the current exams an applicant is taking, updating automatically when results are...
*~Skittles Martinski~* June 3rd 2014 06:04 AM
Healthy dieting vs disordered eating: know the signs By Chess (Mercicle.) There can be a fine line between dieting in a healthy way and developing a pattern of disordered eating, or even an eating disorder. Many of the indicators marking this line are less about the actual weight being lost and more about the person's mindset. It can be difficult to tell the difference, and dangerous if the wrong approach is taken, so this article will cover some of the main ways to distinguish between...
*~Skittles Martinski~* June 3rd 2014 06:01 AM
The Troubles in Northern Ireland By Gareth (Catharsis.) Northern Ireland has endured a history of political and social instability. As a disputed constituent country of the United Kingdom, ordinary residents of Ulster have long lived in everyday fear. The worst stretch of violence that ever occurred in Ulster is known as "The Troubles". Two factions decided that enough was enough, and took to violent measures to profess their loyalty to either the Crown, or the Irish freedom fight. Widely...
*~Skittles Martinski~* May 23rd 2014 11:27 PM
Quick Review - Witchfinder: Dawn of the Demontide By Nat (Natsumi) Since the second in what is set to be a thrilling trilogy was released recently I thought everyone should get their teeth into the first of these amazing books; Witchfinder: Dawn of the Demontide. Jake Harker is a relatively normal teenage boy who knows everything there is to know about horror. You name it, he's memorised it; vampires, witches, werewolves, zombies, ghouls, everything. But what happens when his obsession...
*~Skittles Martinski~* May 23rd 2014 11:25 PM
Quick Review - 10 O'clock Live By Rob In late January 2011 the UK's Channel 4 launched a weekly news show based on the format of its widely popular "Alternative Election Night Live" (circa May 2010). The basic premise is to combine comedy with genuine current events, enabling it to be both entertaining and educational. Aimed predominantly at younger viewers, 10 O'Clock Live successfully makes news far more accessible to its target audience. Despite its value in this regard, it is concerning...
*~Skittles Martinski~* May 1st 2014 11:54 AM
What is autism spectrum disorder? By Cassie (Idyllic.) Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a mental condition that usually presents itself within the first two or three years of one’s life. ASD reduces brain development and functioning. For someone with this condition, communication and other social interaction can be extremely challenging. ASD is normally diagnosed at two or three years old; however, new research is allowing children to be diagnosed at as young as six months old. Although...
*~Skittles Martinski~* May 1st 2014 11:47 AM
Understanding the effects of sexual abuse on your partner By Kyra (Radioactive.) Trying to walk in the shoes of a victim of abuse or assault is understandably difficult. Sometimes it may feel like attempts to comfort, help, or sympathize with a victim of trauma can go unnoticed or unappreciated. The victim may be going through significant stress in multiple areas of their lives, and the trauma and stress cannot be fixed or forgotten overnight, even if it happened years before. This article...




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