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Young, Broke, and Educated

A Non-fiction Book about Social Issues Connected to Education

For the last 150 years or so, parents of each generation have had the simple goal of providing a better quality of life for their children than they experienced. The millennials are the first generation in this modern era in which the majority of Americans expect they will have a lower quality of life than […]

By Alexander Baima Posted in Non-fiction on October 9, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
Sandwich Spanish IS Painless Spanish: No Grammar-No Rules

With a strong foundation in Spanish , you will then be able to move on and improve your level of Spanish

My Story Unexpected Journey to Becoming Bilingual I think it was destiny for me to become bilingual in Spanish and English. I grew up hearing Arabic, the language of my parents, close relatives, and the numerous families that came from our village and settled in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Hearing the language daily and singing Arabic and Aramaic […]

By Carol Ann George PhD Posted in Non-fiction on June 26, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
The New CBT

Clinical Evolutionary Psychology

Psychotherapy, and the science supporting it, is primarily a province in the realm of psychology, a professional discipline with many components. An unfortunate consequence of psychology’s many subfields is the common tendency for many to give only cursory attention to advancements in their sister disciplines. One such advancement has been the integration of psychological, evolutionary […]

By Dr. Mike Abrams Posted in Non-fiction on June 16, 2020 5 min read Continue reading

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