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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    Let’s face it; we live in a controversial society. It is quite surprising how something simple such as a minor accident could blow out of proportion. A person with a good plan s...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...s mixed. The majority of American adults believe that science benefits society and expect to benefit from it...should be more careful about how we use science and technology to help society and to protect our own lives....
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  • ...t that every parent desires for” is kind of an awkward phase. Definitely read your work aloud to find stuff like this. You don’t mention Indian society until the very end. It might...

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  • ...ile exploiting and torturing the elderly, Pike presents us with a villain in plain sight; one who doesn’t have to dodge the raindrops because our society’s already given her a giant u...
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    ...a wife, mother, grandmother, sister and best friend. She loves painting, gardening, photography, attending meetings with The Chapman Wordweavers Society, mentoring and volunteering h...
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    ...k for other journals.” Sylvia became a member of the Essex Winemaking Society and enjoyed exhibiting and wi...st-ending. Sylvia is currently a vice-president and archivist for the Society of Women Writers and Journali...

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  • ...aising three boys thirty years ago and your list with the reasoning behind each consists of good basic knowledge that is often lacking in today's society. It is a needed article in to...
  • ...de the decision to do a memoir in order to "come out" in the way I couldn't while I was married to my husband. I guess my question is, what does society more good - memoir or fiction...
  • ...nd how to avoid domestic abuse. I encourage empathy, sympathy and lessons, in the hope that this problem, which is now coming to the forefront of society's consciousness. How's that?...