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Another Facebook storm brews as leaked document shows they target teens

Targeting teens for ads based on their emotional vulnerabilities. That's what, according to Wired.com, was discovered about Facebook recently in an exposé in The Australian where the publication acquired a leaked in-house Facebook document. In the 23-page document Facebook offered an advertiser the opportunity of a lifetime with the possibility of access to over 6… Continue reading Another Facebook storm brews as leaked document shows they target teens

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US military personnel need prayers as suicide, mental illness rates stay high

A lot of research has been done since 9/11 focusing on the mental health issues of individuals serving in the US military. There is still a lot of speculation and not enough definitive answers on how to solve their PTSD and other problems because the suicide rates seem to consistently and persistently remain high for… Continue reading US military personnel need prayers as suicide, mental illness rates stay high

children · End times · psychology · sexuality

The next step to peddle pedophilia: ‘most child molesters are not pedophiles’

Reddit lit up a few days ago when an anonymous psychologist claimed that "an individual with pedophilia has the same ingrained attraction that a heterosexual female may feel towards a male, or a homosexual [person] feels towards their same gender." Although some at Reddit verified the person really was a psychologist, there's really no way to… Continue reading The next step to peddle pedophilia: ‘most child molesters are not pedophiles’

Christianity · encouragement · life · psychology

2 recent studies confirm what the Bible says–talk out problems & forgive for a healthy mind

Many of us may have heard at least once in our lives that it's not good to keep things bottled up inside. There are many examples in scripture that back that idea up. However, a lot of us avoid speaking honestly about our negative emotions at home, work, church, or other social setting for fear we… Continue reading 2 recent studies confirm what the Bible says–talk out problems & forgive for a healthy mind

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Yale University study: helping others lowers stress

Researchers from Yale University's School of Medicine recently carried out a study showing that selflessly helping others, even in small ways, ends up lowering one's stress levels. After laboratory experiments revealed this, the researchers wanted to see if this would hold true in real-world experiences. They used 77 adults in the study lasting 14 days.… Continue reading Yale University study: helping others lowers stress

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Rising rate of self-harm in Greater Manchester, England reflects spiritual trend

Anywhere in the world you look today can be an example of what happens when living in a world of fallen, sinful mankind. Greater Manchester, England and its surrounding towns is but one microcosm of what seems to be growing darkness. Although a majority 48.7% claim Christianity (according to 2011 figures), the Greater Manchester area… Continue reading Rising rate of self-harm in Greater Manchester, England reflects spiritual trend

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Atheists claim conservative Christianity can drive you insane

Marlene Winell, a "human development consultant" out of San Francisco, and her colleague Valerie Tarico, a psychologist out of Seattle, recently wrote an article entitled, "How Conservative Christianity Can Warp the Mind." The first thing to note from jumpstreet about these women is that they reside in ultra-liberal parts of the U.S. Another interesting thing… Continue reading Atheists claim conservative Christianity can drive you insane

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Facebook still manipulates what you see

Several months ago, Pew Research told us 30% of the U.S. logon to Facebook for their news and that 20% of them believe it's a reliable source. That, of course, was a few months before the you-know-what hit the fan when FB was exposed for doing emotional experiments on its customers by manipulating the type… Continue reading Facebook still manipulates what you see

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Alfred Kinsey research may be recognized by the UN

The United Nations' Committee on Non-Government Organizations has highlighted Indiana University's Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction as a possible consultant to the UN for its research established by Alfred Kinsey, who used Freudian principles to "study" human sexuality from the 1930s to 1950s. And by "Freudian principles" I mean he had… Continue reading Alfred Kinsey research may be recognized by the UN

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Progressives/liberals begin campaign to normalize pedophilia

In 2011, a few (very few) news outlets reported that the progressives/liberals in the American Psychiatric Association (APA) were secretly moving forward with plans to reshape how Americans view pedophilia. For decades, progressive/liberal professors at universities have been preaching that there was nothing wrong with adults having sex with children, that laws against such behavior… Continue reading Progressives/liberals begin campaign to normalize pedophilia