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On Failed Relationships and Their Legal Implications

The biggest misconception about dating is thinking that all it takes are two people who love each other very much. Unfortunately, this isn’t all that it takes for there are also other factors to consider. Factors like differences in beliefs, culture, teachings, and personal issues can all impact your relationship. Even the most minor inconveniences …

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The Silent Epidemic: Depression among the Youth

In today’s fast-paced world, depression has emerged as a silent epidemic, affecting millions worldwide. Despite significant advancements in mental health awareness, depression remains a formidable challenge, especially for younger generations. Depression is not a personal failure or a sign of weakness; it is a complex interplay of genetic, biological, and environmental factors that can profoundly …

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Open-Mindedness: How Anyone Can Be Intellectually Adaptable

Are you a receptive person? In a seemingly vast world filled with people who have diverse thoughts, traditions, and journeys, the significance of having receptiveness cannot be overstated. As defined by the Cambridge Dictionary, receptiveness is the willingness of someone to consider ideas and opinions that are different from theirs. It’s not hard to imagine why this trait is essential. …

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Notes from a Student | Navigating School and Self

In the realm of education, the focus has traditionally been on academic achievement and cognitive development. However, an aspect that is equally crucial yet often overlooked is the mental well-being of students. Recognising the significance of nurturing mental health in educational settings isn’t just a matter of compassion; it’s a necessity for ensuring proper development …

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Beyond Conflict Resolution: Forgiveness and Reconciliation

Conflict is undoubtedly a part of human nature, but so is our capacity for forgiveness and reconciliation. These two powerful acts are central to healing the wounds we encounter in life, whether they’re personal grievances or larger societal issues. Forgiveness allows us to let go of anger and resentment, while reconciliation brings us back together …

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Caring for Animals is a Humanist Value

Animal abuse and cruelty are significant issues in the Philippines. Despite the country’s warm and compassionate culture, there is a distressing prevalence of mistreatment towards animals. From neglect and abandonment to acts of violence, innocent animals suffer. These challenges highlight the need for increased awareness, stronger enforcement of animal welfare laws, and a collective effort …

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The Israel-Gaza Conflict: A Complex Struggle for Peace

The Israel-Gaza conflict is a longstanding, complex geopolitical issue that has deep historical roots. The region has been a hotspot of cultural tension, with both Israelis and Palestinians laying claim to the same land. The struggle for control over territory, resources, and national identity has resulted in numerous struggles that drew international attention and ignited …

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Confronting the Reality: Vote Buying’s Grip on Every Filipino Election

Vote buying has become an unfortunate norm in the context of Filipino elections. In nearly every election cycle, political candidates use to directly distribute money and goods to voters in an attempt to win their support. While the practice is illegal, enforcement is lax, and the sums involved have only increased over time. Many voters …

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