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Body&mind
May 30, 2018 11:07 Youth Alive

From the beginning we mention that social anxiety disorder - or social phobia - is a chronic mental illness and, if its manifestations are impossible to manage, it requires psychotherapeutic and/or medical treatment. Some of the effects, which about 7-12% of people with anxiety experience, are nausea

TV and its negative effects

Wednesday, 30 May Youth Alive
Body&mind

We often hear complaints such as: “I can’t distract my baby from the TV” or “My wife and I spend

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What is the price of happiness

Tuesday, 17 Apr Youth Alive
Excellence

“We should be the happiest people on the face of the earth!” is Ellen White’s encouragement

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What are you spending your money on?

Tuesday, 17 Apr Youth Alive
Excellence

We live in a society undergoing an economic expansion, designed by, developed and based on consumerism. In

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The end of the smartphone is close. What then?

Tuesday, 17 Apr Youth Alive
Fresh

One day, not very soon, but earlier than you would expect, all the phones (smartphones) will disappear.

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The “Barbie and Ken” Syndrome – part I

Tuesday, 17 Apr Youth Alive
Him & her

Barbie dolls, desired so much by all the little girls in the world, have led to a quest for a kind of

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The “Barbie” and “Ken” Syndrome part II

Tuesday, 17 Apr Youth Alive
Him & her

Take Action In the first part of the article, I spoke about the avatars inherent to women’s

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Parents and (their role in) choosing your life partner

Tuesday, 17 Apr Youth Alive
Your soul

Just because they brought you into this world, can your parents have a word in your choice of a life

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