The Singular Problem with Everyone’s Opinion

Let me begin by dismaying any stigma perpetuated by the title. I don't hold anything against anyone's opinion. I don't expect everyone to agree with me nor each other. I'm a storyteller and if all my characters believed the same things, there wouldn't be any stories to tell. The purpose of this blog is to... Continue Reading →

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Looking for Opinions – Public Interest in Art

As a writer, my goal - just like any other writer - is to publish pieces that will gain as much public interest as possible. On this blog, I've talked to great lengths as to why this is such a tricky situation for me and any other writer of the era. Simply put, very few... Continue Reading →

America’s Heroin Epidemic

Introduction I currently work for an upscale rehabilitation website. Writing blogs about what you'd expect. However, there was one topic of discussion that caught my interest. I figured I should talk about it here. It may or may not come as a surprise that America is currently facing a heroin epidemic. I wouldn't have believed... Continue Reading →

The Profusion of Fear

Introduction I think it's obvious to say that the news only conceives of the worst possible scenarios as a way to fuel our society's ever-growing paranoia. But without our consent, news networks would cease to find the feedback they wholesomely desire. Therefore, I question why we perpetuate ourselves into the darkest of places within our... Continue Reading →

Pornography Psychology

Introduction Modern pornography has manipulated society into a clash of irresistible pleasure and moral dilemma. The problem is there is no problem with porn in itself. Rather, in the way society intakes it. The overall concern lies in how the youth is developing their perspective of sex through porn. However, the promiscuous behavior it evokes... Continue Reading →

Labeling People with Mental Disorders

Introduction The term "mental disorder" is a riveting assertion in and of itself. According to News Week, about 42.5 million American adults are labeled with a "mental illness". This would mean that one in every five people have some sort of irregularity with their thought process. I often find that "mental disorders" are simply exaggerated... Continue Reading →

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