Marijuana

Marijuana Marijuana Marijuana is a natural substance, which has been grown for thousands of years for a variety of purposes. Only in the past hundred years or so has it become illegal to grow in the United States. People have smoked it for many different reasons, most however smoke it for the state of euphoria Read More …

A Research Paper Depression

A Research Paper: Depression Depression is defined as a mental illness in which a person experiences deep, unshakable sadness and diminished interest in nearly all activities. The term depression is used to describe the temporary sadness, loneliness, or blues that everyone feels from time to time. Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses. Read More …

A Spurious Stereotype

A Spurious Stereotype ???Asians can??™t see. All Mexicans are illegal immigrants. African Americans are gangsters.??? It??™s very sad to hear, but stereotypes exist everywhere in our society. From the beginning of time, judgments about different groups of people have been made. In Mark Twain??™s, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, stereotypes dress the book from cover Read More …

Homeless

Homeless Every day there are more and more people that have to resort to living on the street, because they have failed financially, they were a victim in a nasty divorce, or even have some kind of gambling problem. What ever the reason may be, they must live their lives off the garbage of others. Read More …

Anti-Social Personality Disorder

Anti-Social Personality Disorder DEFINITION Antisocial Personality Disorder (APD) is perhaps the most frightening of all personality disorders, as well as one of the most difficult to diagnose. Personality disorders in general are defined as inflexible, maladaptive, personality traits that cause personal distress or an inability to get along with others. APD specifically is characterized by Read More …

A Conflict Of Nature

A Conflict Of Nature Why I have been struggling with this question since I have started my paper. Usually a question will guide the direction of my paper. Unfortunately, I have been left with more questions than answers. After doing many readings in reference to this subject, I have had a chance to look into Read More …

A Spring Day

A Spring Day I awoke early on the first Saturday in May as the first rays of the sun were coming over the eastern horizon. I could hear the steady drizzle of the gentle spring rain, as it dripped from the eves of the house and the twittering of the birds as they talked to Read More …

Marriage Is Like A Prison

Marriage Is Like A Prison Marriage Is Like A Prison Marriage is like a prison. It is a lifelong commitment that will hang on a persons shoulders forever. It can never be erased, and never be forgotten. Upon entering marriage, the crime is falling in love, the punishment is getting married, and the freedom is Read More …