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Toxic Gaming Community

Those who don’t play many video games probably picture the community as fun, supportive, and with just a splash of friendly competition. To tell you the truth, you do encounter those situations. However, the standard has quickly become one that no mother would want their child to be a part of.

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The Importance of Happiness: Are You Glad to Be You?

No matter what anyone else may tell you, happiness just may be the most important thing in the world. It is the root of everything good and the ward from everything evil. I may just scratch the surface today, and I may be underqualified. But when something is on my heart, it aches until I share it.

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Are You A Narcissist?

“Are you a narcissist?” Let’s start off by saying that if you are interested in finding out if you may be a narcissist, then you probably aren’t one. You see thousands and thousands of articles on how to spot narcissism in someone else, but you rarely see any helping those that may be narcissistic.

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Stop Accepting Your Faults

Guide to Slang

Salty: upset or bitter, specifically toward other people.

Flaming: the act of expressing annoyance or anger towards others.

Tilted: generally, the beginning of an emotional breakdown and frustration of your hard work not resulting in the success.

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Now that we’ve gone over the internet slang we will use, let’s get started with the main subject. In today’s world, it’s almost glorified to bask in your own faults.

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Conformity vs. Rebellion

Wrote this one last year and found it in drafts this week! You never know!

To any extreme, nothing is healthy, it’s a fact. Whether you’re dieting, have found a hobby, or enjoy a good nap. When you go to extremes, you develop unhealthy addictions and obsessions. These obsessions will distract you from your life’s purpose and will inevitably zap away your happiness. This is because humans require balance in every way.

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The Money Wish: A Short Story by Emily Medlock – Part III of III

Two years ago, my only worry in life was that my wife was dying. Now…I was the one trying to stay alive. The initial freedom from violence was washed away as soon as the value of money started falling again. At first, the market prices simply rose, but before long, it became too hard to produce enough money for what we needed it for.

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