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10 misused words: The difficulty here is that because the misuse is so prevalent, if you use the term correctly, most people will assume you have it wrong. And if you correct them, well then you just come off looking like a pompous know-it-all.

10 misused words: The difficulty here is that because the misuse is so prevalent, if you use the term correctly, most people will assume you have it wrong. And if you correct them, well then you just come off looking like a pompous know-it-all.

DNA studies confirm that 97% of people who call themselves Jews ARE NOT descendents of Abraham. In 2001 Dr. Ariella Oppenheim (a Jew) a biologist at Hebrew University published the first extensive study of DNA and the origin of the Jews. Her research fou

Why People With PTSD Experience Trauma-Related Guilt

PTSD and guilt commonly co-occur. People who have experienced traumatic events may experience something called trauma-related guilt. It refers to the unpleasant feeling of regret stemming from the belief that you could or should have done something different at the time a traumatic event occurred. For example, an abused person may regret and feel responsible of the 'offense' that is taken. A rape survivor may feel guilty about not fighting back at the time of the assault.

Justice Stands Afar Off and Truth is FallenOur Daily Tea | Daily Tea The reason congress isn't impeaching obama is because they're complicit in it.

Obama Secret Service Agent: “It’s Worse Than People Know… and I’m Not Trying to Scare You Either” |

Women Who are Ambivalent about Women Against Women Against Feminism | The Bloggess: "I’m not saying you can’t choose to not be a feminist but know what you’re choosing. Don’t make a decision about a group based on the most radical beliefs of a group. Don’t get defensive if you get deeper and are exposed to difficult ideas about intersectionality and race and gender and colonialism and patriarchy and male liberation."