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Relationship Revisionist Disorder (RRD) is a SOB! It Can Convince You to Think You Can Reconcile with Your Ex and Things Will Work Out Again. Don’t Give in to It!

With increasing distance from the day you end your relationship, your brain will begin to play tricks on you. You will go through a period called Relationship Revisionist Disorder, or RRD, in which you tend only to remember the good…
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Dumper’s Remorse: “What the Heck Did I Just Do? Did I Just Break Up With the Love of My Life?”

“What the heck did I just do? Did I just break up with the love of my life?” When you go through a breakup, during the process, your brain will begin playing tricks on you. Dumper’s Remorse is one of…
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Illegal Immigration: Who is to Blame? We May Want to Blame Ourselves.

Illegal Immigration: Who is to Blame? We May Want to Blame Ourselves. Take a look at Trump’s wildly popular position on the illegal immigrant issue. Are illegal immigrants a problem in the country? There are some that are definitely engaged in…
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LAPD Actually Helped Create Our National Gang Problem.

LAPD Actually Helped Create Our National Gang Problem During the 1980’s and the 1990’s, with The War on Drugs in full swing, the country began to combat the rising influence and violence associated with gang life. Yet the more the…
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Seattle Seahawks’ (aka Seahags) Brian “The Boz” Bozworth Played a Clever Trick on Our Beloved Broncos Fans.

       One of the most interesting games I worked was the Broncos – Seahawks 1987 season opener at Mile High Stadium. Brian Bosworth purposely and very publicly intimidates John Elway with a questionable hit. Then Bosworth trash talked…
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Your Conditioning Index: Most People Come to Know it as Their Dating “League.”

  Another important concept to understanding about relationships is that of a conditioning index. According to Webster’s New College Dictionary (1949, 424), an index is: “A ratio or other number derived from a series of observations and used as an indicator or measure of…
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