Many of our peers are ever developing yet unbalanced young adults. We have been given the power of the internet which contains an unlimited resource of misinformation and quasi facts. For some, healthy and humanizing interactions and connections have been lost or replaced with half witted social media affirmation via our trusty iPhone or Android distractions. Don't get me wrong, there are definitely faults in the ways that our parents and big cousins learned to deal with life's happenings and mental health, but you would think the generation that came up in the "age of information" would have used the resource to actually help their peers instead of for temporary entertainment.Read More
Let’s take a brief look back at what I believe was probably the biggest reality check for the majority of America in the 1st Quarter of 2017.
What many Americans thought they understood about their neighbors, they actually didn’t.
What many Americans understood about America for most of their lives was shown to be real, once again…Read More