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    I’ve been wracking my brain for a couple weeks on what to write. This is my first article on our new Coffee House Writers platform, and it will set the tone for all that is to come from me. Do I start with a fiction story? A poem? An amusing list? After participating in NaNoWriMo, ...
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    The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is an effort to understand and utilize the theory of psychological types developed by C.G. Jung. Jung’s theory introduced in the 1920’s is that even variations in personality that seem totally random are consistent and orderly in relation to how individuals use judgement and perception. The MBTI was developed by ...
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    For one day, I would love to fall apart. To lock myself in my room, turn the lights down low, and let myself fall apart. To have a pity party of the utmost ridiculous, and to have a full on cry fest. And not the pretty cry you see on TV. Oh no. I’m talking ...
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    Let’s talk about the “D” word… Depression. If you’re not directly affected by Depression, chances are that you at least know someone who is. According to The World Health Organization, over 300 million people worldwide suffer from depression. Let that sink in for a moment. Over 300 million people. It’s time to stop treating Depression ...
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    When our POTUS tweeted early Wednesday morning, it sent shockwaves through our nation. His tweet was straight to the point, leaving no further explanation. “After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. ...
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    Suicide. When you see this word you may feel uncomfortable, overwhelmed with emotions, or even confused. With the recent suicide of Chester Bennington, the lead singer of Linkin Park, it’s important we learn the basics of suicide and how we can prevent it.  Chester was a famous singer, married, and had beautiful children. Take a moment ...
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    There is something to be said for music with a message but creating a track that is both inspirational and worthy of singing along to is no easy task. It takes skill and an excellent songwriting ability to keep this type of song  from coming off as cheesy or forced. Daphne Willis’ newest single, “Somebody’s ...
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    There are many people who wander through this life without ever realizing their passion. This can be because of either mental illness or outside influences blocking them from realizing it. I feel sorry for them since I get to enjoy my passion for a living every day. But, I also reach out to them and encourage them ...
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    Here it comes to without a warning. It does not allow me time to fight it. It slowly consumes my thoughts and I find it hard to do anything. My brain begins to feel the doors closing in. I feel trapped and alone with the worrying. Then I begin to feel anxious and nervous at ...
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    Self-harm, also known as self-injury and self-mutilation, is when someone harms themselves in a way that is impulsive and purposeful, but not intended to be fatal. Most self-harm happens in the form of skin cutting, but there are other self-injurious behaviors, such as head banging, burning, scratching, and other actions that cause injury to the body. ...