Archive | April, 2016

Weather Changes Mood

By Tori Nix Ever notice how you’re more happy on a sunny day? Or, how you’re more sad and depressed on gloomy, rainy days? Well, this could be due to weather changing your mood. Science has proved that warmer weather can bring depressed people into a more happier state, while things like rain and cold, […]

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Sierra the Unicorn

By Mariah Killian   There are tons of stories about unicorns, this is mine.   Sierra the unicorn was like no other unicorn in the land of mythical things. Sierra liked being alone, and quite liked the silence of the forest. Surrounded by water, trees, and many things to eat, Sierra was content with his […]

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Red Queen Rook Review

By Mariah Killian   Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard is a toe curling book to read. It is the first book in her series and quite literally throws you into a whole new world. A world where your blood makes every difference between a poor life and a well lived one. Silver bloods, who are […]

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Stockholm Syndrome 101

By Mavis Brown Stockholm Syndrome, also referred to as capture-bonding, is a psychological occurrence first seen in 1973 when hostages showed sympathy and had positive feelings toward their captors, sometimes to the point of defending and identifying with the captors. These feelings are normally considered irrational because of the danger or risk the victims will experience because they mistake a lack of abuse from […]

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