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Advice For Graduate Students With Chronic Health Conditions

Sarah Zarrow is a PhD student in Hebrew & Judaic Studies and History (full biography at the end).  In this post, Sarah concludes her two-part series on barriers to health care for graduate students by offering tips for students (and their professors) who suffer from chronic health conditions.  793 more words

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Five Ways You Offend Women by Insulting Fifty Shades of Grey

Provocative title, isn’t it? Anyone who reads my blog is familiar with my love-to-hate affection for the Fifty Shades of Grey series. After all, I’ve captioned it… 1,614 more words


Theology Pub - The Silver Shield

I almost didn’t see the woman’s corpse when I came down the first flight of steps into the dungeon.  If it wasn’t for a glint of light that reflected back in my eye from the woman’s corpse I might of missed her form which was propped sitting against the wall.  1,012 more words


8 Christian Expression that I Apologize for ever Using.

1.  Soul-winning

When there are so many other expressions available to describe sharing your faith with others, this one should be avoided.   This expression is misleading and can lead to terrible theology.  699 more words

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I Picked Two of Wands Again

 I picked the Two of Wands again. I feel for women who have a hard time on line because they are beautiful and they are trying to achieve a goal. 264 more words

Respect Women!! Not an Option..

So, how many of us have seen people around commenting about girls passing by? Or have been the victim of eyes staring at them? Mostly every second girl I know have been facing this, what I don’t understand why people are so reluctant in respecting women who are not related by birth to them. 241 more words


Happy Birthday To Me!

Happy Birthday to me!! Happy Birthday to Balobeshayi! It’s been five years already since I started frantically moving my fingers on a keyboard to share my views, stories and other people stories. 47 more words