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Why do abused spouses seek out abusers?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Belle Rose Jan 4. 1 Reply

Revelations by members here, a relative who had an abusive spouse, and (don't laugh) a Doctor Who episode "The Beast Below" all got together in my head and popped out an idea I'd like to bounce off…Continue

Tags: empathy, abuse

A Step in the Right Direction on Religious Tax Exemption

Started Nov 25, 2013 0 Replies

After reading the article about the drug induced atrocity I echoed the idea of another's comment about the article and went looking for better news. To my surprise I found some amazing good news. It…Continue

Tags: Religion, Constitution, Exemption, Tax

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Ward Cressin replied to Ari's discussion 'Warning!-The Drug We Americans Willingly Consume' in the group Hygiene & Cosmetics
"Sugar is especially bad. "Low fat" foods up the sugar content to make them more palatable. I've noticed that when I screw up and have too much sugar I feel a little initial boost but then feel more anxious and depressed than normal.…"
Aug 8
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Hygiene & Cosmetics

Believe it or not, hygiene is so important that ignoring it can be highly debilitating in the long run. Most of us go through life more miserable because we simply find it too embarrassing and/or time consuming to face our irritating bodily issues. This group is intended to advise and promote solutions to prevent and/or cure particular hygiene issues. You can ask those embarrassing questions and maybe you can find someone who has a nifty solution that is simple, affordable, and effective.…See More
Aug 8
Ward Cressin replied to dakotah tyler's discussion 'Interesting Ideas Regarding The Fermi Paradox'
""Perhaps their particle physicists do one too many high-energy experiments thinking they know all the principles and inadvertently create a small, stable black hole which takes out the planet." Small and stable black hole? Not unless they…"
Jul 11
Ward Cressin replied to dakotah tyler's discussion 'Interesting Ideas Regarding The Fermi Paradox'
"But that 1 million is also spread out in time - about 10 billion years since the first generation stars would not have had planets at all (since it was the first stars which created the elements necessary for planets and life to exist). And as James…"
Jul 11
Ward Cressin replied to dakotah tyler's discussion 'Interesting Ideas Regarding The Fermi Paradox'
"The Fermi "paradox" is outdated. Even if we count all the great apes (chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, orangutans), cetaceans (dolphins, killer whales, whales) and cephalopods (octopi, squid, cuttlefish) as intelligent with us that is an…"
Jul 11
Ward Cressin replied to Micah Armstrong's discussion 'Leaving Think Atheist Sooner Than I Had Imagined'
"Good news, bad news. All the websites I have visited so far have good people, arrogant people, religious people with some deserving more than one title. Many of the websites I've found are more contentious than here. There's…"
Apr 4
Ward Cressin replied to Ari's discussion 'Unmotivated, Depressed, Lost?'
"I have a variety of problems but always refused to get help - in part due to my issues. Depression and lack of self-esteem/self-worth are two of my problems and I haven't been able to deal with them on my own. So I finally started getting…"
Apr 4
Ward Cressin replied to Ryan Beatty's discussion 'ATHIEST vs AGNOSTIC - please read this. its why im here (sorta)...'
"You are right about the most honest answer being that we don't KNOW. But we are still human so things we feel certain about are given an elevated status. As for what there is after death: we have not found any evidence for a spirit / soul /…"
Mar 23
Ward Cressin replied to JamesWatts's discussion 'Why I Believe Atheists are Going to Hell'
"Almost none of what you say is correct. The errors don't start with the word "timelessly" but that fault was the one that really said to me that you haven't explored any of what you claim here. Or you have swallowed whole what…"
Mar 23
Ward Cressin commented on Physeter's blog post 'What’s a Physeter? A post about metaphors and prophecy'
"^^^ Yes, but it was happy to meet the "ground" - it's chosen name for the new possible friend rushing to meet it.  :D @Dr Bob How does what you wrote conflict in any way with what you quoted from Physeter's post? Those were…"
Mar 6
Ward Cressin commented on Aim's blog post 'The destruction of woo..'
"I struggle with several issues myself but my situation is not the same as his. I fight the suspicions with facts. Unfortunately sometimes there are no facts and for some of the conspiracy hypotheses you mention there aren't going to be good…"
Mar 6
Ward Cressin replied to Unseen's discussion 'Any people working in sales here? I have a question.'
"I'm not sure if the tone of my previous post came through as intended - I think the policies are somewhere between poor and downright bad, depending upon the company and boss. As for other possibilities: but that only works if those in charge…"
Jan 14
Ward Cressin replied to Unseen's discussion 'Hilbert's Hotel, where there's always a room even when every room is taken'
"If you use a high powered laser to remove them and have the hand locked into a device holding it absolutely still you might be able to get it down to 1 or 2, well, ok, 1 or 2 dozen if very careful and very precise. If you aren't perfect,…"
Jan 14
Ward Cressin replied to Unseen's discussion 'Hilbert's Hotel, where there's always a room even when every room is taken'
"I'd go with "yes" simply because there are examples of different infinities. Take the whole numbers - there is an infinity of them. Take all fractions - a larger infinity. All the real numbers is an even larger infinity yet. So, yeah…"
Jan 13
Ward Cressin replied to Unseen's discussion 'Hilbert's Hotel, where there's always a room even when every room is taken'
"@ RobertPiano Yeah, I guess if you "touch" fissionable material hard enough, BOOM! They would only be fissionable atoms if they are heavier than iron. Otherwise they would be just smashing each other to bits - and there is a…"
Jan 13
Ward Cressin replied to Unseen's discussion 'Hilbert's Hotel, where there's always a room even when every room is taken'
"It's not possible to cut a cake into zero pieces since 1 =/= 0"
Jan 13

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Christian
Why you left your religion.
realization that the creator could not be the petty tyrant of the bible - later realized there is no need for a creator
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At 11:34am on January 6, 2012, Robert Karp said…

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