How to Handle Your Spouse’s Depression

March 31, 2015

Dealing with a spouse’s illness is never easy. Administering patient, compassionate care—doing everything you can do while acknowledging your own limitations—can be draining, to say the least. This is all the more so when the illness in question is one that presents itself without any tangible, physical symptoms. Mental illness is a prickly subject in […]

Contemporary Means of Influence in the Muslim World

March 31, 2015

By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi The mutual mean of influence in the world are believed to be religions and media, as they have enormous superiority upon human mind and submissiveness. However, when it comes to the Muslim World, this notion has transformed into unorthodox means, which are influencing the minds of Muslims and Arabs in general. The […]

College Planning: The Truth About 529 Plans

March 30, 2015

Parents of young kids are welcome to Google current information about college tuition risks, but please know: You do so at your own risk, and you’re unlikely to be pleased with what you find. It seems as though each day brings new, doom-and-gloom headlines about how utterly unaffordable college can be, how tuition hikes are […]

Time Management: Do You Have to Work a 5 Day Week to Be the Boss?

March 30, 2015

By Amanda (Contributor) Edited by Ali Reza The idea of being the person in charge and owning your own company is incredibly appealing to many people—especially because there is a belief that with entrepreneurship comes complete freedom. However, this idea of “freedom” is a bit ambiguous.  Any person who is considering going into business for […]

The Principles of Parenting

March 29, 2015

Every parent wants to do the best that they can in the raising of their child with the resources that they have available.  Parenting is one of the most researched areas within the incredibly broad field of social science—and interestingly enough is also an area where the results of studies have remained primarily consistent over […]

The Apple Watch: What We Know So Far

March 28, 2015

By Amnda C. (Contributor) Edited By Ali Reza Whether you think it laudable or laughable, Apple’s upcoming foray into wearable technology is sure to be a big deal. The product goes on sale in April, and marks a new avenue for what is one of the world’s largest and most influential tech brands; early responses have […]

6 Tax Audit Red Flags

March 27, 2015

Here it comes.  April 15th.  The date otherwise known as the annual deadline for filing income taxes.  In the past year, the IRS has faced some significant budget cuts, meaning that staffing numbers have been reduced when compared to previous years.  That means that taxpayers across the country may face a lessened chance of actually […]

Prisoners & Victims of Conscience in History

March 27, 2015

Shia Muslims By Hussein Al-Rumaithi In 1961 when Amnesty International was founded by Peter Benenson to draw attention toward human rights abuses and mobilize international attention toward this matter to put pressure on states and government to end these violations. Rights of women, children, slavery, human rights and prisoner of conscience were among the primary […]

How to Talk to Your Spouse about End-of-Life Plans

March 26, 2015

By: Amanda C. Edited by Ali Reza Thinking about the end of your life and what will happen after you pass away is never a pleasant thought.  However, facing the fact that no one lives forever is something that every person must come to terms with.  Moreover, this is a conversation that must be had […]

Shia Muslims & Notion of Idealism vs. Realism

March 26, 2015

By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi Shia Muslims present themselves as one of the biggest oppressed minorities on the face of this planet, as they have been the victims of extinction, marginalization, elimination and discrimination at its most brutal forms. In addition, oppression and grievance have been part of a Shia Muslim’s individualistic nature, which has made him/her […]

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