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Texting and driving do not mix. Even a one second glance to read a message can mean disaster. Fortunately, there are ways to decrease the temptation to check your phone while driving: – Turn off your phone. It’s the easiest way to know you won’t be distracted by an incoming text or call while driving.

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“Ghosting” is a term used when someone you went on a date with stops responding to messages or phone calls. There is not a definite break up or goodbye, and it often happens in casual relationships or in online dating. Unfortunately, “ghosting” is becoming more acceptable in a culture where casual sex and relationships are

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How many times do you find yourself comparing yourself to others? In this video, Comedian Tom Shillue talks about how comparing yourself is unrealistic and will lead to unhappiness. It can be easy to only see the positive and successful parts in someone’s life, but what about the trials and struggles? Shillue states “If you don’t factor

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released an alarming report on Tuesday indicating that 2016 had the highest number of sexually transmitted diseases ever recorded. More than 2 million cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis were reported, with the impact affecting a growing number of populations. The following statistics were reported: Chlamydia – 1.6 million

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Myth: A good book on physical love will help your sex life. Truth: Sex books, romantic novels and erotic magazines promote salacious aspects of sex and often paint an unrealistic and perverted picture of what sex means. According to the book Sex. Discovering Real Love in a World of Counterfeits, when taken literally, romantic novels force

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Jeff & Cheryl Scruggs, founders of hopeformarriages.com, found their relationship came to a standstill after Cheryl announced her affair. “Unfortunately, everyone is both capable and susceptible. I gave in because I was not guarding my heart,” Cheryl Scruggs said in her interview with I Am Second producers. Watch the video above to learn more about Jeff and Cheryl’s story of

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Crystalina Evert was inspired to write a letter to herself after a time of healing in her life. She soon realized the message was not just for her but for women everywhere. Let this be an encouragement to all who read it: Why do you always seek man’s approval? You’re always wondering: “Do I look

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The sexting phenomenon in our culture is not something we can just ignore. Research has indicated that about 7.1% of teens ages 10-17 have received a photo containing explicit content on their mobile devices. A survey released by Covenant Eyes and Josh McDowell Ministry in 2016 found that 66% of teens and young adults have received a sexually explicit

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Share Neurons that fire together, wire together. Like other addictive substances, pornography floods the brain with dopamine. A consistent rush of dopamine traveling to the limbic system rewires the brain’s reward pathway and ultimately changes the makeup of the brain. This can result in an increased appetite for pornography. According to Covenant Eyes, there are

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Matt Fradd, founder of theporneffect.com, was recently featured in the Huffington Post offering neurological insight on how viewing pornography medically effects the brain. Indulging in porn and other forms of commercial sex are hardly befitting of the adjective “adult.” “Don’t be fooled,” Fradd says, “actions speak louder than words-even when those words are five feet high, written neon,

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