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Is an affair forgivable?

Flowers for Victoria- Sunni Jeffers   Single parenting. Teenage daughters. Teaching moral values. Getting back together. Victoria is a successful business woman, who had to build a career from scratch after her husband left her for another woman. She is … Continue reading

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The Scarlet Letter

The Scarlet Letter – Nathaniel Hawthorne The story is set in 16th century England. Hester Prynne, a typical girl most women even today could identify with, is with a child out of wedlock. She has to bear the punishment of … Continue reading

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D’ya still enjoy doin it?

“A liberated woman is one who has sex before marriage and a job after.”- Gloria Steinem “Sex is logically impossible after marriage. You have to overcome the paradox of Not this again and Hey where did you learn that?” –Emo … Continue reading

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An immigrant family. A genius. An indifferent mother.

Would the bright child of an immigrant family who never had the chance to go to school make it in life? Would a mother who hung to memories of an adventurous night in a train with a man be happy … Continue reading

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Looking Christian, Acting Christian

In the world we live in Christianity is just another phrase, sentence or verb. It is associated with people of certain characteristics and behavior. In some countries, it may be associated with shame, in some with pride. It is associated … Continue reading

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