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Education Week: Beauty paradox distorts social perception of beauty

Education Week: Beauty paradox distorts social perception of beauty - The Daily Universe

Recognize and overcome weaknesses that are holding you back

Education Week: Recognize and overcome weaknesses that are holding you back - The Daily Universe

Education Week: Time management principles improve effectivity

Education Week: Time management principles improve effectivity - The Daily Universe

Viewpoint: Use Social Media Wisely - Church News and Events

Viewpoint: Use Social Media Wisely - Church News and Events

Education Week: How to get stress out and not stress out

Education Week: How to get stress out and not stress out - The Daily Universe

Men's depression - the stigma

Education Week: Men's depression - the stigma - The Daily Universe

For many newlyweds expectations differ when entering marriage. XXX discussed how discussing expectations can improve marriages. (Photo courtesy of Maddi Driggs)

Education Week: Learning to survive during the beginning years of marriage - The Daily Universe

Education Week: 10 ways to help young adults adjust to post-mission life

Education Week: 10 ways to help young adults adjust to post mission life - The Daily Universe

10 Gifts You Should Bring Back From Your Mission - a care package put together for a Missionary based on a 2007 talk by President Hinckley

Missionary package based on Pres. Hinckleys talk 10 gifts every missionary should bring home. GREAT website for missionary gift ideas

My Missionary Gifts, Affordable LDS Missionary Packages ;)

My Missionary Gifts, Affordable LDS Missionary Packages--Lots of items for Christmas for our Missionary

Jesus on the shore waving hello. I love this, feels like home! Sweet prophetic art.

My beloved Jesus; pleas bless all of my friends and my loved ones forever.

Psychologist Debra Theobald McClendon presented a class during BYU's Education Week on how strong emotions can help create a healthy life. McClendon explained that emotions aren’t bad but necessary be

Education Week: How we can use emotions as a guide - The Daily Universe

Parent’s Responsibility To Stop Enslavement – Day 17

Parent’s Responsibility To Stop Enslavement – Day 17

The Guardian/Africa : African chiefs urged to apologize for slave trade by Nigerian civil rights group. Are African tribal leaders partly to blame for Slavery ?

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