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The Friendship Bond Mary Brown Parlee In The Friendship Bond , Mary talked about the research they conducted; she said over 40,000 readers express their opinions on what they looked for in close friendship. She said friendship is unlike marriage or ties that bind parents and children or something regulated by law. Mary mentioned trust and acceptance which are the most important elements in a successful friendship. She tells us that according to the psychologist, trust is very important because it allows people to be honest and to share important secret with one another. But Mary discovered that most friendship ends as a result of betrayed. Mary Brown Parlee's The Friendship Bond, is based on a report on the Psychology Today  friendship questionnaire, which was taken from a large number (40,000) of respondents. She presents the theories about friendship, that is, what social critics believe about friendship in the United States and how her own findings contradict with the


There are many kinds of love and each love depends on what we feel for another. Love can be either strong or weak. There could be love that you may have for your parents, children, pets, friends, relatives, or just about anyone , other than the love between two people. The love between two people of a couple may be different because we find more sacrifice, understanding  and honesty in it, the love among family members is driven by responsibility.  As It Was in the Beginning - E. Pauline Johnson The story  As It Was in the Beginning written by E. Pauline Johnson who is a member of the Cree tribe a Canadian Aboriginals is about Esther , a young Aboriginal woman who left her family to become educated and converted to Christianity. She has learned the white man's ways but is very homesick. She misses the more natural surroundings of her people. The story is important because it deals with very universal issues like homesickness, prejudice (preconception) , and love.  The s


- No. Because birth order affects children's personalities. - A child's personality is determined by whether one is an only child, the oldest,a middle, or the youngest child. How Your Birth Order Influences Your Life Adjustment Lucille K. Forer In the article " How Your Birth Order Influences Your Life Adjustment," the author Lucille Forer writes how people's birth order influences their characters and personality. The author says that other family members' expectations toward each child according to their birth decide their roles in their family, and the roles become part of his/her self-concept. A person's birth order influences him to develop certain attitudes toward other people and helps him develop specific patterns of behavior.  According to Forer, birth orders consist of only child, oldest child, middle child, or youngest child, each with their own responsibilities and authority over the others. The authority or power refers to

Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!

Richard P. Feynman, USA (1918-1988) SUMMARY : When Mr Feynman committed a social error during a tea party organised by the Dean of his college, then after he learned to behave correctly in a social gathering. In the beginning, he used to sit only with groups of physics but when he started sitting with a group of other disciplines like zoology, and biology, then, he became the top student in the college. This essay tries to say that lot of fun, different kinds of interests in different disciplines and interdisciplinary approaches are the key to successful learning. This essay recounts Feynman's life through his childhood education. He appears as confident, interesting and inspiring. He discovers that he is a great artist, musician, scientist and critic, too.  The essay talks about the importance of a sociocultural environment that directly influences learning. People who are talented and genuine can adjust to any corner of the world by exploring and using their knowledge. The essay