China's One-Child Policy Affects Personality
neurosciencestuff: In 1979 China instituted the one-child policy, which limited every family to just one offspring in a controversial attempt to reduce the country’s burgeoning population. The strictly enforced law had the desired effects: in 2011 researchers estimated that the policy prevented 400 million births. In a new study in Science, researchers find that it has also caused China’s...
And there are millions of teens who read because they are sad and lonely and...– Sherman Alexie, Why the Best Kids Books Are Written in Blood (via thefirstgentleman) “I write in blood because I remember what it felt like to bleed.” Quote of the night, y’all. (via womanwithaflowerhead) Deeply personal revelation : I spent my lunch periods in high school in the library,...
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Spring Break! I apparently can’t maintain a particularly active blog and get all As at the same time… so Tumblr has been put on the back-burner. I hope you all have been doing well!
So, I just realized that I saw Ian Glen live in Martin Guerre, London 1996.
The single time I practice suggestive selling
thegreatestlibrary: in my nearly 2 years of working in retail was to make sure a mother bought her 11 year old son a children’s microscope and telescope set for Christmas. She thought it wasn’t something an 11 year old would like and she said he likes science in an almost disdainful tone. But, try to not get a child something science related, especially when they like it, just because you...