No two parents raise their children the same way. As long as children are given love and attention and remain safe and healthy, there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to parenting. Redditor Far_Constant848 and his wife raise their children on the stricter side, enforcing rules on what their teenage son and […] More

Do we really forget or do we choose to ignore the less pleasant parts of our history? That is the real question. The crux of how America deals with history.

There are so many vital details and so much fascinating information about the forging of this country that we often just study for a moment, then file away in the dead lands of our brains.

Maybe this is why we repeat history, we never learn from it because we choose to forget it.

Thankfully we have historians, teachers and people who crave random knowledge in hopes of one day ending up on 'Jeopardy.'

They'll never let us forget.

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We can't ace every quiz. Every once in awhile we're going to hit a wall.

The key is to try to not be so harsh to our psyche.

We all learn differently.

But give yourself a break if you can't master everything you try, even if other people find it easy.

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Every healthy relationship requires mutual caring to remain happy and successful. This includes reciprocated emotions, but also shared responsibilities, pointed out the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. But Redditor throwawaydrivingl7 wasn’t ready to accept that when his birthday came around. Instead of listening when he received a gift that hinted at something his girlfriend needed from […] More

How you approach life's many trials and tribulations can say a lot about who you are. However, many of us don't necessarily learn some lessons so easily.

Life is complicated. It's messy. Few, if any things, go according to plan. On top of that, sometimes the way we handle our relationships or our obligations might not be the most healthy one.

You live, you learn... or so the saying goes.

People shared their stories after Redditor ryanblumenow asked the online community,

"What did you learn at great personal cost?"
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