Pros and Cons of Long-Distance Relationships

Though it cannot be seen or touched, love is arguably the strongest force involved in maintaining human relationships. It travels across time and space, from one heart to the next, creating memory and positive associations between people, places and things.

Pros and Cons of Studying Medicine

The history of medicine and studying how to use it goes back to ancient Egyptian times; more specifically, it dates back to around 3000 BC. In this time, doctors and medical practitioners worked according to a medical conditions journal they had drawn up in about 2600 BC.

Should I Buy a Motorcycle? Pros and Cons of Owning a Motorbike

The wind in your face. A powerful machine between your legs. In front of you: nothing but the open road — and freedom. As almost any rider will tell you, a motorcycle is much more than just a means to get you from A to B. In fact, riders will hardly ever take the most direct route if it can be avoided. They’ll happily add hours to just about any trip by choosing scenic mountain roads, curvy streets, or even dirt tracks because when you’re on a motorcycle, the ride itself can bring you just as much pleasure — if not more — than reaching your destination.

Should I have kids? Pros and Cons of having children

Whether or not to have children of your own is among the most important and consequential decisions you might ever make. Luckily, it really is a conscious, personal choice you get to make for yourself. This is your life, and nobody else should have a say in how you live it. Not your parents, not your friends, not your religion, not society as a whole. Those people are not the ones who will raise your child, even if they promise to be there for you and help babysit when needed. And while having children is a topic that absolutely needs to be discussed with your partner (if you have one), both parties in a relationship need to make this very important decision for themselves and independent of what the other one wants. Separating from your partner, while often tough, is better than having a child you don’t actually want, only to please them.