The loss of a parent is a tragic event at any stage of life, but has significant impacts on those who experience such a loss during their childhood or adolescence. As grief and death are complex emotions and experiences to go through, such experiences have lasting effects on those who are exposed to them at a young age. Properly grieving and processing a loss requires a level of emotional intelligence most people do not have until their late adolescent years. Even so, the loss of a parent, or experience of bereavement, leaves children and adolescents in a vulnerable position in their education, mental and physical health, and their interpersonal relationships.
Social stratification is the way society categorizes its people into socioeconomic strata, based on factors of their occupation, wealth, income, and either social status or any form of derived power (“Sociologists,” n.d.) Social stratification sets limits and boundaries on what certain groups of people or societies have access to, including healthcare and education, both which are essential components of one’s well-being. Sociologists have recognized that stratification is a society wide system which makes inequalities present in a given society especially apparent. Social stratification peaks a special interest in sociology because of the fact it represents a larger social pattern.
Its pretty likely you have seen those pink round gummies on your Instagram feed before; the ones that claim to help with various symptoms and pains that come right around that time of the month. Reviews from customers claim that the vitamins, filled with chaste berry, have helped clear their hormonal acne, curb cramps and overall make the time they are on their period a much better experience than what is traditionally known.
Have you heard of solfeggio frequencies? If you're someone who knows enough about playing music, I'm sure you have. Solfeggio is a term referring to a system where each note of a scale is given its own unique syllable, which will represent that exact sound will always be sung the same way.
For my entire life I have struggled with my skin. It’s extremely frustrating and there’s many factors that come into play but it seems as though I’ve spent hundreds and hundreds of dollars over the years probably closer in the thousands I am beauty products thinking that they would fix my skin. Not to my knowledge at the time I was using products that were causing more harm to my skin than good. These products were always known as the best way to clear up your skin the best way to exfoliate your skin etc. so I was confident that I had a good routine. Over the years I’ve learned better and have dropped a couple of those products but have still continued using different products from those brands and still using things that were more harmful to my skin and probably causing me to break out even more than I already was. It wasn’t until quarantine and due to TickTock that I have actually learned a lot about skin care and what is good for my skin versus what companies tell me is good for my skin.
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