Roxy reflected with happiness all the memories she shared with her human family as well as the many other fur-babies living with her and her family. The times she shared with all of them was rare and special. Roxy loved and cherished every one of those moments. She knew her time was coming to an end, but she also knew she had lived a full and happy life, constantly surrounded by family who loved her unconditionally.
It’s one of the saddest tales on Earth; a father who doesn’t care about or support their children emotionally or financially. The fathers want nothing to do with the children and move on with their lives without a care in the world. But what happens if the father wants to be there for his children, pays support, and does everything in his power possible to be there, yet because the father and mother are no longer together, the mother becomes bitter and dubs the father a “deadbeat dad?” This is becoming a trend that is spreading all over.
I am a 32-year-old woman. My body feels older than that though. I know how that sounds to people who are older. However, unless you have several different medical issues going against you, you wouldn't know how it feels to be 32 years young and not feel energetic and full of life. You may try several different things to bring back your youth but in reality, there isn't anything that can turn back time. There isn't a magic potion or pill. In life, all we really have is a mirror and photos of the past. Yet, if we dwell on all the negative things that we have had happened in our lives, we become a shell of the person we use to be. That isn't good for anyone.
Relationships are weird. First, we meet someone that we fall for and many times those relationships don’t always work out. Without knowing it, we have grown from the broken relationships. However, the weirdest part of all of this is that we bring certain things from the past relationships into our new ones. Maybe it’s a movie, television series or even a video game you fell in love with because of a past partner. Sometimes, issues that were caused by the past relationship. Either way, we have grown from it and try to move on.
I was about 16 years old when I first heard the word "Endometriosis". The pain I experienced on a daily basis was odd and unexplainable. This was the early 2000s and internet access wasn't something easy to come by. Any research was mostly done using a medical journal, encyclopedias and sometimes by fighting with a sibling for the family computer.