We should enjoy every moment fully, fall in love, make the most of our time, and live without regret. We should cherish the fact that there are still many moments in life that we have yet to experience for the last time.
Birth Month and Mental Health: What Science Says
Are you curious about whether your genetics or something like astrology influences your personality? The question of whether there's a connection between the season or month you're born in and your personality is a popular one, but what does science have to say about it? According to current scientific consensus, there is no concrete link between birth season or month and personality traits.
Sleep Disorder That Kills: The Horror of Sleeplessness
How important is sleep to us? A significant portion of our lives is devoted to sleeping; in fact, we spend about one-third of our time asleep. If we live up to 60 years, we would have spent roughly 20 years sleeping. Despite this extensive amount of time spent sleeping, it is often overlooked and taken for granted. We tend to forget just how crucial sleep is to our overall well-being.
The cave was bloody, covered with discarded bones: Scotland's Most Notorious Killers( True Story)
Scotland is famous for its mythical tales, including one of the most well-known legends - the Loch Ness monster. This is an appropriate story as the country boasts breathtaking landscapes, particularly in the northern region known as the Highlands. This area features the highest peaks in the United Kingdom, along with numerous freshwater lakes, surpassing the number found in England and Wales combined. However, what many may not realize is that Scotland is also associated with a horrific myth.
The Gruesome Embalming of Pope Pius XII: A True Story of Horror
In October of 1958, the weather was hot at Castel Gandolfo, where Pope Pius XII was bedridden due to a condition called ischemia. This disease occurs when the tissue does not receive enough blood to stay alive. As his health declined, the Pope requested to be treated by a particular physician, Ricardo Galeazzi Lisse, who was from Italy and had a personal relationship with him. It is possible that Dr. Lisse's connections with important figures, such as the Pope, may have helped him to become the chief physician in charge of the Pope's care.
Experiment That Became a Nightmare: A True Story of Unethical Research on Children
The research was carried out in Davenport, Iowa, with 22 children who had no speech impediments. The purpose of the study was to see if inducing stuttering in these children and then telling them that their speech was normal would help them recover. Although the researchers had good intentions, the study turned out to be one of the most unethical experiments in the field of psychology, causing lifelong psychological damage to the children involved.
A Singer who turned Witch: True Story of Black Magic and Greed
Have you ever tried the combination meal at KFC that includes chicken breasts and other parts of the chicken, as well as a side of mashed potatoes and coleslaw? If you have, let me tell you about the dark history associated with this meal. This particular meal was the last meal requested by one of Malaysia's most notorious killers, Mona Fendey.
Twins' Curse: A true story of Horror and Deviance
The story of these twins is truly one-of-a-kind. Two identical sisters, born and bred in Wales, who communicated exclusively with each other for their entire lives, were inseparable. However, they also harbored an intense fear and hatred towards each other that was difficult for even modern-day psychiatrists to comprehend. Their story is full of unexpected twists and turns that may lead one to question whether they were cursed.
18 Months of Isolation: The Horrifying Reality of Reality Show(A true story)
"Susunu! Denpa Shonen" is a Japanese reality show which aired between 1998 and 2002, and gained a great deal of recognition. The show is known for placing comedians in extremely difficult situations, with each season presenting a unique and challenging experience.
5 Unconscious Triggers That Make You Fall for Someone: The Science of Attraction
Have you ever wondered what draws you to someone? While you might have a mental checklist of desirable traits or characteristics, there are also some peculiar factors that unconsciously attract you to others. These quirks might seem strange, and you may not even be aware of them. For instance, how could feeling anxious on a date be advantageous? Does it matter which ear you speak into when you first meet someone? And how can watching a scary movie featuring a clown improve your odds of securing a second date?
9 Principals Most People Learn Too Late
Providing life advice is a complex task. In most cases, the most valuable piece of advice someone can offer is that life is too intricate and erratic to be defined by a set of simple guidelines. Despite this fact, people often try to create rules and principles to govern life, as it's human nature to seek order and predictability. Unfortunately, life is not always that straightforward.
Fighting Depression, Domestic Abuse, Rejection, and Poverty to a Global Success
This is the story of a girl who grew up in a small town and enjoyed writing as a hobby. When she was just six years old, she wrote her first story about a rabbit named Rabbit who was sick with measles. She read the story to her mother who was impressed with her efforts and encouraged her to keep writing.