Everyone can be guilty of omitting things, even writers. But I’m not talking about my writing life. Here, I feel more free to speak my mind. And I know many of you can relate.
Just a Little Fever
It started innocently enough – just a little fever. The kind that makes you think a good night's sleep and a few over-the-counter pills will fix everything. Little did I know that this seemingly insignificant fever would unravel into a series of events that would reshape my perspective on life.
Ghana Where's Your Humanity? UK High Commissioner; "Corruption Holding Ghana Back" Ghanians Think It's Just Their Government She Meant Corrupt Citizens As Well
Thursday, 23 November 2023 By: TB Obwoge UK High Commissioner to Ghana, Harriet Thompson says corruption is "holding Ghana back!"
Annoying habits - if you don't stop doing that I'm going to scream!
The rhythmic tapping echoed through the room, a relentless assault on my sanity. It was a sound so innocuous yet increasingly infuriating, like a water droplet persistently hitting the same spot. I sat at my desk, trying to focus on the spreadsheet in front of me, but the tapping invaded my concentration, demanding acknowledgment.
The More I Lose, the More I Win
This is not a typical essay on weight loss. I am not a typical person. Don’t expect recipes for darling cupcakes made of cauliflower and kale. I am stubborn, smart aleky, protective, immature, sincere, intelligent, intuitive, and sometimes a pain to be around. You should learn from my mistakes. Also understand I am NOT a physician and have NO medical background whatsoever. You should always check with your doctor before you change anything in your life regarding your health, like skydiving or maybe having that weird mole checked out while you’re there.
Love in Tough Times
Introduction Love is a beautiful and complex emotion. When we say "I do," we pledge to love our spouse through thick and thin. But let's face it, no matter how much we love our partner, there are moments when we don't particularly like them. It's perfectly normal. After all, we're all unique individuals with our quirks, moods, and idiosyncrasies. In this article, we'll explore practical ways to love your spouse when you find yourself in one of those seasons where you don't always like them. We'll approach this topic with a light and friendly tone, because, after all, love should be a joyful journey!
Reigniting the Flame
Introduction Love, laughter, and intimacy are the cornerstones of a strong and healthy relationship. Yet, in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, couples often find themselves overwhelmed, stressed, and struggling to find time for the essential element of physical intimacy: sex. In this article, we will explore the challenges couples face in maintaining a satisfying sex life amidst the chaos of daily existence, offering practical tips to reignite the spark and overcome common obstacles.
Unpacking the Shadows of the Past
Introduction Childhood trauma, an insidious specter from our past, often lurks in the recesses of our minds, affecting the way we live our lives and shaping the very essence of our being. But what exactly is trauma, and how does it impact us? In this comprehensive article, we will delve deep into the world of childhood trauma, exploring its meaning, various examples, and its profound effects on our lives. We'll also investigate the intricate relationship between trauma and the nervous system, examine the repercussions of unaddressed trauma, and provide practical steps to recognize, learn from, and heal these emotional wounds. Moreover, we'll explore the intriguing concept of intergenerational trauma, how it can be passed down through generations, and what can be done to break the cycle.
10 Weird Habit- Amazing Benefits (Bad Habit example)
What is a habit and how to deteremine it is bad? A habit is a repetitive behavior or action that becomes automatic over time. It often follows a pattern of cue, routine, and reward, shaping our daily routines. To determine if a habit is bad, consider its impact on various aspects of life. Assess negative consequences, interference with goals, social implications, feedback from others, unwanted dependence, effects on mental well-being, legal and ethical considerations, and the difficulty in breaking the habit. Regular self-reflection and seeking input from others can help identify and address habits that may be harmful.
This year has been a hard one, probably the hardest one of my life so far. I have felt the saddest, the most lost, the most confused and have now settled on trying not to feel anything. I don’t talk as much and prefer to keep everything to myself. There is definite guilt because I have left friends and family behind in order to keep going. Not talking or sharing makes me feel better, as crazy as that sounds, it keeps me under control and still. I don’t know if what I’m doing is right or wrong but after losing myself for three months I’m too scared to try anything else. One thing I have been grateful to have is my full time job. When I’m at work I get to focus on something else for 8 hours and the conversations I have are pretty repetitive and comfortable for me. That was until yesterday.
In the pleasant town of Fairfax, Virginia, where white picket walls lined the roads, and youngsters played in all around kept yards, life went off in a strange direction on a common Wednesday morning. In the comfortable quarters of the closely knit local area, an episode happened that would shake the actual underpinnings of trust and solidarity.
Unraveling the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Echoes of Struggle: Tracing the Origins and Evolution of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has complex and multifaceted origins. It began to take shape in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, influenced by a combination of historical, political, and religious factors. Here's a brief overview: