Mental health is a fundamental right; the future of humanity depends on it.
Habits of Extroverts that Introverts Hate the Most (Part 2)
Unnecessary drama: Introverts know that everyone is busy with their lives and problems, so they’re in favor of minding their own business. They only express themselves if there is a need. They also don’t call people and think that voicing someone out may cause humiliation, so they can’t get over the level of confidence that extroverts have. Then, here comes the extroverts who consider that the world is circling around them, so they drive people to hear them by acting dramatically to grab all the attention in a gathering. Introverts have a little energy to listen to all the chaos created by an extrovert’s drama; they see it as immaturity and scarcity of self-awareness. Introverts and extroverts can fight over anything because they think very differently from each other. Despite all the differences in their perspectives, both extroverts and introverts live in a community that forces them to cope and mingle with one another, and they’ve to bear each other happily or unhappily.
Why the Male Gender Is the Worst, and How It’s Not Even Close
The male gender is the worse, more violent, and less balanced of the two traditional male and female genders. It’s not even close.
Habits of Extroverts that Introverts Hate the Most (Part 1)
Extroverts and introverts are people with quite contrasting personalities, so they often oppose each other because of dissimilarities in their viewpoints, regulations, and priorities. Some individuals think that introverts and extroverts are as opposite as black and white colors, while others accept that introversion and extroversion are two ends of a spectrum which means that people can behave like an introvert in some situations and like an extrovert in others. Although they’re living on the same planet, making friendships, and working together, the competition still happens because they suppose misinterpretation and mistreatment by each other.
How my life changed.
As you all know we all came out the womb of our mothers... but me I came out different. i was skinny and tiny and my parents thought there was something wrong with me but it wasn't, turns out i was just gonna be a skinny kid. As time went by i started turning 2, 3, 4, 5.i turned 4 and i had the time of my life, hanging out with my family having a smile on my face as usual. turning 8 went to a different school and didn't know anyone. I met my first real best friend in my new school and were still friends throughout this year of 2022.
Memories come flooding back to me in flashes. They transport me back over thirty years. I was a young lad at the time, a newbie to a rough and dangerous area. My parents, who were middle-class and bold to a fault, had decided to go there when my father received a federal government editing position. They'd signed a lease on a low-rent brick house that was likewise run-down, filthy, and strewn with garbage. Previous inhabitants were pigs who got along with bugs and rodents, to say the least.
CW:// open and frank discussion about anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, self-harm and suicide. Lies. People tell them all the time. Sometimes it's to stay out of trouble. Sometimes it's to get what they want. Sometimes they don't even know why they've lied.
You were never a real person.
Time and educating myself... that is what made me see the illusion. That is what actually saved me from the traumatic experience that was our fake relationship.
Living In An Open-Air Prison.
I was born in Izhevsk, Russia, but I was brought up in Gaza, Palestine. My father is originally from Gaza, once he got married in Izhevsk and I was born he came back to his home city along with my mother. I was about one year old when I came here.
What I thought was right
Having to drift through childhood with little care being given, little food provided and knowledge shared. Having to strike poses that please angry others in your teen years just to survive the winter within the alcoholic loveless households
May is For…
There are so many May Awareness initiatives it can be a bit cumbersome for sure. There are of course graduation goals, Mother’s Day, Cinco De Mayo, and Mental Health Awareness; just to name a few. I look to May for signifying Mental Health Awareness because it is so near and dear to my heart. I have and still am learning how to ‘deal’ with issues of my own. Through guidance and advise from others I know I will prevail; however, I worry about others too. Mainly, I am concerned about some I work with. I really think this is because we see our ‘work family’ more than we see our ‘bio’ family; so, we get to know their mannerisms very well.
Concept of 'Gender Ideology'
Discrimination against women The basis for discrimination against women lies in the division between the "public" and the "private" spheres. Equal treatment of women is still debated in the private sphere, where biological roles such as motherhood and childbirth remain the prime determinants of identity and role in society. Despite the fact that women now have more freedom and opportunities than ever before, gender ideology still privileges men over women in the realm of work, family, and marriage. Despite the recent ruling by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, this view is still prevalent in the private arena. Other practices of women in this mindset include domestic violence, incest, and marital rape, which remain considered private matters.
Why Ethical People do Bad Things?
Main Question Hitler did not drink alcohol, did not smoke, and loved music and painting. Annoyed by animal cruelty, he enacted animal protection laws for the first time in European history. He supported the environment and the family and respected women. These features are confusing along with the mass killings. However, these contradictions are not summed up in Hitler, even the most ruthless torturers may be compassionate fathers who are upset to see a wound on their child's finger.