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  • Lizzie Velasquez: The Skinniest Woman in the World

    Lizzie Velasquez: Skinniest Woman World

    I saw this show advertised in my newspaperLizzie Velasquez: The skinniest woman in the worldI was reluctant to watch itAs I thought it was about someone with... Read more

    The 29 August 2014 by   Rubytuesday
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  • What Does the Word “family” Mean for You?

    What Does Word “family” Mean You?

    Whom does it include? Do you see your pet as a part of your family? Family, that’s definitely a strong word. It is something very important in my life for many... Read more

    The 08 August 2014 by   Darcsunshine
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  • Keeping Positive

    Keeping Positive

    A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. ~Herm Read more

    The 18 August 2014 by   Darcsunshine
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  • Being the Parent You Should Be

    Being Parent Should

    How many times have you caught yourself sounding like your mother? It has been said many times that children are a reflection of their parents and this is true. Read more

    The 20 August 2014 by   Darcsunshine
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  • When It’s Over (teen Relationships)

    When It’s Over (teen Relationships)

    Sometimes the healthiest relationships run their course and it becomes clear that the only option is to break up. Obviously, this can be a really hard call to... Read more

    The 22 August 2014 by   Darcsunshine
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  • Body Shapes

    Body Shapes

    When I was in treatmentWe had a body image class every weekOne week we had to wear leggings and a tight topWe had to look in the huge mirror (That was kept... Read more

    The 24 August 2014 by   Rubytuesday
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  • Dublin, Part 1

    Dublin, Part

    I spent the past couple of days in Dublin with my familyIt is my nephew's 14th birthday soonSo it was a treat for himI haven't been to Dublin in a long timeI di... Read more

    The 01 August 2014 by   Rubytuesday
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  • How Chronic Pain Saps Our Motivations and Desires - the Mechanism.

    Chronic Pain Saps Motivations Desires Mechanism.

    Fields gives a nice summary of work by Schwartz et al., who find a detailed synaptic mechanism for how chronic pain saps our motivations and desires. I pass on... Read more

    The 14 August 2014 by   Deric Bownds
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  • Life Has Unexpected Struggles and Hardships

    Life Unexpected Struggles Hardships

    Character and wisdom are sculpted over time.  They come with loss, lessons, and triumphs.  They come after doubts, second guesses, and exploring unknowns. Read more

    The 24 August 2014 by   Darcsunshine
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  • Early Life Anxiety in Monkeys and Humans Correlates with Connectivity Between...

    Early Life Anxiety Monkeys Humans Correlates with Connectivity Between Prefrontal Cortex Amygdala.

    A group of collaborators, mainly at the University of Wisconsin, including Ned Kalin and Richard Davidson, provide new information about the evolutionarily... Read more

    The 27 August 2014 by   Deric Bownds
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