Incident 1 She: Why do I have to text you always? Why isn’t there any initiation from your side? He: I have been really busy. She: You are always busy. Sorry for bothering you. He: I never said that you bother me. I am sorry if I have made you feel so. She: You know what love, you have changed. He: Love, I am really trying not to. She: Take … [Read more...] about Speak Up!
This is a guest post by a lovely lady Almany Parsons. She is from Florida and currently a stay home mom with her 2 sweet girls and teaches online for VIPKID. She has a great knowledge in Psychology so I thought why not use it for a good purpose. Growing Up with an Alcoholic as a parent: I thought I was okay. What is it like growing up … [Read more...] about Effects of Being Raised by an Alcoholic Parent.
Psychopaths are everywhere. Many are violent criminals but many more are not. You can find them everywhere: in the office next door, at school, or while dating. They are EVERYWHERE. A psychopath is defined as someone who inflicts pain, misery and sometimes death on others with no conscience or empathy. No one knows exactly what causes psychopathy. Psychopathy is also … [Read more...] about Psychopaths are EVERYWHERE
I was going through an article on www.youthkiawaaz.com, that what are the stereotypes about working women, two points caught my eyes because I can relate to them. Which are: 1: Women With Ambitions Are Somehow Of Bad Character And Attract Unnecessary Attention From Men. 2: Careers For Women Are Also Pre-defined – Teaching, Nursing, Medical Doctors. Not Acceptable – … [Read more...] about Stereotypes about working women: A Personal Experience.
Rabindranath Tagore, some have heard and read about him some have not. Last week was his birthday. He was born in Calcutta on 7th May 1861 and died on 7th August 1941 in Calcutta. He was a Proud Indian He was a Writer, song composer, playwright, essayist, painter. And he received Novel Prize for 'Gitanjali' in the year 1913. Honestly speaking on my blog today I won't write … [Read more...] about Rabindranath Tagore