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When we are injured, we feel an acute pain. When we are sick, having affection for a longer period of time, we feel a chronic pain. Three quarters of the intensity of the pain we encounter comes from our subconscious mind, and we can diminish it, we can control it.
The article is information on heart transplants. It gives data and care instructions in detail.
I was talking to a friend as I was riding up to this public library I am doing this article in, and we were talking about immortality, while earlier today, I was also thinking about the reality of responsibility while also thinking about the New York Times Square incident with a man d...
Millions of people in the United States use prescription painkillers or opioid pain relievers. Many take oxycontin to relieve pain but abuse it and become dependent on it.
This is quite a disturbing title; yet, what is even more disturbing are the statistics involved with human and sex trafficking.
Realistically, what we can expect from life is what we give to it. Service, is not just a word, but a way of being that starts from within. A cheerful heart in life makes one more powerful and effective. Doing things with a grudge or a nervousness about it (of course) makes a person w...
During 40 years of providing Counseling, I learned that not everyone is entitled and therefore not everyone leaves the interview happy.This can be stressful for the service provider. I suggest the enclosed strategy.
The eighteen to thirty-five age group is at a stage of physical and psychological development that should be full of enthusiasm and vitality, characteristic of young adult life.
An article about the diversity that exists within human sexuality.
Is any of your family member, friends or colleagues an alcohol addict? Recovering from drug addiction to living a healthy, positive life is not an easy one. The individual has to be committed, hardworking and ready to live a changed life. If you are unwilling to give up using drugs, t...
what exactly the steps are to recovering from an addiction.
My coping up with what I experienced that time really helps me to continue to struggle and live my life to the fullest.
There are two main reasons why you shouldn’t hesitate to get that appointment any longer.
Realistically speaking, all pain is temporary, and much pleasure is memorable. But the only pain that seems permanent to some is fear. That is what I want to talk about in this article, having permanent courage facing it all down and getting through it.
When you are driving home and you see that you are being followed, most likely these people behind you have some intentions up their sleeves.
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