Medically reviewed by Scientific Advisory Board — Written by Victoria Ramos on April 9, 2014 In cases of domestic abuse throughout the world, the stereotype involves a man abusing a woman. For some, however, the story goes the other way around. In figures quoted by HelpGuide.org, approximately one in three abuse victims areContinue reading Invisible Victims: When Men Are Abused
AS I sit here and listen to her arguing with her boyfriend for the trillionth time, right after I was her shoulder, right after she was telling me that she will not give him the time of day again, I realized she reminds me of a person playing with fire… She puts her hand inContinue reading Playing with fire
It is difficult to really say what song of Owl City my favourite might be so, I have decided just to share the songs as and when I feel like it. This song can be found on the Ultraviolet – EP and features Lindsey Stirling And now for the lyrics. Lyrics A spark soaring downContinue reading Beautiful Times by Owl City
A far better question to ask yourself, “How would I like to experience my life.” This question – asked so often – suggests that there is actually a plausible answer. Almost as if our being were a fixed thing. People who ask this sort of question are typically struggling with their identity and are searchingContinue reading Who Am I?
For many number of reasons, it’s really important to get to know yourself. To fully acknowledge the things you believe in; to recognize your thoughts and emotions; having clear what you are looking forward to, etc. All these things have an impact on your mind and shape you as a person. Even to know whatContinue reading Discover the real you and change your life
This story was written by an unknown author and was retrieved from my old Zenith Data System 386 laptop in 1997. Everyone in the apartment complex I lived in knew who Ugly was. Ugly was the resident tomcat. Ugly loved three things in this world: fighting, eating garbage, and, shall we say, love. TheContinue reading UGLY THE CAT