There are many reasons to enjoy life and live beautifully. While there are issues and problems, these cannot be avoided; you have all the means to move forward and shoo away from depression or anxiety. These issues can only bring you down when it’s not supposed to pull you to the ground.
Being unable to face the truths of life can make a person weak. They may have great dreams, but they are unable to confront their fears, thus making them at times helpless and with limited opportunities. Not even your family can help you with that since it is all you.
Mental Illness is the stigma of the mind that is common nowadays. The cases of patients battling with the illness have been increasing through the years. But, what if it happens in one of our family members? What can we do to support and help them recover from the illness?
“Mom!!! Sean is pulling my hair again!!! He is so mean, mom!”
And I heard my little Sean laugh with how he caused distress on his older sister, Sierra. Continue reading “How To Tame Your Cute And Naughty Toddler”
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Let me tell you about my family – my husband and my five children, a bit of my life.
I got married when I was young and still in college. My husband is an Islam believer, and for us to be together in marriage, I had to convert to Islam. I didn’t mind doing that for I loved him dearly. He was my knight in shining armor, my king, and I was his queen. I was 19, naive, gullible and too much in love to understand the married life.
Intermittent fasting is super popular these days. Even celebrities swear by it since they use this eating lifestyle as a way to lose weight. It is not a fad diet or a drop-weight-quick type of regimen. Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern backed up by science. Hugh Jackman said that for his role as Wolverine in XMEN, he had to trim down the fats and get lean. The actor had to do an extensive gym program. He also used intermittent fasting, and his observation on himself was a slimmer body, effective fat loss, and better sleep. Continue reading “Intermittent Fasting: Hype Or Real?”