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Communication: 10 Comforting Things To Say To Someone With Mental Illness. Photo credit: ddalki3003 (Pixabay) Last week we discussed the worst things to ever say to someone with a mental illness.

Communication: 10 Comforting Things To Say To Someone With Mental Illness

Many viewers commented on what their personal experiences have been and how someone’s words simply tore them apart, confused them, hurt them, or even empowered them in the long run. What we say to someone who is struggling with something has a great deal to do with our knowledge-base, belief system, life perspective, and ability to care for someone. What we say also has a lot to do with how we have been treated when we have needed help. We are social animals who learn by experience.

It is important to know how to speak to someone who is struggling with a mental health condition. The last thing you want to do is make someone feel guilty, unimportant, or ousted for having a mental health condition that, in some cases, influences how that person behaves in the world. Se connecter à Facebook. Important Things From History Everyone Pictures Incorrectly. 1.

Important Things From History Everyone Pictures Incorrectly

The pyramids of Giza were originally white and shiny. image credit–> amazingbeautifulworld The Perception: Pyramids are a marvel of ancient engineering. Real-Life Legolas Debunks Hollywood Techniques With Historically Accurate Master Archery. I call him a real-life Legolas, but as the “fastest archer alive,” Lars Andersen is reportedly capabale of firing three arrows in 0.6 second—which makes him faster than Legolas.

Real-Life Legolas Debunks Hollywood Techniques With Historically Accurate Master Archery

In this video, he puts those hard-earned skills (which he polished while LARPing, of course) to use recreating the techniques he picked up from old manuscripts, while in the process debunking some of the classic Hollywood myths about archery. Andersen’s biggest pet peeve in movies? The quiver that archer characters wear on their back. “I recently read about a girl who did Katniss Everdeen (from Hunger Games) cosplay. She’d had to glue the arrows to the inside of the quiver to make sure they didn’t bounce out when she ran around,” he said. Necronomicon Tarot: Excerpt. The Tarot of Madness and Beauty The "unmentionable Necronomicon of the mad Arab Abdul Alhazred" is best known from the references that appear in the short stories of H.

Necronomicon Tarot: Excerpt

P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) and other authors who wrote stories grouped together as part of the "Cthulhu Mythos. " The stories are filled with tales of evil and horror, of ancient, all-powerful gods who once ruled the earth and who are trying to rule again. Recently, famed occultist Donald Tyson has written two books in this tradition. It's in the Cards The first thing you'll note about the 78 cards of this deck is the spectacular art by the well-known fantasy artist, Anne Stokes. The Dance – Sociopath and Empath. I am an empath, which to me means I have talents others don’t have and I also have weaknesses.

The Dance – Sociopath and Empath

I honestly can’t decide whether or not it’s good or bad to be an empath. It certainly makes me unique! I have experienced things like telepathy, mind reading, psychic visions, etc. without much effort. I can feel people’s emotions and I can relate to them and help them through it. These are all great things and I am grateful that I have these abilities. Assessment, Seducing and Mirroring. TEDs Controversy - 3 Threatening Talks They Tried to Censor. Nobody can ignore TED, a powerhouse of fast, mind-blowing and paradigm breaking talks that last around 20 minutes.

TEDs Controversy - 3 Threatening Talks They Tried to Censor

Experts in diverse fields such as anthropology, entrepreneurship, cosmology or brain science deliver a presentation all under the motto of ‘Ideas Worth Sharing’. But as TED has grown over the years and the TEDx events have spread to all the outskirts of our globe it seems it has shifted its focus from controversial ideas to the goal of preserving its own brand. Is it trying to defend science or is it trying to defend the ones who use science as a political tool?

Rich People Don’t Create Jobs Around a year ago TED banned Nick Hanauer‘s talk named ‘Rich People Don’t Create Jobs‘. How to Ditch Big Brother and Disappear Forever. You can disappear and still communicate. it's hard to do but you need to cultivate a online persona that is nothing like you.

How to Ditch Big Brother and Disappear Forever

Problem is that any Link to your past is a flashing "LOOK HERE" beacon. Used prepaid cellphones are great, they are usually registered to someone you do not know, buy a card and keep it running, in fact get several and be ready to ditch a phone if you think it's getting connected to you. Internet is easy, Open AP's are abundant. for the first few years use only open ap's and route all your traffic through a onion router. Finally you can set up a mail service to receive mail and not have it attached to you.

Several companies will receive mail for you, open it, scan it, and then email it. earthclassmail.com for example.

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Away From It All. Pjammer: My Favorite Liar. Ne of my favorite professors in college was a self-confessed liar.

pjammer: My Favorite Liar

I guess that statement requires a bit of explanation. The topic of Corporate Finance/Capital Markets is, even within the world of the Dismal Science, a exceptionally dry and boring subject matter, encumbered by complex mathematic models and economic theory. What made Dr. K memorable was a gimmick he employed that began with his introduction at the beginning of his first class: "Now I know some of you have already heard of me, but for the benefit of those who are unfamiliar, let me explain how I teach.

And thus began our ten-week course. This was an insidiously brilliant technique to focus our attention - by offering an open invitation for students to challenge his statements, he transmitted lessons that lasted far beyond the immediate subject matter and taught us to constantly checksum new statements and claims with what we already accept as fact. Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem. Monstropedia. Free Nature Sounds Mixer. Western Philosophy. 35 Amazing Uses For Old Pallets. Strange Things In Random Places!! How to make roses from leaves. Cool paper toy. Stop-motion Magic!