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I don’t think any one religion, deity, church group, etc. should build a church, synague, bank or a business on ground zero.
I think a memorial should be built similiar to the Vietnam Memorial and then inscribe everyone’s name who died on plaques so that their families who knew them can come and be thankful for the time they had on this earth and also worship in their own special way.
This would not put religion first but would honor the many people who died in that tragedy. They are the ones to be honored whether they were religious or not. They lost their lives and they should be the focus of any memorial place there.
It isn’t about religion it’s about Americans.
- written 2 years, 10 months ago – voted for by Alkaline , Pink Freud
People who suffer from depression create goals that are too large for them to succeed at in the amount of time they give themselves. Most depressive people want things to happen as they deem it too. They can’t seem to do the most important part and that is plan. They can’t stick to anything for any length of time but, lack the resources to come clean about it.
Be honest with yourself and help will come and your life can straighten out for the better. The longer you try to hide the fact that you don’t care about what happens the more things are going to get worse for you. Life and living is rewarded by continuous action.
You need help and support. You should talk to someone who can help you develop healthy guidelines and tools for governing your life so that it is rewarding to you.
Life is precious and you can find joy.
- written 3 years, 11 months ago – voted for by trekkie, Norah
I know this feeling, I have had it too. I was at one time very anxious to have friends and when I tried really hard, nothing happened. I was getting more and more upset because of non-acceptance. Then when I seeked help the psyc. said: “that I should not be eager and let them come to me” “just be myself and I will attract people that are like me.” This is what I really wanted all along. I didn’t want to be the life of the party as much as I just wanted acceptance for who I am.
So I stopped trying so hard and then some of the people began to say that I was really cool, that I was tough because I became my own person and wasn’t subjected to the wants of others. I felt really good because I didn’t have to try so hard, and people knew me for who I really am. I didn’t have to perform anymore and this was a great weight lifted. Hope this helps.
- written 4 years, 3 months ago – voted for by Chunkymoves
There is a website called “SparkPeople.com”. They are free and they have several tools in order to lose weight and stay healthy with exercizing.
There is also several Community Boards on Sparkpeople where you can talk to other people and learn how they made it to losing the weight they needed too.
There are a lot of emotional reasons as to why we gain weight. One of them is to reward ourselves with food over every happy and sad time in our lives. Once we find whats controlling us to over eat we can began to lose weight. I believe losing weight is a state of mind more than anything else.
Dr. Oz is offering a signup for women to lose weight with the Weight Watchers program. He is also offering a $1 million dollar prize for their story.
I also believe that when we are in good shape, physically fit, we look pounds thinner anyway. So I stayed away from the scale, because to use it was daily torture to see it go up and done again. I looked in the mirror and I could tell how my clothes were beginning to fit better.
There are also several food trackers available online. I did track what I ate. It’s an eye-opener. I kept a tablet on the kitchen counter and wrote down everything I ate. Then once a day I added it to the food-tracker.
In short it goes like this, if you want to weigh 130 lbs you have to eat 1300 calories a day. It takes 3500 calories of over-eating to gain a pound. It’s not just over-eating it is also lack of exercise. So if you exercise 30 mins at high-impack aerobics lets say, that’s around 300-400 calories burned a day.
I lost 38 pounds with the South Beach Diet and I haven’t gained that back. I am not were I want to be but, it’s a life jouney for me. Please don’t starve yourself, it only makes things worse. Take care of your body with good nutrition and it will serve you well your entire life. Good luck to you.
- written 1 year, 5 months ago – voted for by ☆★space⋆junk.
To create a resume with no experience should reflect your accomplishments and your skills.
Accomplishments suchas: educational awards, grade levels, Sport awards, volunteer work, certificates of good deeds, etc. you get my drift.
Regarding your skills, did you work in some area besides school? Did you help someone achieve a goal. Did you work at school on some project, perhaps a school play, etc.
What people are looking for is someone who is goal orientated, someone who values their work and takes pride in what they do. If you can prove that in a resume then that is all you need.
Good luck to you. And their are several sights that offer free resume samples, MSN is one of them. They cover all walks of life in general, from the returning housewife to the student.
- written 1 year, 5 months ago – voted for by Chunkymoves
Good luck to you and hopefully you will see that honesty is the best policy. There are a lot of good people out there who want to see you succeed, just believe it.
- written 9 months, 4 weeks ago
It is always good to tell the truth, they find out anyway.
People do make mistakes. The difference between a good employee and a bad one, is that they can’t admit to their mistakes and move on to never let it happen again.
Tell them, by now I think they will want the rest of the money anyway and you really don’t owe it. You can’t go through life hiding mistakes and paying for them.
Keep the faith that there are people out there who are willing to give you another chance.
- written 10 months ago
My whole family suffers from one form of anxiety to another. Social anxiety can be softened if you join a small group of people. I don’t know what your talents are or skills are but, if you would consider volunteer work, working for a political candidate, working in a hospital, etc. this may just help to bring you back.
There are a lot of nice people out in the world, you have to position yourself to be able to meet them.
There’s no pressure with volunteer work to out perform yourself and other’s that’s why it’s acceptable to most people. Good luck to you, I wish all the best.
- written 1 year ago
It takes a year before divorces are actually final.
- written 1 year ago
I would just nicely remind your boss when called upon to work how many hours you have worked already. She/he is probably into results and doesn’t keep track of salaried employees hours, so she/he thinks that they will keep demanding.
Make sure if you can that you two are alone, as to not bring attention to everyone else that you are making a stand or complaint.
If they ask you to work I would simply say, “You know I have already put in “X” amount of hours this week, right! If they get mad don’t do it again until you have another job lined up with less hours.
All companies are running lean and mean and they take really dicated employees and make them work their bums off. A couple of my family members are in management and they are working “70-90″ hours a week.
Good luck to you.
- written 1 year ago