Many people turn to drink when trying to escape their fears, their past or their troubles. Drinking to forget your worries for one night is not always a bad thing; it depends on what you are trying to forget.
This piece of writing discusses the physical, emotional and mental effects of depression and how it affects individuals differently. I was asked to discuss my personal experiences and how I choose to over come and conquer not only depression but the games society plays and the impact it has on one's emotional development.
It's not perfect and isn't finished by any standards but this is the general draft/copy so excuse the mistakes.
Inspirational quotes to help get you through any day, to help you see the positive, and to think better of yourself.
*Note* A number of quotes are written by unknown authors. As many have been identified as possible.
Quotes I have come upon that hold a lot of truth to them.
Not everyone will agree with these quotes. Not everyone will take something away from these quotes. Not every quote is completely accurate - some are true to a degree. Nevertheless, there is a lot of truth in these words.
*Note* - A number of the quotes are written by unknown authors. As many have been identified as possible.
Have you ever looked in the mirror and just hate what you see? I know that feeling. I won’t tell you my name right now I just want you to read my “story.”
Maybe you wonder why I put “” when I wrote story, these isn’t a story, some of you may call it story, but I feel these is a writing about feelings; my feelings.
This is a short writing about the con's of having camera's in the urine collection area to watch patients via video surveillance while collecting a urine specimen. I discuss the negative outcomes, the effects on moral of the patient populous and the possible legal ramifications due to 4th amendment violations.
This is a personal look at my own diagnosis of Peripartum Cardiomyopathy (PPCM). It is a form of heart failure brought on by pregnancy. Its not a completely rare disease, but it is definately a silent one...and one that is not routinely checked for when a woman is pregnant. I hope that by sharing my experience, others will read, share and help get the word out about PPCM, because mother's hearts depend on it.