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Anxiety and how to handle it

Anxiety and how to handle it


Anxiety is the result of a desperate desire to control life and how life eventuates.

When experiencing anxiety we do not want an event to take place as we believe that that event will show that we do not have any control over life and that this is going to decrease our value and show us to be incompetent and not deserving to receive what life has to offer. 677 more words


Because I no longer care

“I no longer have patience for certain things, not because I’ve become arrogant, but simply because I reached a point in my life where I do not want to waste more time with what displeases me or hurts me. 179 more words

Parte Sa Kabuhi Ko

Scottish Independence Referendum


The clock is ticking towards probably the most crucial political decision ever faced by Scotland – “Should Scotland be an independent country: yes/no?


Before It Was Ghana: Photos from the U.N. Plebiscite in British Togoland, 1956

In 1956, Vladimir Fabry was assigned as Observer to the United Nations Plebiscite in British Togoland; which would vote to join the Gold Coast in May of that year, and on 6 March 1957, would become part of Ghana – the first African nation independent from colonial rule. 73 more words

United Nations

Independence Day - by Rebecca Fatharly

01 May 1707

The birth of a Nation.

At first tensions were high,

After much blood shed

By each side.

Years past

And warring factions… 119 more words

Culture Clash

Blog 12: listening to some people who say 'no'

I’ve been listening to some no-voting friends recently and re-reading what they’ve been saying. They’re all male and most around 60 or older. I have come to feel their sadness at the thought of independence being for them more of an end than a beginning. 317 more words