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The Heaviness and Lightness of Love (L vs S 222)

But is heaviness truly deplorable and lightness splendid?

The heaviest of burdens crushes us, we sink beneath it, it pins us to the ground. But in the love of poetry of every age, the woman longs to be weighed down by the man’s body. 91 more words

The Ritualistic Human

Every morning I, or occasionally my wife, start off the day by making tea.  Specifically chai tea.  As an aside the word chai means “tea” in Hindi.  1,451 more words


A Loss for Words

The TV studio went quiet as we started the sound check. Back in the sound room, the club president was trying to get our mics to work. 190 more words


Apples Don't Fall Far From Trees

I recently traveled to Hilton Head, South Carolina to enjoy spring break with my sister and her family. Throughout this journey I encountered many families—some with older children and others with younger ones. 518 more words


Relationships between risky sexual behaviour, dysexecutive problems, and mental health in the years following interdisciplinary TBI rehabilitation

In individuals with TBI, risky sexual behaviour was associated with behavioural, cognitive and emotional dysexecutive problems, but not with anxiety or depression.

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Is It Really???

All I want to know is WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN!?!?

Does that mean that one person is involved with someone else and so you’re in a “Relationship” but “It’s Complicated”?   62 more words


Navigating Knee Pain: Part 1

Recently I started teaching a fitness class and have been told by so many people that they are afraid to exercise because of knee pain and I really was unaware that so many of us are suffering, I thought it was just me.. 798 more words