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Being who you are must involve loss

Being who you are must involve loss
acknowledging that you will not be
who they want you to be

© Meisaan Chan

Poetry

No One In China Wants To Get Married Anymore, And It's Making Beijing Nervous

(Source: www.forbes.com)

If there’s one thing Cui Shuxin can happily live without, it’s marriage. The 29-year-old, who works as a director in a global public relations firm in Beijing, doesn’t want to tie the knot with her boyfriend any time soon, unlike her mother, who got married at 20. 862 more words

Money Matters

Famous & Infamous Births & Deaths 18th October

Today’s births and deaths paragraphs both start with a Pope, so without any further ado we see Enea Silvio Bartolomeo Piccolomini – a mild pornographic writer who went onto become Pope Pius II didn’t need a miracle to be born in 1405. 715 more words

To My Son On His Tenth Birthday (Chapter Two)

My second-born, my baby, you are ten today. How did that happen? You’ve always wanted to be older, and now you are. And I am so proud of you. 509 more words

The Beautiful Boys

My Homebirth Story

If you don’t appreciate the gory details of a good ‘ole birth story, here is the blog in a nutshell: I had a baby. It took 36 hours. 1,358 more words

They cut through what, now??? (Anatomy of a c-section)

This is a great prop to show what goes into a c-section! Often, parents think a c-section is just one cut and pull the baby out. 350 more words

Labor & Birth

My Birth Story

WARNING: This article contains real details about labour and delivery as well as after care. Read at your own risk. I would also like to say that while I do describe things being painful, it is not meant to scare anyone. 2,601 more words

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