Another form of abusiveness
I wish to stress upon.
How much can be tolerated,
before a light comes on.
This type won’t show a broken arm… 207 more words
by Ian Adams
During a class last week, a lady made the comment: “That’s the problem with police, you don’t show enough feeling. You don’t feel enough.” She’s adopted without examination that particularly dangerous leftist idea that this nation’s protectors are inhuman security robots, walking through the world without experiencing it. 1,112 more words
“Anxiety and interruptions are the enemy of creativity,” John Cleese said to the audience at the 2014 Miami Book Fair International. “Relaxation and downtime are essential.” I didn’t count myself among the diehard Cleese fans who surrounded me, necks craned forward, a collective twitter of laughter rippling upon their breath at his every quip. 1,491 more words
It is often described as a double trauma. Not just the loss of money, but also the loss of a relationship. This loss has been likened to losing a loved one in death or even to mental rape. 1,371 more words