I hate my first period. I used to love it, until a year back.
As soon as the school bell rang, we would all finish our chit chat at the corridor and hurry into the classroom. 2,044 more words
Many professionals encourage the natural inclinations of youth to seek aptitude and self-sufficiency in health care, especially in a gradual fashion, starting when your teen is aged 13 to 18. 509 more words
Ideally, culturally inspired communities continue to perform and follow rituals in order to keep the tradition and their unique identity. The first period bleeding is a girl’s transition to womanhood. 801 more words
Salem, MA has about 18 First Period houses (built during the first century of English settlement, approximately 116-20-1720). In his landmark studies, “Massachusetts and its First Period Buildings” (1979) and The Framed Houses of Massachusetts Bay, 1625-1725 (1979), architectural historian Abbott Lowell Cummings demonstrated that eastern Massachusetts contains the greatest concentration of First Period structures in the nation. 2,656 more words
I got my first period when I was 13 (I think?). I can remember seeing some blood on my sheets one morning and bundling them up, as if to hide them. 1,280 more words
I was 9 when I got my first period. I knew what it meant—I could get pregnant. What I didn’t know is exactly how you got pregnant and if… 492 more words
The oldest section of the Tuttle – Lord – Shatswell house at 88 High Street in Ipswich is said to have been built before 1690 as the home of John Shatswell, who came to join the Ipswich settlement in 1633 with his wife and four children. 1,821 more words