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It's Okay

15 parts that are trying to be okay

by Randi Fellows
Part 1

I am sitting next to a bully. The bully is a she, and she makes me very uncomfortable. 855 more words


Get What you Expect!

Until now, I used to believe that “we get what we deserve” or ” we get as per our efforts” but after my recent readings, I have got more insight on this subject and that seems nearer to my real life experience. 268 more words


Maybe The Point Of All This Is To Just Have Fun

I ask, you ask, your kid asks, Kanye asks, your creepy uncle asks: What’s the point?

Great question, Kanye and crew – maybe one that when answered in a less-than-magnanimous mood leads to an article like… 1,297 more words


The Uniquely "Mental Illness" Problem Of Not Being Able To Be Happy (Because Happiness Is Evil)

There is plenty of literature on depression. It ranges from tween tweets to casual blog posts to self-liberated mothers-turned-mentors;  academic articles and drug trials to biopic conspiracies about the “ 1,735 more words


Using the Services of UNPPG – A Professional Property Management Company

In reality anyone can manage a property, if they are prepared to deal with the risk and difficulties that come with renting. A good management company like United National Property Preservation Group is an integral part of safeguarding your property investment as it can add significant value to it, and make owning a rental property more rewarding. 300 more words


Adhering to DAFNE: some personal reflections

The last few posts on here have been about involving the public and patients in our research, and about introducing behavioural science principles to help people with type 1 diabetes to manage their condition better in the longer term. 1,184 more words


How to deal with unexpected change

Things change – and there is often very little you can do about it. From minor things to big plans that you put together with the best intentions, the likelihood is that things will not always go according to your plan. 494 more words