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Well, it arrived. Today I am 60 years old. I have been very nervous about what my children have planned for me. I implored them not to include my family, but no one called me at Thanksgiving except I was with my daughter. What I dread is surprises. Does anyone else struggle with that? Not knowing what will be happening is making me feel trapped and fearful. Gift of PTSD or my personality??
Quote from pinner - I saw a pin the other day that stated Bulimia: Twice the taste, zero the calories. It infuriated me...because little do they know what all it does to the body to purge even just one time, much less over and over again. Its far from glamorous. Plus...purging only rids your body of half, maybe a little more, of the calories consumed. Bulimia is not a way to simply undo a fun night of eating whatever one wants. Its a DISEASE and its horrible. I really wish people would…
Our mission is to RAISE awareness and contribute funding for DIPG research. DIPG affects 40 children a year in the UK with no direct Government funding, all research is supported by the parent led charities who have all lost a child to the disease. It may be too late to help our beautiful daughter but we can all commit to helping the DIPG families of the future. ANY donation that can aid research and development of new treatments for these children, who currently have NO options, is…
Do you know your status? Deep South remains epicenter of HIV/AIDS epidemic due to stigma, poverty
You may not have heard a lot about HIV/AIDS in the last 15-20 years, but according to Montgomery-based Medical AIDS Outreach everyone should be tested for the disease at least one a year. Those with multiple sexual partners should be tested every three to six months.