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  1. ProducerMia Morales

    Mia Morales

    How to Change-Up the Monotonous Healthy Dinners
    How to Change-Up the Monotonous Healthy Dinners Healthy Does Not Mean BoringMoving away from prepackaged, unhealthy foods does not mean a plate of steamed vegetables every night. Expand your horizons and get your whole family looking forward to dinner time with some simple approaches to healthy...
  2. ProducerLisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Beauty and the Brain
    Beauty and the BrainIt's no wonder Mid-life can hit some of us harder than others. Let's face it, many of us gain weight in places we can't hide, new wrinkles appear at a higher rate of frequency and for many women, their boobs also expand like balloons. Sometimes I...


    Deborah Levine
    30/04/2017 #14 Deborah Levine
    The unhappiness with our physical selves seems to be a life-long reality. The temptation in mid-life to re-boot our bodies and faces is particularly strong, but not novel, alas.
    Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    30/04/2017 #13 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    interesting post. thx foe sharing Bee team
    David B. Grinberg
    30/04/2017 #12 David B. Grinberg
    Thanks for this good read, Lisa. I think former actors/actresses, models, and L.A./Beverly Hills types, generally, are more likely than most to feel insecure about their appearance for a variety of reasons. Most notably, influential institutions ranging from the Hollywood movie industry to the NYC fashion and advertising industries have created a dangerously false narrative in popular culture that all women should look like models and/or stick figures. I never understood this logic because who wants to look emaciated, unhealthy, ill, or just fake? Secondly, who wants to go under the knife voluntarily? Every surgery is dangerous to an extent, and this is true with the types of surgical procedures pointed out in the video. In short, vanity comes at a high cost, both literally and figuratively.
    The bottom line is that, in the USA at least, we still live in a superficial society where looks and appearance are valued more highly by popular culture than more important factors -- such as content of character, for example. This continues to not only be a sad statement about societal values, but also highly negative to the self-esteem and self-confidence of women and girls. Do you agree?
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    30/04/2017 #11 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #9 Thanks @Savvy Raj and thanks for the share!
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    30/04/2017 #10 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #8 I guess it led her body to the Operating room LOL!
    Savvy Raj
    30/04/2017 #9 Savvy Raj
    Another share direct from the heart by @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher... Love your hearty buzzes.
    Pascal Derrien
    30/04/2017 #8 Pascal Derrien
    MInd will lead the body not the other way round ... just sayin :-)
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    30/04/2017 #7 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #6 Im afraid of surgeries too. For the last 4 weeks ive been working out 4-5 days a week but Im not seeing great results. I have concluded that I just need to embrace each day and not worry about my perception of me. Good for you @🐝 Fatima G. Williams View more
    #6 Im afraid of surgeries too. For the last 4 weeks ive been working out 4-5 days a week but Im not seeing great results. I have concluded that I just need to embrace each day and not worry about my perception of me. Good for you @🐝 Fatima G. Williams, beach bods without a care united! 😘✌🍸 Close
    🐝 Fatima G. Williams
    30/04/2017 #6 🐝 Fatima G. Williams
    Have a body ! Go to the beach :) Got it @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher I ain't worrying about my non-existent tummy anymore LOL and I'm scared of surgeries.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    30/04/2017 #4 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #2 I have to agree Brian. I think men have the added pressure of looks to a certain degree too. Think of the 'hair transplant' commercials, viagra, 6 pack abs etc... so you're right, there are societal pressures on both men and women. I would like to say women are harder on themselves but I think men can be just as hard on themselves, they just don't share it out loud like we women do. Not all women are money driven and not all men are driven to women because of exterior beauty. Social Media and TV add so much more pressure though!
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    30/04/2017 #3 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #1 I thought she looked just fine before her surgery too @Gloria 🐝 🐾 💫 ☕ Ochoa. I didn't realize young gals are dying their hair to look older, that is funny in an odd way. Just when I think I have things partially figured out, they change again. I'm with you on the hair, that's one thing I'm not ready for... total gray! This will sound gross but when I see liposuction and how they jam that tube in and out it makes me weak at the knees which goes to your thought, the long term effects? At some point these women will have to accept that they are growing old and it may be a very rude awakening. I always tried to teach my daughter to focus on her strengths and and also great emphasis was put on how we treated others but there's no getting past the teen angst so many girls go through. I see the beauty of her personality shine now, which makes me happy!
    Brian McKenzie
    30/04/2017 #2 Brian McKenzie
    Society places value of women on beauty and of men on money - when you hit the Wall / or go Bust - appropriately, society is done with you. Off to the next binge worthy widget for social fodder and entertainment. Live fast, die young, leave a beautiful corpse - it ever was such.
    Gloria 🐝 🐾 💫 ☕ Ochoa
    30/04/2017 #1 Anonymous
    She was (still is) pretty before all that surgery! We put too much emphasis on youth. Do I wish I looked younger or firmer or didnt have a few laugh lines? Yeah...I do sometimes. (eh hem...I get a little help from Loreal in the hair department--have you seen that kids are dying their hair gray, white, silver because they want to look older? Oh..that makes me laugh! ) I think it is all society making us feel bad about growing (hopefully) more wiser, more skilled and more empathetic to those that have not learned the lessons one acquires as they grow another year older. ;) I dont quite understand the shifting of "fat' from one spot to another like companies move departments around the office. Im sure in a few more years there will be medical health issues cropping up because of it. Love this post...we could chat so much on this one for sure.
  3. Skip Stein

    Skip Stein

    Healthy Thought for the Week of April 30th, 2017
    Dealing with Health ~ For Everyone.

    Normally I post pretty general items but this one is targeted at those of us over 50 (I am WAAY over). Unfortunately, disease no longer respects age and now attacks the younger with a vengeance that often prevents you from even achieving 55+.

    Do you currently take medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes? Do you get headaches? Is your waist line more than ½ your height? Are you considered 'obese', or just a little heavy with a pot belly?

    Well join the crowd! As Americans age, the lifestyle of the young and restless starts to catch up with us all. All the stress of 24X7 work schedules and availability (cell phones, internet, Twitter, Facebook, etc.) causes huge amounts of stress which can damage the body, suppress the immune system and raise your blood pressure.
    Dealing with Health
    newtimers4life.com Dealing with...
  4. Warren Seed

    Warren Seed

    Fill your body with nutrition. Warren Seed
  5. ProducerMichael D. Stephens
    What Is The 310 Shake And Does It Really Work?
    What Is The 310 Shake And Does It Really Work?After a lot of research here what we’ve compiled for you as a 310 shake review: What is the 310 shake? The 310 shake is a meal replacement powder, the ingredients are 310 TRI-PLEX Protein Blend (pea protein, rice protein, hemp protein),...
  6. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    Little known facts about death of Penguins
    Little known facts about death of PenguinsThanks to  Derwyn for this one. I never knew this! Did you ever wonder why there are no dead penguins seen on the ice in Antarctica - where do they go? Well, wonder no more! It is a fact that the penguin is a very ritualistic bird, which lives an...


    Royce Shook
    29/04/2017 #4 Royce Shook
    Thank you, it is always nice to see that a few people share my off-beat sense of humour.
    Don Philpott
    29/04/2017 #3 Don Philpott
    I'm giving you the bird;)
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    29/04/2017 #2 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    Lisa's all shook up and for a darned good reason! :) And wait...I almost took the bait ;)
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    29/04/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    You actually had me believing they did this ritual. Now I'm snorting, because I'm so damn naive at times. Cant.Stop.Laughing.!!
  7. Lori Boxer

    Lori Boxer

    For many overweight and obese people, "everything in moderation” often turns into eating “everything in the house.”
    Lori Boxer
    Everything in Moderation? Not Exactly!
  8. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    Ever thought of phasing into retirement?
    Ever thought of phasing into retirement?As I listened to the participant in my workshop discuss how important it was for us as we retire to pass on our wisdom to younger workers, I remembered this saying, All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. When I went home, I looked up some...
  9. ProducerTricia Mitchell

    Tricia Mitchell

    What's Keeping You Cold?
    What's Keeping You Cold?Pamela, her real name, has kindly given permission to use her story as a case study. Pamela was in her late forties. She complained to me that she always felt cold at night. It didn’t matter what time of year it was, nor how many layers she...


    Tricia Mitchell
    28/04/2017 #5 Tricia Mitchell
    #1 hi @Joyce Bowen thanks for reading and commenting on this one. I appreciate it. I had a brief look at the type of things you write about and saw a lot of trauma. It's no wonder you get cold - your body is reacting. When I work with clients and they start to become cold, I know we're getting closer to a significant event or trauma, as their body goes into stress. I used to be an interpreter and too much exposure to the plight of others left me feeling emotionally burned out. It's why I got into tapping (EFT), to release the trapped emotions in my body. Warm wishes as you continue to write about the darker parts of life.
    Tricia Mitchell
    28/04/2017 #4 Tricia Mitchell
    #2 Hi @Deb 🐝 Helfrich thanks for the warm welcome. I totally agree about our perceptions of events in our life and our environment creates dis-ease in the body. Even when bones break, you can trace back to the root cause (bones are strong and give our body shape & protect our organs, through the skeletal frame; if we believe we are not strong enough, the body adapts to reflect the mind and bones can then weaken). Bacteria also has a function e.g. when the body is trying to do the opposite of whatever caused it to adapt in the first place, so it can achieve homeostasis. Holding on to anger and injustice of it shouldn't have happened... or being stuck, was my classroom for many years! Thank you so much for taking the time to read my post, share your thoughts and follow me.
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    28/04/2017 #3 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    #1 I know I am not alone in the beBee community regarding you as a fiery defender of the young, A person who is lighting up injustice so that it is eradicated. Your chilly life taught you how to generate your own fire, @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee View more
    #1 I know I am not alone in the beBee community regarding you as a fiery defender of the young, A person who is lighting up injustice so that it is eradicated. Your chilly life taught you how to generate your own fire, @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee.

    Self-talk will always be present. But we can start to observe and then trend what we say inside our head's to be about championing what we are good at, and highlighting our strengths. But often the way to start that process is to open our ears to what others say about us. Close
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    28/04/2017 #2 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    Welcome to beBee, @Tricia Mitchell, glad to have you buzzing around the hives. This is a meaningful first post. How we react to what happens is a major component of what manifests in our lives as unwellness and/or dis-ease. Of course, bones break and bacteria take over, but our thoughts about situations and how they shouldn't have happened or how we refuse to move forward can create physical problems that replicate our thoughts.
    Joyce 🐝 Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    28/04/2017 #1 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    The more I write about disturbing things, the colder I get. It has been a chilly life. So glad for this post.
  10. ProducerMichael D. Stephens
    Do Meal Replacement Shakes Aid In Weight Loss?
    Do Meal Replacement Shakes Aid In Weight Loss?Meal replacement shakes aim to provide nutrition of a whole meal. Some are available in a can or bottles and some come in powdered form. They contain about 200-400 calories with a good amount of vital nutrients. Meal replacement shakes are an...
  11. Veronica Ochoa

    Veronica Ochoa

    No words. Have we really come to this a Nespresso-like machine to squeeze juice at a retail purchase price of $400? Can engineering and innovation use these same capitalistic business start-up models to tackle real problems like food insecurity/food security and malnutrition vs catering to people who can justify spending 8-17 USD on perishable juice packs which can be squeezed by hand just as efficiently? I see huge fails in this and the premise of providing "exclusivity' to a lifestyle which only few can afford is mind boggling. #juicero #whenstartupsgowrong
    Veronica Ochoa
    Silicon Valley’s $400 Juicer May Be Feeling the Squeeze
    www.bloomberg.com Two investors in Juicero were surprised to learn the startup’s juice packs could be squeezed by hand without using its...
  12. ProducerMichael D. Stephens
    How Does Meal Replacement Shakes Aid In Weight Loss?
    How Does Meal Replacement Shakes Aid In Weight Loss?Eating healthy, as satisfying and easy as it sounds, is something hard to maintain in the fast-paced lives many of us live. The nutrition we need to live a healthy lifestyle is out of reach for the busy mothers, workaholic fathers and carefree...
  13. ProducerElise Morgan

    Elise Morgan

    Detox with a Spring Cleanse
    Detox with a Spring CleanseNow the spring is finally here, it’s time to do some cleaning and we’re not talking only about your home, but also your body. Unfortunately, toxins are more present in our lives today than ever before. They are in the food we eat, the water we drink...
  14. ProducerIan Weinberg

    Ian Weinberg

    InspireA true story. Not for the faint-hearted!I’m sitting here alone in my consulting suite. My back is aching as well as my hands, after a grueling ten hour surgical list. On my screen is the MRI scan of a patient whose brain tumor was successfully...


    Ian Weinberg
    28/04/2017 #59 Ian Weinberg
    #57 Thanks for that @Tausif Mundrawala
    Tausif Mundrawala
    28/04/2017 #58 Tausif Mundrawala
    We can aspire to inspire. Wow! I have been postponing reading this wonderful buzz by clicking to it but due to some work I couldn't finish it. Today I made it a point to finish it somehow or the other. You have proved that doctors are like angels for those who needs to undergo treatment on urgent basis. I was totally immersed in each and every word as the entire setting and situation sprang back to life the way it happened. The last paragraph of this buzz was motivational enough. You described very well the kinds of people who needs better care.

    I am glad that I fulfilled the promise made to myself and thanks for sharing this fantastic buzz with us, @Ian Weinberg
    Tricia Mitchell
    28/04/2017 #57 Tricia Mitchell
    #54 you're welcome @Ian Weinberg thank you for giving us a window into your wisdom.
    Ian Weinberg
    28/04/2017 #56 Ian Weinberg
    #55 Thanks very much for the kind words @🐝 Fatima G. Williams
    🐝 Fatima G. Williams
    28/04/2017 #55 🐝 Fatima G. Williams
    A life changing read in many ways. In terms of people and the need to help others and ourselves. I did cry when I read how you met that 10 year old girl now a women cherishing the life you helped her to continue living. Doctors are in many ways God. A faith that can make or break us. "Aspire to inspire by walking the walk" a fantastic message to take away. Thank you @Ian Weinberg I see that you are a caring human, an outstanding surgeon and hope and pray for more surgeons like you out there. The world needs more doctors with the heart to give than just with the need to take as is the case in most places in the current medical world.

    A standing ovation at your smartness and blessed heart. Thank you
    Ian Weinberg
    28/04/2017 #54 Ian Weinberg
    #52 Thanks for that Tricia. I'll check it out.
    Ian Weinberg
    28/04/2017 #53 Ian Weinberg
    #51 Thanks for that @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher Maximize on the good stuff and do what you can for others, but ensure your own gratification needs are also met! Best wishes.
    Tricia Mitchell
    28/04/2017 #52 Tricia Mitchell
    Wow @Ian Weinberg what a beautiful piece you've written here and an amazing conclusion. My own path of auto-immune antibodies and lack of an answer from medics led me on a journey of discovery towards a biopsychosocial model of dis-ease via energy psychology practices (starting with Reiki & Emotional Freedom Techniques, to arrive at META-Health (a scientific framework, that has its foundations in German New Medicine, which details emotions & beliefs specific to organ tissues & the corresponding brain layer the organ tissue relays to) & mBraining coaching - the cardiac, enteric, cephalic, reproductive brains & ANS intelligence). I totally get the significant life event preceding dis-ease you write about that creates the bio-logical conflict. Different paths & expertise, yet the same illuminating conclusion. I believe my clients are my teachers & reflect what I need to learn/heal within me.Your work sounds absolutely fascinating. I mention META-Health as it may interest you. Here's Dr Anton Bader (he can read a brain scan and tell what the biological conflict is, which organ tissue & if it's active or resolved) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5WR6RKrJKg
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    28/04/2017 #51 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    I was moved to tears reading this @Ian Weinberg. What a wonderful man and surgeon you are. I can't imagine the times you worked so hard and fate didn't want to cooperate. I'm sure those are the times you remember the most. How enlightening to read the story of the 10 year old who you met much later in life. I think your meeting was meant to be. I love how you ended your story, "And we can't control everything and fix things to conform to our own expectations. But one thing we can always do …. we can aspire to inspire!" I agree and honestly, this is something I've been working on. It comes easy at times and other times depending on what we are going through we need to be self aware. My husband is going through a tough time right now for various reasons. I have been trying hard to inspire him and pamper him because he needs it. I hope it helps. Inspiring story!
    Ian Weinberg
    28/04/2017 #50 Ian Weinberg
    #48 Thanks again @Deb 🐝 Helfrich for sharing important insights.
    Ian Weinberg
    28/04/2017 #49 Ian Weinberg
    #47 Thanks Melissa
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    28/04/2017 #48 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    I have to reiterate the awe-inspiring accolades - this is such a well-crafted piece of writing. In each human life there is a time and place for the intricate processes and procedure that contemporary medicine excels in, as well as a time and a place to learn to use our thinking equipment to support our own best healing and life outcomes.

    The highly skilled and exhaustively intense work that you perform, @Ian Weinberg, is so tremendously necessary in times of acute trauma, but even with coaching, it is up to the owner of the brain to decide how to regard this episode of their life. As gruelingly hard as those hours of surgery clearly were, your life-saving work is a tiny fraction of someone's life. If they don't cherish their own life and reinforce this belief with their consistent thought processes there is a risk that their body won't be able to fully heal if they cannot learn to live in a calm, relaxed, and grateful parasympathetic state.

    The more we open up to just how much influence our thoughts have on the efficient functioning of our immune system, via the ways we stress ourselves with limiting and self-defeating thoughts, the more we can pair up the skills of medical interventions with the appropriate mindset needed to ensure our body can devote all required resources to healing during a crisis.

    Melissa Hefferman
    28/04/2017 #47 Anonymous
    Woah, snarly isn't a common word and I used it in a festering thought in my brain and World yesterday... there is something here for me to learn, yes, and your scientific approach does wonders for ones reflective understanding. "It’s not about being driven to changing other people. It’s about applying those changes to yourself." Inspiring, you are, THANK YOU! *clapping*
    Ian Weinberg
    27/04/2017 #46 Ian Weinberg
    #45 Thanks very much @Jerry Fletcher
    Jerry Fletcher
    27/04/2017 #45 Jerry Fletcher
    Ian, I am in awe.

    I thought, what would a brain surgeon write about. Now I know. I thought, what else intrigues a man poking inside of heads. Now I know. I thought, will there be a connection. Now, I know.

    A brain surgeon can write about the troubles of the soul. A brain surgeon can be intrigued with how thoughts and beliefs can physically heal or maim. A brain surgeon can shed light on matters we seldom glimpse and find the words that can make them visible to the rest of us. Thank you.
    Ian Weinberg
    27/04/2017 #44 Ian Weinberg
    #42 Thanks Robert
    Ian Weinberg
    27/04/2017 #43 Ian Weinberg
    #41 Thanks very much for that Aaron
    Robert Cormack
    27/04/2017 #42 Robert Cormack
    Profound experiences, @Ian Weinberg, and to think thirty years ago, the mortality and morbidity rates for such cases was so high. There are miracles, and it's interesting to see they're manmade instead of "heaven sent." Good piece and very inspiring. Thanks.
    Aaron Skogen
    27/04/2017 #41 Aaron Skogen
    WOW! Outstanding post @Ian Weinberg! I spent a bit of my time as a medic. I loved my time spent in that profession as the field of medicine has always intrigued me. I was one who, however, "preferred" a trauma call over a general medical. Preferred is the wrong word really, I hated to see people hurt, but as a Medic, trauma's were somewhat easier to manage for me anyway. Thankfully my regular partner was the opposite, as she preferred the general medical calls.

    Anyway, this is a great story. You touch on a great point about recovery and dealing with injury in this piece Ian. I am often amazed at how attitude and our ability to manage emotions can impact our health and well-being. Your spot on, that's up to the individual to choose and not you. I went through an executive leadership coaching session recently with a small cohort and the phrase "Aspire to Inspire" was used by our coaches. The phrase is so applicable, regardless of our "field" of work.

    Well done Sir, very well done!
    Royce Shook
    27/04/2017 #40 Royce Shook
    Thank you for your uplifting story and your skills. My wife had Brain surgery two years ago and I appreciate the skills needed to do this job.
  15. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    Five Tips for Effective Retirement Planning
    Five Tips for Effective Retirement PlanningAs people start thinking about the Spring and planning for taxes, those within five years of retiring or younger should consider the advice given here.Planning for retirement can be a time of great anticipation as well as great anxiety. And, given...


    Simone Luise Hardt
    27/04/2017 #1 Simone Luise Hardt
    hi Royce :) thanks for sharing these facts ;)
  16. ProducerEduardo Valente

    Eduardo Valente

    Pousada em Paraty
    Pousada em ParatyPousada em Paraty . Um refúgio de tranqüilidade e paz para relaxar e renovar suas energias: como a Pousada Bromélias em Paraty.Construída em harmonia com uma natureza em uma área de 500.000 m2 em plena Mata Atlântica, próxima de 3 praias (Prainha e...
  17. ProducerMichael D. Stephens
    What Are 310 Shakes Like?
    What Are 310 Shakes Like?Meal replacement shakes are not only meant for weight loss but also to keep you healthy in general. The 310 shake is made with the best natural ingredients from all over the world. The 310 shake is different and unlike anything you’ve tried...
  18. Krishta-Gay Lewis
    Hello All.
    I am sharing with you one of my Fiverr gigs. If you are creating recipes and need assistance calculating the nutrition facts for each, feel free to contact me via Fiverr or kaylharewood@gmail.com. Feel free to share with friends!
    Krishta-Gay Lewis
    calculate the nutrition facts for your recipe
  19. Lori Boxer

    Lori Boxer

    When you feel you're about to go 'off' your diet, when the anxiety starts kicking in, ask yourself one question: “Can I ride it out just for this moment—this hour?”
    Lori Boxer
    Episode 95 - When You Want To Quit, This Question Is It
    bit.ly Can I do it right...
  20. Lori Boxer

    Lori Boxer

    Every situation and every relationship brings with it a few bumps along the way, and most are worth fighting for and/or working through. But, in my opinion, and the rule I've lived by for my own personal well-being is this: If a situation (i.e., the company you work for, the neighborhood you live in, the book club you belong to or the bowling team you're on, etc.) or a person (our mates, our friends, our co-workers, etc.) brings more anxiety, stress and unhappiness into our life than it does fulfillment, eager anticipation, joy and happiness . . . it's time to walk away. When the detriments consistently outweigh the rewards, it's time to move on.

    A thought-provoking article by Tom English.
    Lori Boxer
    Learning When to Walk Away.
    www.linkedin.com When I was a boy I loved playing out with the other kids in the neighbourhood. Over time this involved everything from making sandcastles in...
  21. Lori Boxer

    Lori Boxer

    Here's an example of how you can eat more food for the same (and oftentimes, less) calories . . . and stay fuller longer! Lori Boxer
  22. ProducerLori Boxer

    Lori Boxer

    Take a Load off Your Feet
    Take a Load off Your FeetAs people get heavier they are, literally, crushing their feet.Think of it: Your feet are responsible for carrying your whole entire body around. Excess weight, however, changes the way the foot functions. Carrying extra body weight greatly...
  23. ProducerMichael D. Stephens
    The Difference Between Replacement & Protein Diets
    The Difference Between Replacement & Protein DietsWhat are meal replacement shakes and meal replacement diet plans? Weight loss shakes along with meal replacements such as protein bars, drink, soups, puddings and other snacks are made to replace meals throughout the day to help you lose...
  24. ProducerTerapeuta Margarita Castellanos
     6 virtudes y 24 fortalezas del carácter, Peterson y Seligman (2004). Sabiduría.
    6 virtudes y 24 fortalezas del carácter, Peterson y Seligman (2004). Sabiduría.Establecidas las seis virtudes nucleares (coraje, justicia, humanidad, templanza, sabiduría y trascendencia), el paso siguiente de desarrollo fue recurrir a un panel de expertos a fin de generar una lista de fortalezas del carácter a incluir en la...
  25. Lori Boxer

    Lori Boxer

    In my opinion, technology is definitely sculpting the communication and relationships of people of all ages, but more so of our young people. The propensity for Skype, text and Facebook, among other online and mobile methods, puts control and convenience at the forefront, but at the great cost of genuine connection. The era of technology means that many (I would dare to say, most) online connections are, by design, shallow and superficial. Devices and practices like texting give a person more control over what they show, but also allows them to disengage from communication at will. I do not believe technology causes loneliness; I do believe, however, that because it's convenient and easy, technology can give a lonely person the illusion of companionship and connection without the risks of intimacy and connection — and they settle for that illusion instead of putting in the efforts to NOT be lonely.
    Lori Boxer
    Facebook is full of sad, lonely people pretending they're OK
    www.independent.co.uk Recent research from the University of the Bloody Obvious, or in this case the University of Pittsburgh, has warned that social media is making us feel lonely. Well, what a breakthrough. Who knew that perusing 10, 20 or even 30 riotous Facebook...


    Kata Rina
    24/04/2017 #1 Kata Rina
    Hm author referred many times on Pinterest like "...pinning the photos and waiting for death..omg.. sounds like he is not fond of pins Lol ,,and for facebook said it fulfills emptiness...at the end he added he remembered the fields Lol but why he wrote all on pin stuff anyway could have referred more to trees and flowers ....I agree dear tech doesn't cause loneliness but more likely business :)
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