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Invisible Illnesses: Personal Relationships

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  1. Producerdebasish majumder
    MARRIAGE, A TRUE SOLACE?What is marriage? I am in quandary to comprehend its message People say, marriages are made in heaven and broke in hell I am petrified and quell Isn’t it and amicable adjustment of two hearts? Where bonhomie is their agenda,...


    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    07/08/2016 #8 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #6 #7 Oh, what volumes that speaks! Great advice, @Adam Read and I'm in awe @Lada 🏡 Prkic ~ you are both so very blessed. I smile as I write this, cherishing what you have, even from afar. @debasish majumder, you gave us so much room for thought. Thank you, kind poet my friend.
    Lada 🏡 Prkic
    30/06/2016 #7 Lada 🏡 Prkic
    I like this quote very much @Adam Read. It's so true. In every marriage there are thunder and lighting, but they can be overcome by the power of love. Me and my husband are together for many years, since our student days. Together, we survived many storms. What an ode to marriage, @debasish majumder!!
    Adam Read
    30/06/2016 #6 Adam Read
    My wife and I have a simple painting on a piece of slate we were given about the time we were first married. It says, "Marriages are made in heaven...but so are thunder and lightning."
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    29/06/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    @debasish majumder: I forgot to mention that as a physician, a brain-injured patient/wife/mother, I lost my family after the car accident. It was not my doing, but the image you chose is astounding in the 2000 words that it speaks. Just astounding. Today, I breath in Courage, and I Exhale Fear. And to breath in roses forevermore.....wow......
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    29/06/2016 #4 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    @debasish majumder: I'd retitle it, "Marriage, A Chance at True Solace." For only one person can break up a marriage, but if both are invested without too much baggage, there is every hope that the man should not be lonely. And the woman can provide the support system to allow her man to be carried as high as he alone will allow. The point is that the marriage is not a job or small business ~ with time, respect, and superb bonding, it is, in fact crimson and gold. @Ali Anani, @CityVP 🐝 Manjit, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, @Gary Sharpe, @Deb 🐝 Helfrich.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    29/06/2016 #2 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #1 I was single for 15 years between two broken marriages. Being single taught me who I was. It did not touch my body or my soul, nor did it inspire me beyond that which I could see. I was just trying to be "me," carefree and duty-free. I entered marriage with hopes abounding, trumpets trumping and puppets glazing. They glazed at the idea of being married and 'playing house.' For I am a Cancer...I love my home, and I love my shell. And when the world was a better place, I had two babies ~ one that planted Pooky's apple seed in the ground to grow an apple tree...and the other to sing like a bird in a cage, just set free. Yes, look at my CV. And there's more to it that you just can't see, for I did not wish for people to envy me. I'm single again, after battered winds blew. And no one can take away the years that were new, the baby's eyes that were blue. And I guarantee you that every Man knew that I was the woman that never made her man blue. Oh. Did I mention, I was a Barbie Doll that broke? And I was traded in for the latest model on a stroke? I'll never allow one man to define who I am. I am a mother, a smile, a supporter, and a smile. Marry ~ and carry both burdens at night. And always kiss first before saying 'goodnight.' @debasish majumder, @Ali Anani
    Brian McKenzie
    09/06/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    Marriage is a state contract and surrender of assets, wealth and future income. You enter it at your own risk and folly without full inspection of ROI vs ROE. Make no mistake - the 'Happily Married' is an exception. Unplug from the 24/7 media that blather a Romantic solution through matrimony, ask your friends, coworkers and social media associations - ask the Men, who is 'happy'. Ask who has not been cleaned out by a divorce, ask who has not had their life laid to waste by the machine that is the command and control of the machines of state and church to bludgeon you into marriage. And of course search #MGTOW. We are done with the whole enchillada. Stay strong - stay single.
  2. Brian McKenzie

    Brian McKenzie

    The world of Apps and Dating Sites gives you the chance to write and connect to women across the world, to help you make the introduction to the girl of your dreams – the one you have been searching. It is exciting to see a new note in your in-box from a girl with a sexy figure and words that are dedicated to your heart. It can even be like a narcotic. Let's face it – the average US guy will get maybe 1 response a week off of a traditional American Dating site. It is easy to fall to the safe path of writing notes for months on end; keep your heart safe at a distance while enjoying the new attention. This is not the path of men of action! I will help you get out from behind the computer screen, to quit being a Keyboard Casanova, to actually meeting the girl face to face. I will guide you through the steps to coordinate your travel, your lodging, provide translators, and local support that will help you to better understand her culture, language, and point of view. I can show you how to remove all the barriers and anxiety you may have about coming overseas to meet your girl.
    Have you ever read a great book, and then seen the movie – and felt like they got it wrong? This is the trap that happens in prolonged letter writing. You build a fantasy that is not able to sustain a reality. It is best to find the girl, get introduced, meet & build your dreams together. I have been helping American men meet and marry foreign brides since 1990.Your happy ending is ready and real; but it takes courage. Your courage to book the flight, come, meet, and make a connection. Real life - away from the Keyboard.
    So what is the down side to writing forever and only drooling over pictures? Have you ever met and fallen in love with anyone from Pinterest or Instagram? Do you even believe it is possible? Stop it - let me show you why you should get on a plane and meet in person.
    Brian McKenzie


    Randy Keho
    23/06/2016 #3 Randy Keho
    Oops. Make that an insanely wealthy widow, no disrespect to the LGBT community. It was a brain burp.
    Randy Keho
    23/06/2016 #2 Randy Keho
    Wow. @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD @Brian McKenzie. You should hear what the twisted voices are saying in my head.. I would have never imagined that Brian was a matchmaker. He usually sounds so bitter, having kissed his homeland goodbye, because he felt like a scapegoat being a middle-aged, white guy. When, all along, he's been trying to find them love, for heaven's sake. And the good doctor chimes in with words of encouragement and support, after giving the lovelorn a good tongue lashing. Isn't love grand? No, thanks. My gluteous maximus is getting on a plane next month to hook up with an insanely wealthy widower who lives on a gulf coast beach in Florida. If you don't hear from me, again, I've died and gone to heaven.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    23/06/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    I'm the first to comment? Why, this happens to millions of men & women a DAY! Women, vulnerable women "fall in love" with a man that doesn't have a cell phone to send pictures, "no camera on" his laptop, and is completely invisible. Yet women send Billions of $$$ overseas, wiring left & right, to a man she is "totally" in love with because he lost his wife in a car accident and has a son that needs a mother. OH! Tear at my INVISIBLE HEART STRINGS! Men! You are better than this! Get off your gluteus maximus and get on a plane. I did, and @Selim Yeniçeri and I are in love, getting married, and planning to spend the rest of our REAL lives together! Amen and thanks be to God above!