Grief Therapy

This topic strikes a chord with me as my mother passed away December of 2016. Here's an article on how to cope with losing a loved one. According to the counseling website Better Help, grief is considered a normal reaction to a loss. The loss can be either someone or something you loved and cared … Continue reading Grief Therapy

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The 25 Most Expensive and Ridiculously Priced Items on Amazon

Screams, a controversial paperback book written by the French author Joyce Mansour and published in 1995. -- $7,999.99 Amazon: http://amzn.to/2xuhM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BarkPark's Best in Show 9-piece Dog Agility Course Set -- $10,106.00 PLUS $98.49 S&H -- Unfortunately, this original item is no longer for sale on Amazon, but if you're really interested in an expensive … Continue reading The 25 Most Expensive and Ridiculously Priced Items on Amazon

The Morality of Ignoring the News

I really didn't want to write about the election. I'm not going to say who I wanted to become president, especially since I wasn't a fan of any of the candidates. But, I feel there's something that needs to be discussed regarding the rash of protests and incidents following Trumps election. As someone with severe … Continue reading The Morality of Ignoring the News

Hyper-Creativity: This is Your Brain on ADHD

As I was doing my morning Internet news reading, I came across an article on LifeHack entitled, "Too Many Ideas in Your Mind? How to Focus Your Hyper Creative Mind to Achieve Success" (or at least I think that is what it was supposed to be called, as the article title itself is all messed … Continue reading Hyper-Creativity: This is Your Brain on ADHD