Science has proven that:
- Humans have auras
- Humans have organs that sense energy
- We inherit memories from our anscestors
- Meditation repairs telomeres in DNA, which slows the process of aging.
- Compassion extends life
- Love is more than just an emotion
- Billions of other universes exist
- Meditation speeds healing
You put your heart and soul into something and get left wondering if it matters at all…
american sex education be like
Here are your lesbian literary teens, in chronological order.
For women, ability doesn’t always lead to confidence. Heres why.
The Trouble With Bright #Girls. Very good read from Psychology Today. Let’s help girls feel empowered by #education and in the classroom. We absolutely must get girls to pursue #STEM.
I’m thinking about the fixed mindset vs. growth mindset today.
I feel that the narrative of, “I was told as a girl that I was supposed to be everything, which stressed me out” comes up a lot. This would explain some of how that phenomenon has occurred.
It seems the problem is that one is supposed to “be everything” and make it look easy. The effort of success is erased. We don’t talk enough about our struggles and failures. In erasing those and keeping them personal, we also feel like we are the only ones who aren’t smart, talented, or bright.
I’m thinking about this because it also seems to be the root of Impostor Syndrome in graduate school.
Easy, breezy brilliance is not a thing for most of us. We succeed through many hours of hard work. We succeed through failing and trying again. We succeed through frustration and wrong answers and C+’s. There is no such thing in graduate school as a paper returned with the comment, “perfect.” There will be revisions. Criticisms. Horrible drafts.
But we grow. We get better.
If you struggle with this, I highly recommend doing some reading on the fixed vs. growth mindset.
You can start here:
Research done by San Francisco State University’s Family Acceptance Project, which studies and works to prevent health and mentalhealth risks facing LGBT youth, empirically confirms what common sense would imply to be true: Highly religious parents are significantly more likely than their less-religious counterparts to reject their children for being gay – a finding that social-service workers believe goes a long way toward explaining why LGBT people make up roughly five percent of the youth population overall, but an estimated 40 percent of the homeless-youth population. The Center for American Progress has reported that there are between 320,000 and 400,000 homeless LGBT youths in the United States. Meanwhile, as societal advancements have made being gay less stigmatized and gay people more visible – and as the Internet now allows kids to reach beyond their circumscribed social groups for acceptance and support – the average coming-out age has dropped from post-college age in the 1990s to around 16 today, which means that more and more kids are coming out while they’re still economically reliant on their families. The resulting flood of kids who end up on the street, kicked out by parents whose religious beliefs often make them feel compelled to cast out their own offspring (one study estimates that up to 40 percent of LGBT homeless youth leave home due to family rejection), has been called a “hidden epidemic.” Tragically, every step forward for the gay-rights movement creates a false hope of acceptance for certain youth, and therefore a swelling of the homeless-youth population.
In all other cases except the Triwizard cup, portkeys only go one way at one specific time. Touching them again does not activate them to return to their place of origin. Also, when Harry grabs the cup a second time, it does not return him to the middle of the maze. It takes him to…
Here’s a theory that might solve all of my complaints about book 4. I’ll have to think on it for a bit, though
a friend came round to help me revise and forgot to log out of her facebook on my laptop so I’ve spent the last 20 minutes devoting her facebook to trains.
I’ve also got the middle name “ILikeTrains” pending and have joined 50 “I love trains” groups.
TODAY BETH RECEIVED THIS LETTER FROM A TRAINSPOTTING ORGANISATION. THIS FRAPE IS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL THING I’VE DONE IN MY ENTIRE LIFE.
how can this person even say no friends of trains has a thriving gift shop