Everyday Life

18 Jun 19
Everyday Health 🌼♥🧘‍♀

So there are four type of attachment -: secure attachment anxious preoccupied attachment dismissive avoident attachment Fearful avoident attachment Well you can not stick on one attachment style for whole ,it can chamge time to time,i just copied there defination or short awareness of these attachment down bellow :- Secure attachment is classified by children […]

18 Jun 19
vitmelbourne

If you want to learn or improve your English language skills, then an ideal way is to join an institute, offering English courses in Melbourne. Children, adults, teenagers, and even old people can hone their skills by enrolling themselves in a reputed institute. These English language courses Australia  are planned and designed aptly so that […]

18 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
CHRISTY Moore has opened up about his struggles with cocaine – revealing how he only quit after a terrifying health scare. The Irish singer, 74, has previously spoken about his hard-partying during the early part of his career, which resulted in him suffering a heart attack in 1987. Christy Moore spoke out about his past experience with cocaine as part of a new campaign The safer from harm campaign hopes to decriminalise the possession of small quantities of drugs But the Lisdoonvarna hitmaker told how he still struggled to get entirely clean, paying tribute to his brother for helping him get the help he needed. He said: “I certainly encountered cocaine for a period of my life, and there was a period of my life where I would have been very familiar with it. “I had a heart attack. I said, ‘Well, that’s it now, that’s me sorted, I’m going to give up’ but within a very short period of getting out of hospital, I was back on that road again. “And that’s when I knew I was beaten. If a heart attack is not going to stop me, I need help, I’m in trouble. “I was blessed in that it was a brother of mine who showed me the way.” SHOWING COMPASSION The Kildare legend was speaking as part of the #SaferFromHarm campaign, which calls for a health-led approach to the possession of small quantities of drugs for personal use in Ireland. Christy said: “We need to try and take more care, to try and embrace those who seem to be just falling through the cracks of our society. “Not to be always turning the other way, to try and offer a little bit of compassion at every level, from government right down to us walking down the street.” Possession for personal use has been a crime in Ireland for over 40 years, but over that period the number of people using drugs has increased dramatically, as has the harm caused by drugs. Experts believe that this shows that our current laws are not working. Christy said: “One of the problems is that when it comes to the criminality, the person in addiction has to be separated from the criminal behaviour of some people who are in addiction. They’re two separate things.” ‘BAD SITUATION’ Christy says that rather than providing services and interventions, people are labelled criminals, adding to the stigma and shame associated with using drugs. He said: “I see people everyday in my life who you can tell by their very demeanour, and by the look in their eyes, they need a bit of love and they need a bit of help. “Sometimes it’s very difficult to even offer it because they’re so paranoid, they’ll reject the helping hand. “But, for someone to be criminalised purely because of their illness, or their sickness, it’s a bad situation.” A previous poll, carried out by RED C as part of the #SaferFromHarm campaign, found that the majority of Irish adults are in favour of an intervention from health professionals when it comes to their loved ones using drugs. Tony Duffin, CEO of Ana Liffey Drug Project, said: “Families across Ireland, just like Christy and his brother, have experiences with drug use. “And those families recognise that drug use is a health issue, not a criminal justice issue. We know this to be true and it is time we matched our actions with our beliefs. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV & SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “By choosing to respond in a compassionate and pragmatic way, we have the chance to rebuild lives and reduce crime.” Tony added: “Time after time, the people of Ireland have demonstrated that they are fair and empathetic, embracing those who have sometimes been left behind in our society. “We now have the opportunity to respond with kindness once again, by lifting up those who have fallen through the cracks.” Ana Liffey CEO Tony Duffin
18 Jun 19
Galaxy Studios

Magic moments have to be preserved for a lifetime. Memories fade and people change, time takes you on to different worlds, and life leads you on through a myriad of experiences, but you never want to lose the charm of those magic moments. You want to hold on to those moments of bliss, those occasions […]

18 Jun 19
Finer Femininity

Marriage Wisdom for Her by Matthew Jacobson Regularly speaking kind and loving words brings the spirit of peace into your home. How do you talk to your husband in normal, everyday communication? Is your speech marked by soft, loving words? What would your husband say if he were asked, “Does your wife communicate with you […]

18 Jun 19
Love and Poetry

my life is wasting away as I lie in bed everyday the birds laugh at me and say it was better you die today could it be my imagination or did that baby stir at me in dissatisfaction at how my life is plugged in stagnation making me a waste to creation maybe I’m at […]

18 Jun 19
Leitrim Warmer Homes

We are looking forward to an unprecedented focus on energy efficiency in our homes. Understanding the positive impact of well insulated, energy efficient homes and businesses will become commonplace. But how do we measure how efficient our homes and premises are? Being proactive about energy saving measures now and improving the energy efficiency of your […]

18 Jun 19
Professor Zero

Nothing is but Now Shoshin (初心) is a word from Zen Buddhism meaning “beginner’s mind.” It refers to having an attitude of openness, eagerness, and lack of preconceptions when studying a subject, even when studying at an advanced level, just as a beginner would. Spiritual Awakening is to become at ease with the state of “not knowing.” […]

18 Jun 19
William AE Ford

Review Jerry the Squirrel is a series of short story’s that will entertain children of all ages. The hero is Jerry a lovable crazy squirrel who invents weird and wonderful machines that are aimed to help his own everyday squirrel life but his jealous squirrel friends often wants the benefits for themselves. These inventions do […]

18 Jun 19
Attic Sister

Ever forget something important?

18 Jun 19
Full Press Coverage

Long before the Oakland Raiders traded for serious offensive help, I joked the team’s lone offensive weapon outside of quarterback Derek Carr was another DC. Kicker Daniel Carlson opened eyes. I was not completely facetious with that comment. Can He Kick It? Yes, He Can. Despite the myriad of additions to support Carr, the 6-foot-5 […]

18 Jun 19
UNCONVENTIONAL

I’ve been suicidal all my life. Constantly living on the edge and this has given me a unique view of life, but also made me unpopular because no one sees life lust the way I do unless they too live on the edge. It’s been hard living like this and I didn’t realise until now, […]