Everytime I am about to start my cycle or on the day I start my cycle, my mood swings are extreme. I feel paranoid, as if people around me seem hostile and cold. I make eye contact with people, and I feel like their expressions seem full of distain and annoyed. I feel overwhelmed as if people are saying vicious things about me. Normally, those ideas don't cross my mind, but on the days leading up to my cycle, I can't get it out of my mind. I may make remarks to someone, if what they have said was offensive. I try to keep my mouth shut most of the time, but people I work with think I am being disrespectful. Moments I wonder if I should up my vitamins even beyond recommended amount or take a prescription from a doctor. It gets isolating and I hate it. After a few days, I'm back to normal and a lot happier and more giving. Then in about a week, regular, no major thought and back to regular habits. It happens every time. Can any women relate to those issues?
I firmly believe that everything has advantages and disadvantages. A good and a bad side. If something horrible happens to you, take your time to grieve, but don't get lost in negative feelings. Try to focus on the good side. There's always at least one good thing. I kept preaching this advice basically all my life, and now I'm in a situation where I have to follow it myself. It's not easy. But I think it will work. I hope so.
I'm stuck between "if you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all" and "honesty is the best policy". Like for example, I'd have this scenario in my head where people ask me if I liked their new haircut, If I don't like it and say yes I'd be lying, if i say no then I'm just rude but if I just stay silent then I'm considered rude too
I don't get where the stereotype that women are obsessed with handbags and shoes comes from. I don't know a single woman who owns an unreasonable amount of either, and most women I know even hate shopping for shoes or handbags. I know a few who like it, but those like shopping for every other clothing item just as much (which is why I get why people say women love shopping in general, but the specialisation for shoes and handbags is a mystery to me).
One day, my little brother will surpass me. but i will keep lerning, i will keep working, to make sure it wont be easy for him. That is my duty as a big bro, so he has to lern and work too. I wish the best for him. I may not be his strongest opponent, but once he will realize what i tought him, his future will be great. So here are my words for him: Dont let anyone get in your way. remember what i have tried to teach you. There are so many people that will hinder your progress, including your own blood; mother and father. You can always come to me for advice. Just dont let this cruel world manipulate you, theres is still hope, and most importantly: Happiness.
note to self: Don't ask help from a religious person cause they will try to pray for you but not really give you the advice you want. Or help you are looking for.
I woke up to my brother having sex with me and he told me I was drunk which I was but I would never agree to anything like that with him. I keep taking showers and I feel dirty. I don't know what to do. I left to my friends house as soon as it happened and going to stay the night to avoid him. I'm 18 and he's 24
I've had customers complain to me before about getting agents who are in India or the Philippines and having a heavy accent. And honestly, I wish people wouldn't whine about it. They are trained just like I am, they speak English, and I'm not going to sympathize with you about their accent. It would be highly unprofessional and rude of me. It's an accent, get over it. If you come on the line and say "Oh thank god, you're American", I'm gonna skim right over that racism and move on to something relevant. Please don't try to get me, or any other agent, or any other agent to agree with you on that. The Quality people reviewing the calls could be Filipino or Indian. The agent you're speaking to may be Filipino or Indian but not have a strong accent, or have friends and family who are. Either accept that this world is huge and made up of people from all over who don't sound like you, or stick to chat support.
Im black and white and my baby is very pale white with a ginger hair, her father is white with a ginger hair. My mom is a ginger, and all of her two sisters and so does my grandmother. But everytime I go outside people are always fascinated to see a mother with a very pale white baby. My friend told me because its more common to see a white mother with a black baby not the other way around. But oh well I guess Ill just have to get used to the stares. And ginger runs in my family. Although it was weird her older sister is black like me but she have a darker shade of brown than me like her grandfather. Genetics really is weird.
Im asian coming from a state that consist of mostly 98% white cities. I moved to a melting pot diverse state but minorities are the majority of this melting pot capital city. I gotta say coming all white place, people are not racist. Unlike a diverse place, where I experienced being called white washed Asian, chinky eyes, the dark asian, the confusing kind of Asian, the asian who eats lasagna not rice, flip-chink (Im filipino, Chinese). I could say more. But I guess bigortry comes with a density of the city. The more people the more idiots exists.