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I’ve Got the Girl Syndrome

I have always been partial to relationships, and, how they work. What keeps them ticking? What ignites and re-ignites the “spark”. What brings them to a halt quicker than an egg being thrown at a brick wall? Many answers have arisen to these very simple questions. Who’s to say that any of the answers are incorrect?
Imagine yourself out on the town with your friends, and you’re throwing a few back. Trying to loosen up a little bit. You happen to look over and notice a beautiful woman blissfully looking at you. You know she’s looking at you, because, as soon as she notices she’s been caught she quickly looks away in embarrassment.

A few clock ticks later you rack up the nerve to purchase an extra beverage and leave your friends behind. The closer you get to her, the faster your heart beats. You start asking yourself a million questions such as; “How do I look?” “What do I say?” “Does my breath stink?”

Fast forward a few weeks. Now you have your first real date with the beautiful woman you met. You’ve gotten all dressed up, your hair is perfect and your cloths are sharp. You do one last breath check with your hand as you walk out the door. On your way to pick her up you start to conjure up ideas about how to make the night perfect and memorable. This is what I refer to as “the bait”. Once you’ve had that special night, you believe the bait is out there.

Fast forward a few months, everything is going great. You two are having date after date, and as a romantic gesture you provide flowers or chocolates prior to each date. You begin to ask yourself if she is the one. Your soulmate? Just as you ask yourself that very question, something seems different.

You look back and compare the way things were in the beginning to the way things are now. There aren’t anymore flowers or dates. You rarely call her and you don’t feel as if you’re as close to her at that very moment as you were in the beginning.

This is where “I got the girl/guy syndrome” is first realized. It’s simple. You do everything you can to attract the significant other, everything you can to make yourselves “official and exclusive”. Once you’ve accomplished that your brain and hormones settle down and you start missing important things that you used to do. Small stuff that used to make her smile. In a sense your relationship feels “old”.

If you forget where you started then you have no clue where you’re headed. Take a step back and re evaluate the little things as you once did. Here is a prescription for a dozen roses, candle lit dinner and a movie to spice things back up.

How to Solve Your Sleep Problem?

Most of us, when dealing with a sleep problem, aim to identify its root cause and apply that ideas to begin finding a solution. That procedure is possibly convenient since you hope to look for your sleep disorder treatment. Even so, you will discover there is a very playful method, one which has more to do with intuition and much less on reasoning, may possibly serve you better. What appears to be causing your sleep difficulty and those things that will likely solve it are not normally identical. And so testing out various solutions, depending on your instincts of what looks right, in addition to trying to keep a balanced view as to what may perform could be the best option.

As an example, presume that you have learnedabout sleep problems. A couple of late-night due dates kept you up later than usual; the stress which went with the work deadlines meant you could not sleep at the time you did get to sleep. All of those extra glasses of espresso, late-night cigarette smoking, as well as , sugary snack foods generally failed to help; and neither did reducing your standard before-dinner walk. Finally, though, your projects is all done, the anxiety has evidently elapsed, you have scale back to your routine amount of espresso and cigarette smoking, you were returning to a single candy bar in one week and also a usual walk in the evening. There seems to be no reason for your sleeplessness to stay-and then again you simply cannot get to sleep.

Should this be the problem, you may go on by assessing just what is causing your insomnia-late hours, stress and anxiety, meal plan, or fitness behavior. But when most of those issues seems to be back to normal, you may run into a dead end.

Here, perhaps you may give up on reasoning and turn to pure intuition. How to try out prospective sleep problem solution? Most likely the thought of a soothing night is attractive to you. You might have to boost the amount of aerobic exercise you can get and also modify your diet plan. Perhaps, you will consider a broader examination of your daily routine, thinking through whether your sleep issues is really a clue to greater dissatisfaction of your work, your kids, or some other part of your lifestyle. Or simply you could keep away from psychology and self-analysis once and for all, opting instead to educate yourself to meditate. You might not need to find out what is causing your insomnia issues to discover a cure. Or, at the same time, looking for a solution may be a wider-ranging, deeper, and a lot more intuitive approach than you first assumed.

No matter what you ultimately determine, bear in mind that your sleep-or a deficiency of it-is a fundamental piece of your own life generally. Physical variations turn out to be emotional variations, or vice versa. Sleeplessness is an outstanding illustration of the way in which body-mind, emotion and thinking, physical health as well as psychological well being, tend to be interrelated.

How To Increase Your Savings By Buying Second Hand

So, what’s your money savings goal for 2011? At our house, slashing costs and leveraging those savings into a rainy day fund has become a way of living for us. Trimming costs by shopping the sales and using coupons is one way we are saving money. Another method of savings is by buying second hand.
Buying second hand means buying something that has been pre-owned or “used.” For a family watching costs, buying second hand merchandise can mean some pretty hefty savings.

Fortunately for us frugal types, buying second hand doesn’t have the stigma it used to have in the 1980s and earlier. These days buying second hand is an eco-friendly alternative to consumerism that not only reduces waste but can save a family money as well. Of course, it goes without saying that certain things should never be purchased second hand, things like stretched out swimsuits, icky shoes and used underwear, plus anything that can’t be sufficiently sterilized or cleaned. As far as the rest, here’s a run down of second hand items that can save a family big money. 

Second Hand Clothing. Anyone with growing kids has probably already discovered the incredible savings of buying used clothes. Thrift stores are one place to find used clothes, but so are consignment shops, rummage sales, and yard sales. Most second hand clothes are priced between 10-30 percent of original value which means incredible savings.

Second hand furniture. With a houseful of kids and pets, any piece of furniture I bring into our home looks “used” the minute it comes through the door. One way I have saved money in decorating over the years is to buy second hand furniture, table lamps, and rugs. The second hand market for furniture ranges from antique stores to consignment shops, auction houses, yard sales, and even thrift stores. The savings to be realized in buying used furniture instead of new can range anywhere from 50-90 percent which means significant money for a family on a budget.

Used appliances. As a young bride in the late 1970s, my first kitchen and laundry appliances were all second hand. The cost of these used appliances were about 75 percent less than new and they lasted me a good 6-8 years before it was time for them to be replaced.

These days, most appliances only seem to last about 10 years before they start needing serious repair work. Would I buy a used appliance from a yard sale or thrift store now? Only if the item was priced well below the depreciated value. A better option here is to buy a trade-in model at a locally owned appliance store or at a moving sale.

Used books and movies. We’re a family of readers and books will never go out of style at our place. Used bookstores are the place to find used books for both adults and kids at 25-75 percent off the cover price. Other places to search for used books and used movies are library sales, video rental shops, and the thrift stores.

Second hand sporting goods. For families with athletes in the family, second hand sporting goods stores are a great way to save money. What I like about buying used sports gear used is that most stores will take their merchandise back in for a trade-in towards future purchases. Total savings here ranges from 20-50 percent.

Used household goods. Assembling household goods such as dishes, pots and pans, serve ware, mixing bowls, utensils, and other kitchen items can cost a lot of money for families watching their budgets. When purchased second hand however, these items can be found well below 20 percent of their original value. Quality household items are most easily found at thrift stores and yard sales, though occasionally turn up as a “lot” item at an auction. The rule of thumb I use when buying secondhand housewares is that it must be able to be sterilized. And to avoid that mis-matched look, I only purchase used household goods that coordinate with what we already own.

Second hand building materials. For the DIY handyman, second hand building materials and salvage yards are a great way to save money on home repair needs. These salvage stores sell anything from lumber, to doors, windows, electrical fixtures, tools, hardware and more. Used building materials at these stores are priced 50-75 percent before list and another great resource for a family wanting to save money.

Previously owned homes. Buying a new home comes with costs that many home buyers never even thing of. There’s all that landscaping and the mature trees of course, but also the cost of buying appliances, fences, draperies, raised garden plots, pavers, sprinkler systems, storage sheds, and all sorts of incidentals that can easily run upwards of $30,000 or more. Previously owned homes come with all these things already and at a price that is typically 20 percent less than new. With all that savings, you can afford to repaint and recarpet a used house and still come out money ahead.

Used cars. There’s a whole lot of debate whether the best savings is new vs. used. While people can make the argument for both, the bottom line is that buying used can save you on average about $4,000. What has been my experience? I’m rather partial to $2,000 cars myself. Sure, old cars take about $1,000 a year in maintenance, but this is peanuts compared to making a car payment. And older cars cost less to insurance and less to license that newer cars which is also a money savings. My strategy is to drive an old car for several years, then donate it to charity for a nice little tax deduction.

These are just a few ideas of second hand items that a family can tap into for big savings. With savings ranging anywhere from 20-90 percent, buying “used” is one money savings strategy definitely worth trying for in 2011.

Fatal Familial Insomnia, Graft Versus Host Disease, and Other Unusual Diseases

You’ve probably seen at least one Dateline featuring crazy diseases, strange medical conditions with even stranger names. The poor souls who are diagnosed with these syndromes make us thankful that they are indeed rare. There are probably hundreds of these, but here is my list of the top five most unusual.

1. Alice in Wonderland Syndrome: Named after the distortion that Alice experienced during her trip down the rabbit hole, this syndrome occurs mainly in children. To those with this syndrome, body image and visual perception are altered, mainly the size and parts of objects. For instance, someone’s head may appear larger than it actually is or the ground may appear too close. In some cases, people report distortion in time, touch and sound. The syndrome is thought to be a side effect of another condition, such as migraines, Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, or the Epstein-Barr virus. Because of this, Alice in Wonderland Syndrome is treated by treating these underlying causes.

2. Ondine’s Curse: Also called Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS), this condition was named after a mythical water nymph named Ondine, who put a curse on her mortal lover. He swore to her that he would love her with his every waking breath, and upon catching him in an unfaithful act with another woman, she cursed that he would forget to breathe if he fell asleep. This did eventually happen, and her lover died. This rare condition is actually a form of sleep apnea, when a person suffers from respiratory arrest during sleep. In extremely rare cases, this apnea also occurs while the person is awake.

3. Fatal Familial Insomnia: This rare inherited disease affects the thalamus, the area of the brain responsible for sleep. People with this disease physically can’t fall asleep, so their body deteriorates and they eventually die. What begins as progressive insomnia ends 18 months later with hallucinations, incontinence, Dementia, and death. It usually occurs in middle age, and is currently untreatable. It has only been found in 100 people and, since it’s hereditary, in just 40 families.

4. Seasonal Affective Disorder: I’m sure you’ve felt it: the blah caused when the gloom and gray of the winter months drags on too long. However, Seasonal Affective Disorder is more serious than just the winter blues. Otherwise known as SAD, this type of depression is also related to the seasons. People with this mood disorder have normal mental health the majority of the year, but become depressed–sometimes sleeping too much or having less energy–during the winter months. Symptoms also include overeating, weight gain, and morning sickness, as well as the classic symptoms of depression, including withdrawal, pessimism, and lack of pleasure in things that used to make one happy. Although it is not certain what causes SAD, some believe it to be due to light, or rather lack of. Because of this, treatment includes light therapy with sunlight or bright lights, as well as a supplement of melatonin. SAD can also be seen in the spring and summer months, although it is less common.

5. Graft Versus Host Disease: This disease is the opposite of what may happen after a transplant, when the body attacks the transplanted organ. Instead, this disease happens after a bone-marrow transplant when the transplanted cells attack the host organs and tissue. when the transplanted organ attacks the host. Only twins have identical bone marrow tissue, so a donor is only a close match. This slight difference is enough to cause the T cells (white blood cells) to see the host body tissues as foreign. The new bone marrow then attacks the body. The risk of GVHD can be lessened by taking drugs that suppress the immune system.

Enchanted Coloring Pages, Online Games and Activity Ideas

Enchanted is a fun new movie that has captured the hearts of many little girls. The movie features a new “Disney Princess” named Giselle who is looking for her true love. With a funny chipmunk named Pip, an evil Queen, and a host of other fun characters this movie is sure to entertain. Have an Enchanted fan? Then have a special day for them filled with Enchanted activities. Here you will find where to get free printable coloring pages, free online games, and activity ideas.

Free Printable Coloring Pages

At the following link you will find three character coloring pages and twelve pages of scenes from the movie.

http://www.coloring-book.info/coloring/coloring_page.php?id=153

Free Online Games

Enchanted Crossing

http://www.girl.com.au/php/games/enchanted/

In this game you have to help the characters of the Disney movie Enchanted cross Time Square. You use your arrow keys to make them move.

Jumping Pip

http://www2.disney.co.uk/DisneyMovies/enchanted/

In this game you use the number keys one through six to help Pip jump higher, do tricks and eat goodies, but don’t let him eat the poisoned apple or you’ll lose points.

The following games are all found at this link:

http://adisney.go.com/disneyvideos/liveaction/enchanted/

Nab The Apples

In this game you use the arrow keys (the up arrow makes you jump) to gather apples and points. But watch out for the poisonous apples.

Character Match

In this game you match cards that show pairs from Disney movies, like Ariel and Prince Eric, Sleeping Beauty and the Prince, and Jasmine and Aladdin.

Activity Ideas

Don’t want to print out pages and get out the crayons? Let your Enchanted fan color online. This link will take you to a page where you can color pages by point and click.

http://www.thedollpalace.com/coloring-pages/sec30-Disney/pic3931-enchanted.html

Sing-A-Long

http://adisney.go.com/disneyvideos/liveaction/enchanted/

Choose a song, then watch the screen and sing along with the characters from the movie.

Make a Face

Provide your child with a paper plate, and fun food items such as apple slices, carrots, raisins, chocolate chips, marshmallows and anything else you think might be fun. Let them play with their food and make faces on the plate from the items, just like Giselle makes her “Prince” from items she find in the cottage.

Make a Tiara

Where would a princess be without her tiara? Cut out a tiara shape from thick cardstock and then provide your child with glitter, glue, markers, and pretty stickers to decorate it.

Princess Dress-Up

http://www.thedollpalace.com/dollmaker/cartoon/princess/dress-up.php

Let your princes dress up a princess doll in all sorts of fun dresses, hairstyles, gloves, hats, earrings, hair accessories, crowns, and necklaces. Then create a fun background, and create a pet for your princess.

E-Commerce Based Wholesale Business

E-business, or E-commerce, is certainly a big revolution which has changed the face of world business. It plays a vital role in simplifying the business processes globally and even with businesses conducted on the domestic scene.

Almost all major types of goods can be purchased online with the implementation of e-commerce. If you are planning on buying the wholesale goods from the international markets, it is much more convenient to run your operations online, providing that you find the right wholesaler. It is a lot more affordable than operating offline and traveling overseas, and it is a safer to a larger extent.

E-commerce has made the world business a lot easier and the world seems much smaller than in the past. Along with the advantages, there are few drawbacks which can be overcome with the right resources. The distance could also mean that you will be unable to understand the legal requirements of the wholesaler’s country.

The best resources to handle such situations are by taking legal help, especially from the wholesaler’s country. There are plenty of law firms with the wholesale expertise. You could look up the Internet for such companies and contact them in order to see how best they can help you to safeguard your interests and your investments.

This article endevors to inform about obtaining legal help with respect to the e-commerce based wholesale market.

You can always find a list of the legal help companies on the yellow pages. They will be listed along with their names, addresses and telephone numbers. The best part is you can even check on the credibility and efficiency of the law firms on such directories. All you’ll need to do is check out the reviews about the firms and you’ll be able to find the right legal help for your wholesale business.

There are many service companies and websites which operate round the clock to provide legal help concerning the wholesale market. You could even find the websites and companies run by the government.

The most common legal issues which are critical to be managed in the wholesaler’s country are as follows: Paperwork and documentation required in the wholesalers country, payments to the concerned authorities, verification of the wholesalers credibility, liability and damages while transporting the goods ,insurance procedures, privacy policies and the nondisclosure agreements, and international money transfers.

There are many reputed wholesaler companies which will take care of all the legal works for you. They might be priced a little on the higher side but you will surely have peace of mind when you are operating with such wholesalers.

There are few things which you could do on your end as well if you want to get more information about the legalities concerning the wholesale market in that country. There are plenty of online forums which are dedicated to wholesale related issues. You can register on such websites for free and have your concerns addressed by the experienced buyers. You could also check with them about the local legal help from the wholesaler’s location as well. Doing some groundwork from your end will help you understand the e-commerce scenario a lot better.

Diagnosing Cystic Fibrosis In Children

Cystic Fibrosis is an inherited condition in which a defective gene disrupts the normal production of mucus, causing it to become thick and sticky. As the mucus cannot move properly, it begins to build up in the body and form obstructions in areas such as the lungs and pancreas. The result is often severe lung damage, digestive problems and malnutrition.
Cystic fibrosis is found in over 70,000 children and adults worldwide, with an additional 1,000 new cases being diagnosed each year in the United States alone. More than 70% of cystic fibrosis patients are diagnosed by age two, as there are several common signs and symptoms that are often displayed early in childhood.

Common Signs and Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis: Salty Sweat

One of the most common signs first noticed by parents is a strong taste of salt when kissing their child. This is due to the fact the defective gene involved with cystic fibrosis changes the way sodium chloride (salt) is moved in and out of cells. As a result, the body loses higher than normal amounts of salt as it sweats.

If a child becomes overly warm and produces a lot of sweat, parents may notice signs of salt loss, such as dehydration, weakness, or tiredness.

Common Signs and Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis: Breathing Difficulties

The genetic mutation in cystic fibrosis causes the normally thin and watery mucus in the body to become thick and sticky. As it builds up in the respiratory airways, breathing becomes more difficult. Parents may observe their child wheezing, acting short of breath, or coughing a lot. Thick sputum is sometimes brought up while coughing, though parents may not notice this in young children who have a tendency to swallow instead of spitting it out.

Common Signs and Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis: Frequent Respiratory Infections

People with cystic fibrosis are prone to frequent respiratory infections, as their blocked airways are prime breeding ground for bacteria. These respiratory infections take the form of sinus infections, bronchitis, pneumonia, or lung infections caused by unusual strains of bacteria.

Frequent respiratory infections may be the sign that draws the attention of a doctor when other symptoms of cystic fibrosis are not extremely obvious or present.

Common Signs and Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis: Digestive and Bowel Problems

The thick, sticky mucus found in cystic fibrosis commonly blocks the ducts of the pancreas. This results in the digestive enzymes produced by the pancreas not reaching the small intestines, where they are needed to break down food. People with cystic fibrosis commonly have bulky, greasy, and foul-smelling stools because of this. They may also experience on-going diarrhea, constipation, painful gas, or intestinal blockages.

An intestinal blockage is the earliest sign of cystic fibrosis in babies. Fifteen-20% of newborns with cystic fibrosis have meconium ileus, which is an obstruction of the intestines due to the meconium being overly thick. Meconium is the dark sticky stuff (made up of amniotic fluid, mucus, and bile) that is found in the intestine at birth and passed out of the system in the baby’s first bowel movement. The body uses the pancreatic digestive enzymes to break down meconium, but these may not be readily available in babies with cystic fibrosis.

Common Signs and Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis: Poor Growth and Weight Gain

Without the help of the pancreatic enzymes, the body cannot absorb proteins and fats properly. Children with cystic fibrosis often become malnourished because they cannot pull the required nutrients out of their food. Babies may have ravenous appetites, yet not put on weight or show proper growth during the first few weeks of their life. Older children frequently fall below the height and weight expectations for their age. They may also show signs of poor bone development and low bone density.

A Note on the Signs and Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis

There are more than 1,400 possible ways for the gene involved with cystic fibrosis to mutate, with each mutation causing a slightly different set of symptoms to be displayed. This means one child may have several symptoms, while another will experience only one or two. Signs of cystic fibrosis may show right away in one child, while another will appear to be fine for a while. The severity of symptoms may change over time and with age, as well.

Missouri Residents – Beware of “Pure Comparative” Law

If you are a resident of Missouri, and have only liability auto insurance, there is something your insurance agent is not telling you.
Now, of course you understand that is you have only liability coverage, damages in an accident are paid to the other party involved only if you are at fault. Your damages, in that situation, are your own responsibility. Liability insurance is only available to a customer is there is no lien on their vehicle. Many consumers choose this coverage because it is the minimum required by law, and many justify having only liability because of the cost difference in comparison to full coverage, especially if their car is older or not assessed at a high value.

However, as a Missouri resident who fell into this category and who has recently been in a car accident, I would like to shed some light on this situation and provide some information that is not well known.

In Missouri, there is a law pertaining to auto accidents that is called, “Pure Comparison.” Missouri is not the only state that has this law. What it means is that the insurance company has the right to assess some fault to the party who was not in fault of the accident. We’ll use my own accident as an example. I was driving westbound on a major highway. This is a divided highway – two lanes westbound, two east. A median seperates the lanes, and a yield sign is in the median. I was driving within the speed limit. It was dark, and my lights were on. A van went through a median (and the yield sign in the median) to go northbound on a cross street. I did what anyone would do; I braked and swerved to attempt to avoid hitting the van.

The party at fault got a ticket for failure to yield; I did not receive a ticket.

However, the other party’s insurance company is attempting to assign to me some percentage of fault – which apparently, in Missouri, is legal and common place. Since I only had liability insurance at the time, my insurance company has no real interest in arguing my case to the opposing company. I’m pretty much on my own.

So, the lesson to be learned is this; if you are a Missouri resident, with only liability insurance, and you have an accident in which you are not at fault, you will be punished for not carrying full coverage insurance. Have full coverage, or have a large savings account to compensate for your losses. If you are not a Missouri resident, spend some time researching insurance laws in your own state. You never know when you’ll have to know these things.

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