The Truth About Why Complicated Women Are Hard To Love, But Completely Worth The Trouble — Thought Catalog

Seth DoyleThere is nothing more fascinating in the universe than a complicated woman. Most men seem to find women to be complete mysteries, but I never really seemed to have that problem. Women are human, just like the other half of us. They’re rational thinkers and are motivated by logic. Women most certainly live in…

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Be The Kind Of Person Who Loves Enthusiastically — Thought Catalog

Inna LesykBe the person who loves with no fears, no reservations. Date someone, even if they are not right up your alley and give them a chance to show you how much you matter to them. Be the kind of person who’s not afraid to tell anyone your history, your past that maybe didn’t turn…

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Loving Someone With Anxiety Won’t Be Easy, But It Will Always Be Worth It — Thought Catalog

Alvin MahmudovLoving someone who is plagued with anxiety will never be easy. It won’t be smooth sailing at all times, and there will be times where your love is tested. But in your life, nothing easy is going to be worth it in the end. And nothing easy makes an incredible story. You will have…

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WHO releases first ‘Global Guidelines for the prevention of Surgical Site Infection’ (3 November 2016) — communitymedicine4asses

The World Health Organization (WHO) has released the first international evidence-based guidelines for the prevention of surgical site infection (SSI). The guidelines come against the backdrop of increasing antimicrobial resistance, and include 29 recommendations- 13 for the period before surgery, and 16 for preventing infections during and after surgery. Background Information: Surgical site infections are […]

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HOW VANITY CURED MY DEPRESSION — Sophie Saint Thomas

I wrote this for Harper’s Bazaar. Down the street from my cluttered Brooklyn apartment sits a high-end nail salon that helped to save my life. Filled with aspirational pink cushions and soft notes of jasmine, the salon’s manicurists would paint my short, round nails an O.P.I black onyx—or, if it were a cheerier day, a dark purple. For two years, during 2013 and […]

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A Simple Arya Samaj Wedding

I commend this family and this Blog post…. Bravo!!

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A week ago I was in Chennai partaking in the wedding celebrations of my niece. This is a wedding with a big difference or rather several differences compared to the run of the mill marriages. For one thing, there were no tedious & somewhat boring rituals. There was also an element of surprise and suspense at every stage of the religious function as many of us were not familiar with the procedures. As you might have guessed it was an inter-caste marriage and the two parties smartly decided to do away with conventions and celebrate the wedding in simple Arya Samaj style. The marriage ritual, if one may call it so, took hardly an hour. The priest who is a teacher by profession demanded and got the attention of the audience. He chanted only selected mantras and duly translated them into simple Tamil. I particularly liked the part where the priest…

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These Aren’t Wireless Headphones

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