Ok like most of us at some point we have to face the courts. If you are anything like me the court system isn't always around great able place regardless of why you step into a court house or something similar. We get nervous even on Jury duty because that alone can be scary intimidating.
One of my many questions is, how do you deal with these nervous ticks of entering a court room even as a victim or a eye witness.
What's the best way to prepare a eye witness or a victim for that day or months in the court of law? Especially with high anxiety levels.
Is there any books that you might recommend to read prior to a court hearing?
She has pushed me to my limits and this day was the most beautiful, we got out the house together went on a long drive and saw a cute little waterfall. We are both called Chloe and have a huge love for cats and alot of things actually, it sound like I'm girl crushing hard here but I can honestly say she has been my rock having her support has been amazing for me. Her go get attitude while battling her own struggles gives me a huge reason to get up in the morning and show her I can do this!
I hope you all have a special friend like I do because they are hard to come by but when you've got one as good as this you know it'll be friendship for life 💖
Share your best friend stories with me im excited to hear them
I’m a lupus sufferer or sjorgrens, GERD, slow gut motility and depression but you can call me Lisa.
Currently I have 110 things going on. Which of course I’m happy to go into whenever you may find me awake.
So I want/needs to get back to moving my body. The thing is I have a complete mental block with my relationship with it. I have now piled on the lbs which hits the circle of depression around and around. I do believe it’s manifested into a binging habit.
What can I do to ease myself into it and not break my soul, fails make another 10 excuses.
I would love to hear anyone’s #stories , #inspirational quotes, #help #weight
Hello! I am on a mission to find individuals living with physical disabilities who are willing to share their #stories with me and #empower others. If you are a family member of a child with a physical disability or you live with a disability yourself, I'd love to hear from you. I am particularly interested in #limbloss cases, but other physical differences are welcome!
Why? Because I want to turn my start-up company, ExpHand Prosthetics (www.exphandprosthetics.com), into a powerful communication channel for empowerment. I want to share real stories of real people, so I need your input.
I wanted to share with you my tattoos and the stories behind them. I am really interested to hear your tattoo stories as well so please share yours too with the hastag #mytattoos
-this is my first ever tattoo. I got it when I was 16 years old. It's in my mothers handwriting and it's the last two lines of my favorite poem. The poem is called Invictus and it's written by William Ernest Henley in 1875. He wrote it while he was in the hospital treating tuberculosis. It's a survivor poem. I read it first when I was about 12 years old and I thought it was so strong and powerful. It reminds me every day that I am in control of my own life and how I react to things that I can not control.
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