Written by Claudia Azula Altucher My boss’s boss and her boss took me into their office and told me that my department of three people was to be dissolved immediately, I would no longer be a manager and my position was “re-structured” to a much less sophisticated line of work. If my salary was to
Written by Minny Frank It’s not because I didn’t want to spend the money and it’s not because I didn’t think I’d make an awesome kick ass attorney someday.. but in the end, there really is no Justice in this Country.. Liars get away with murder and there is no place for honor in the
Written by Minny Frank So I decided to do something out of the blue, out of character and completely in line with what the universe had been screaming for all along, I hopped on a plane and went to Georgia. I hadn’t seen my father in about six years and to add a cherry on
Invictus BY WILLIAM ERNEST HENLEY Out of the night that covers me, Black as the pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. In the fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance My head is bloody, but unbowed. Beyond
Written by Gretchen Rubin The definition of “addiction,” and what people can become “addicted” to, are hotly contested issues. In everyday conversation, of course, people throw around the word “addicted” a lot, as in, “I’m addicted to Game of Thrones.” Addiction, whatever it might be, is a subject that’s related to my current fascination: habits.
What is stigma? Stigma is a negative view of a person based on something about him or her. Many illnesses get stigmatized—not just mental illness. People with cancer once had to cope with stigma. People with HIV or AIDS still cope with stigma, though there is less today than when the virus was first discovered.