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The 100 day challenge: what I learned

I finished the 100 day challenge in the middle of October, the day before we left for a visit to our friends in Denmark.  I’m so sorry not to have got round to writing this up sooner. To recap, this was a challenge I set myself as part of my (self-designed) programme to improve the condition of my leg affected by lymphoedema. The background is that my leg became much worse in February when Malcolm and I were away on holiday and walking around  (just exploring a city new toRead More


DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EMPATH, INTUITIVE, PSYCHIC, MEDIUM, AND HEALER

What is the Difference in Empath, Intuitive, Psychic, Medium, and Healer? What are the differences? The definitions have become interchanged and confused. Let us take a moment to review and clarify so that you will connect with the right reader and get the most from your session. Intuitive: Intuition is a right brain process that taps into subconscious information in order to provide guidance about everyday life. Being intuitive means that you able to tap into subconscious information in order to receive guidance about your everyday life. Intuition can beRead More


Global Pneumatic Compression Devices for Lymphedema Market 2019

    The global Pneumatic Compression Devices for Lymphedema market presents a profound evaluation of basic elements of Pneumatic Compression Devices for Lymphedema industry such as production scale and profit generation. Market driving factors, newly adopted technologies, latest business methodologies have been discussed in this report. The report also forecasts the potential of the market and reviews thorough analysis of vital segments and regional markets. The report includes essential detailing of vital facets of global Pneumatic Compression Devices for Lymphedema market which includes leading market players along with their profilesRead More


How to Perform Lymphatic Drainage Massage

“Patient compliance is the hardest part of self-care, especially for women, who are so used to taking care of others,” says Patel. She advises patients to set aside at least 20 minutes a day for lymphatic drainage massage. “If you only have a brief amount of time, perform the clearing stage of massage.” To begin reabsorption on the legs, you will use a “pumping” motion behind the knee: Place both hands behind your knees. “Pump” the back of the knee with a rolling, upward motion 10 to 15 times. YourRead More


If You Have These 10+ Characteristics, You Belong to the World’s Rarest Personality Type

What do Mother Theresa, Nelson Mandela, Morgan Freeman, Martin Luther King, and Nicole Kidman have in common? They’re all INFJ’s! The string of letters, INFJ, might not mean much to you, but together, they represent an unusual combination of personality traits. So unusual, in fact, that only about 1 or 2% of the world’s population is estimated to have this personality type. Here’s how to find out if you know someone who’s an INFJ (or if you’re one yourself!). A Quick Guide to the 16 Myers-Briggs Personality Types Introverted vs. Extroverted: DoRead More


What It’s Really Like to Have Narcolepsy

For people with this chronic sleep disorder, there is no corner of life that narcolepsy hasn’t touched. Julie Flygare’s battle with the condition, which has caused extreme exhaustion and even hallucinations, began in college—and she hasn’t stopped fighting since. For 34-year-old Julie Flygare, memories of college are somewhat of a blur. The Los Angeles resident first attributed her sleepiness during classes to the boring subject matter, but when she found herself in the bathroom every hour to wash her face and pinch her cheeks to keep from falling asleep, sheRead More


What It’s Like to Be an Empath

If you feel the earth’s pain before an earthquake or have a panic attack because someone near you is anxious, you might be an empath too. If you search for any article about “empaths“, you’ll find it has thousands of likes and hundreds of shares on Facebook, and in the comments, dozens of people claiming to be an empath themselves. Underneath “30 reasons you could be an empath” or “6 grounding tips for empaths and highly sensitives”, people lament the fact they were born an empath, welcome other newly realisedRead More


No, I’m not wasted or being rude – I’ve got narcolepsy

Other people started to notice too. I remember my friends saying to me, “Belle, it was a joke at first and we used to laugh at it, but now you’re literally falling asleep in every class… Are you OK?” So my mum took me to the doctor. They were reluctant to give me medication at first because I was so young – and they wanted to make sure I wasn’t just staying out late at night, or playing on my phone in bed. I was eventually diagnosed with narcolepsy whenRead More


No, I’m not wasted or being rude – I’ve got narcolepsy

People point, laugh, and even film me when I’m having sleep attacks For most people, sleep is a luxury – something you indulge in on a Sunday morning, curled up in bed without the pressure of an alarm clock. But for me, sleep has become my enemy. My life is pretty routine really – I’m a personal trainer in Amsterdam, where I live with my boyfriend and two other flatmates. I love working out, going shopping with my friends, and going out for dinner. All the usual stuff. But IRead More


Inverted narcissist is not a widely known term. Below, there are some traits that explain the behaviour of an inverted narcissist.

  A narcissist has an overwhelming need for admiration and usually a complete lack of empathy toward others. But have you ever heard the term inverted narcissist? Narcissistic personality disorder Individuals with the narcissistic personality disorder often think they are a real value in the life of all or any of the people they meet. While such behavior was somewhat appropriate for a king of the 16th century, it is not for today’s people. Individuals with the narcissistic personality disorder often experience snobbery or patronage attitudes. As with other personality disorders, the individual must be at least 18Read More