I am old. Not quite a pensioner yet, but in terms of the Habbo population I might as well be put in a home. Fortunately, plenty of other Habz veterans are getting past the point where they too are considered old. Do you fit the bill? Are you beyond your sell-by date? Give that Read More button a click to see some indicators that you might be entering your Golden Years!
Have you ever felt frustrated with everything going wrong? People say “It’s not the end of the world!” but it feels like it! If you’d like to read about first-world problems then read more now!
Stomach aches are very annoying and also hard to be cured unless you know exactly the reason of the ache is. What if it was a sudden ache and you don’t know what’s the reason? Don’t worry. Today we’ll be covering how to stop and fight those aches without taking any drugs.
If I told you I was not a crier, I would be lying through my teeth. I am a super emotional person, and I find that sentimental things play a huge part in why I tear up. You may already know if you’ve read my previous articles that I have spoken about Sex and the City, and how it had impacted my life in both good and bad ways. I am going to bring back this TV show and talk about it once more because I just finished the last episode of season six. I will not ruin it too much, but trust me- it works with what I would like to say.
There was a post circulating around on Facebook the other day, which read; I love to see people succeed in life (or something along those lines). About half way through the last episode I think my tear ducts had their work outs for the day, and this is why;
As someone who has and is dealing with anxiety, I am always reverting to the standard response to those around me who ask, “how are you?” or “how are you feeling?” – I always respond with “I’m fine.” In most cases, it blows over and we move along although deep down inside I am screaming, wanting to tell more but too afraid to open up even just a little because I do not want to impose on others. This conversation from The Italian Job depicts how I really feel inside when I say, “I’m fine.”
John Bridger: I feel so optimistic. How do you feel?
Charlie Croker: [shrugging] I’m fine.
John Bridger: Fine? You know what “fine” stands for, don’t you?
Charlie Croker: Yeah, unfortunately.
John Bridger: Freaked out…
Charlie Croker: Insecure…
John Bridger: Neurotic…
Charlie Croker: And Emotional.
Is there more to it than just being Freaked out, Insecure, Neurotic, and Emotional? Is there a tangible line between being “FINE,” and really being fine?