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Should You Reconcile With Your Ex-Boyfriend or Move On

22nd October 2012
Moving forward with your life after a breakup with your guy can sometimes be a difficult task even when you may have been the person who did the break-up. Over time, you might start feeling somehow hurting and also lonely as a consequence of the breakup. ... Read >
Author: Raymond Ehoma

Gynecomastia Solution - Getting Rid of Man Boobs

21st November 2011
Gynecomastia, which is the development of female-like breasts in men can be very humiliating and distressing. Enlarged male breasts can bring emotional distress to men. They become too self-conscious or embarrassed with their appearance. This disorder can... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

What To Do After A Theft Or Burglary In Your House

10th May 2010
A theft or a burglary at home can be the worst thing to happen to anybody. Such incidents leave the home owners with a feeling of being violated, angered and scared. In worst cases thefts and burglaries can cause emotional distress and trauma to the owner... Read >
Author: Samuel Teo

Healing Powers of Semi-Precious Stones

23rd April 2010
Healing with natural stones is a practice traced back to many centuries ago, and there are still those who believe in the healing power of precious and semi-precious stones and metals. Modern research in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases does support t... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Unhapiness and Anxiety Caused by Loneliness

03rd February 2010
It was the biggest story to break in 2007. The gripping violence glued thousands on their t.v. screens. Cold and calculated, a South Korean student went on a rampage, killing 30 more people till he also died with his own weapon.atching the news cuts throu... Read >
Author: Milton Sykes

Emotional Distress Caused by Workplace Bullies

21st July 2009
Emotional distress claims at workplace are usually caused by workplace bullying by a superior or a co-employee. The emotional distress could be caused by actions by an individual or a group and workplace bullying can take on different forms. Workpl... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Women Health issues,Menstruation, Menstrual Cycle

16th July 2009
Women's Health :Menstruation Menstruation means an onset of puberty or entering into adulthood. Hormonal changes take places in a girl. There are lots of physical changes that go through in a girl's body such as breast development, shape and hair patte... Read >
Author: Teluguvanitha

Canadian Lawyers and Laws on Veterinary Malpractice

12th June 2009
We're all familiar with medical malpractice in the common sense where an impetuous surgeon misplaces a scalpel or two inside a patient's chest cavity... but what about pets? As it turns out, more and more cases are surfacing involving the death of a pet d... Read >
Author: Kevin Johnson

Bacterial colitis is the most common cause of colitis

05th November 2008
Pseudomembranous colitis is a form of inflammatory colitis characterized by the pathologic presence of pseudomembranes consisting of mucin, fibrin, necrotic cells, and polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Bacterial colitis is the most common cause of colitis, pa... Read >
Author: colitismnix231

Crush your last pack of cigarettes and never light up again!

20th October 2008
What is a smoking addiction? A smoking addiction means a person has formed an uncontrollable dependence on cigarettes to the point where stopping causes emotional distress! Why is smoking more difficult to overcome than other addictions? Well, some pr... Read >
Author: Vcoach

Proving Eligibility for Disability Welfare Benefits

14th October 2008
A disability at any age can be difficult for anybody. Losing the ability to be able to support yourself is never easy. Aside from the emotional distress this brings you, there is the more obvious economic impact on your life. Questions such as where you w... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Stop Overeating: Self Hypnosis For Compulsive Overeating

15th August 2008
Overeating is a habit that many people develop early in life. It is also a habit that can cause serious medical implications. Overeating is defined as eating beyond the point of satiety and when not prompted by hunger. In our society, where food is plente... Read >
Author: Mark C Roberts
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