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Brian Klein

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  1. One of the best books I've read in my time; it's setting is in a real town in the real world; there is a small fun fact about this book. While the book itself is fiction, they had to give it a prefix, a small inscription states that the saloon is not real. This is a book in a chronicle of books spider Robinson created. I would recommend everyone read it at-least once.
  2. One of the biggest struggles in my life has always been ADHD, I could not begin to express how frustrating it is to have this issue; I hear from a lot of individuals that claim to have this issue; but you will be surprised how few actually do; If you or anyone you know might have ADHD or even it's cousin ADD; take a moment to understand them and how their mind works. Trust me, this issue isolates the person with ADHD more than you can imagine. Read the full article below: Loving a Person with A.D.D. or A.D.H.D. - Life Related Resources - HS Community COMMUNITY.HUMANASTORY.COM It’s a fact; a person with ADD is hard to love. You never know what to say. It’s like walking through a minefield. You tiptoe around...
  3. One of the biggest struggles in my life has always been ADHD, I could not begin to express how frustrating it is to have this issue; I hear from a lot of individuals that claim to have this issue; but you will be surprised how few actually do; If you or anyone you know might have ADHD or even it's cousin ADD; take a moment to understand them and how their mind works. Loving a Person with A.D.D. or A.D.H.D. - Life Related Resources - HS Community COMMUNITY.HUMANASTORY.COM It’s a fact; a person with ADD is hard to love. You never know what to say. It’s like walking through a minefield. You tiptoe around...
  4. Well mainly, I pester you lol.
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  6. Do not for one second think you are the only one there kiddo! If it don't have chocolate it is not real food! Personally, I feel chocolate should be it's own food category!
  7. Tis the job of the low official to give thanks and share in all that is joyous! --- I'd like to welcome you all who have come, new to the site! @Anton Deck, @Berries Lonely People welcomes you! Tell us a little about yourself and feel free to ask for any help as you peruse through the community in search of the lost Aztec gold and all the fame that goes with the fortune!
  8. Loneliness may play a key role in an individual’s social constraints following a cancer diagnosis and its treatment, which in turn, may worsen symptom burden, according to a study published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine. “Cancer patients have high rates of persistent and disabling symptoms. Evidence suggests that social constraints (e.g., avoidance and criticism) negatively impact symptoms, but pathways linking these variables have yet to be identified,” the researchers wrote. The researchers aimed to determine if cancer-related loneliness was a key link between social constraints and symptoms, such as pain interference, fatigue, sleep disturbances and cognitive complaints, by collecting surveys from 182 patients with cancer. Read the full article below: Loneliness, Social Constraints May Increase Cancer Symptom Burden WWW.CURETODAY.COM Loneliness may play a key role in an individual’s social constraints following a cancer diagnosis and its treatment, which in turn...
  9. Whenever I see these kind of articles, I cannot help but wonder, is that money actually going to help; with so much corruption these days I am reminded that they just take the money and run; take the 'Clinton Foundation' one of the biggest in the world; while we all know what it claims to do, here is a slice of reality.
  10. Humanastory was built out of the need for human companionship, a togetherness that only comes from people helping people. We wanted to be able to tell our stories and share our experiences with everyone who needed them. By us telling our stories we are able to share that moment that forever changed who we are. But the idea is to not just tell our story, but share the journey in how we overcame that moment in our lives, allowing others to read and see the story and connect to the one sharing it. Most people want to tell the horrid things, but fail to share the accomplishments. At Humanastory we are not those people; we are the strong, the winners, and the achievers. We believe that sharing our experience will help someone out there in the same situation, and allow them to connect with others that have already conquered their struggle. We give the resource within our stories to help those who otherwise would fall - the help to stand up and face what is in front of them without fear or doubt. We believe everyone has the ability to succeed in life. If you are alive on this little rock hurling through that endless void we call space, you are a Humanastorian! How much of one, is up to you.
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