My husband have already warned me that I might have a very nasty reaction with the cold weather here. He told me to bring some lip balm and lip gloss, anything that would help me avoid my lips to crack. He knows how sensitive my skin is. When we arrived we readily bought Dove soap and Johnson’s baby lotion. This are the products that I am using at home and agrees with my skin. Unfortunately that was not the case here. Despite the fact that I religiously apply lotion my skin is so dry, flaky and itchy. The skin in my foot have already been bruised because I kept on scratching it. Yesterday, the skin on my back got a bad scratching from me. That when I asked the husband to put in alcohol I scream in pain. Yeah, I have nasty wounds now. I hope I can repair the damage by putting lots and lots of lotion.
It is very important for parents to provide healthy food for their children. Toddlers nowadays are exposed to different types of junk food anywhere like at the mall. Parents should be responsible enough to limit their intake of such foods. Providing toddlers with a healthy menu might be hard during the initial stage. They may also have a not so easy time in tasting these foods. But in the process of healthy eating, they can surely adjust to it.
I woke up on the wrong side of the bed. I woke up feeling lousy and wanted to cry. Good thing my husband is there to comfort me. He was asking me what was wrong. Well, I just had some not so good dreams. And one of this is that we were already going home. I know this setup is temporary but thinking about being away again from the husband gives me a lot of heartache. But as they say, seize the day. Carpe Diem! So for today, I try to shrugged the blues and be happy!
Fifteen million Americans are diagnosed with clinical depression. Many more people are left undiagnosed for years. This makes depression an extremely common illness and it is entirely treatable. The number one thing the public needs to be the most aware of about depression is, it is not the person’s fault. Lab reports show that when one is clinically depressed there is a chemical imbalance happening in the brain that no amount of cheering up or lecturing is going to cure. It takes a variety of therapies and medication to move the brain back into a balanced state.