Not prying is one of the reasons I dont buy womens mags I cant stand all those nasty paperazzi long lens photos of people in private moments. Its wrong. If you or I took photos through our nieghbours bedroom window we would be arrested as perverts yet when its a journalist doing it to a famous person it gets into the papers or mags and people pay…[Read more]
You’re absolutely right, TestDummyC. It is usually assumed the more attractive the person, the more intelligent they are. Unfortunately, no matter how attractive a person, when they have to pass an exam, they need their brains. No amount of makeup can take someone to university, either.
I have found all your responses interesting. Mental health used to be a taboo subject, but nowadays it is more accepted. It can still be difficult to discuss it with someone, but talking to a doctor does ease the burden. Because I am glad to have the treatment and the support. One-to-one therapy is my choice. I would feel too uncomfortable in a…[Read more]
I know exactly what you’re saying, cassandra. Having people pry into others personal business drives me up the wall. It is NO ONE’S business what a person – famous or not – is going through or what they’re feeling, or their bank balance or how even they live.
I’d tell them very clearly: get your nose OUT of my business and never pry again. I…[Read more]
Yesterday I was watching the news on BBC and I saw a tearful Gareth Thomas telling the world he has HIV. At first I couldnt understand what the fuss was about because he said he was having treatment and was now UD (undectable thats when the virus count in your blood is so low that it cant be counted and you cannot infect anyone…[Read more]
Hi , your husband is right in the US and the UK vets are one of the largest groups liable to suffer MH issues and then homelessness and self harm or suicide. Absolutly disgusting that our governments expect these young men to fight ofr their counrty and then do little or nothing to help them through the trauma they suffer as a result.
I have just ordered some new boots. Not the Edwardian ones I would like to have, just some for day to day wear in the winter. I looked in town yesterday but the shop I looked for has changed hands. Their styles were far less interesting and mostly lower quality. I prefer to buy shoes that last. They didn’t do the larger sizes in many so I decided…[Read more]