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When Are Babies Scared Of Strangers? Experts Weigh In 
 

Some folks just can't help themselves. If they see a baby, it's like they must make faces at them, wave to them, or just say hi before they burst. (It's me. I'm some folks.) Sometimes this goes well. Other times the baby is terrified. But when are babies scared of strangers? I would like to know so I don't cause a meltdown by waving to a baby who is just minding their own business.

When Are Babies Scared Of Strangers? Experts Weigh In

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Etiquette, Family, Fear, Health, Men, Mental Health, Parenting, Safety, Training, Vulnerable

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20-Oct-2020


‘Something Extremely Bad Is Happening Here’ 

 

Teens are dying by suicide at an alarming rate. Public health officials call it a crisis. Researchers have identified several clusters nationwide. The survivors in this Arizona community are fighting back

‘Something Extremely Bad Is Happening Here’

Tags: Death, Environment, Family, Hostility, Life Sucks, Lifestyle, Loneliness, Mental Health, Neglect, Parental Burden, Relationships, Social Media, Suicide, Surge, Threat

Filed under: Health/Food

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20-Oct-2020


90 Day Fiancé: How Armando's Ex Wife Died In A Car Crash 

 

Now, the 90 Day Fiancé celeb is letting his fans know more about his late wife's car accident. He took to his Instagram (via Cheat Sheet) and explained what happened on the day of his late wife's death. He wrote, "This message is to clear up my daughter's mother's passing. I am addressing this to clear up any confusion as I did not want to go into specifics on the show but now I find it necessary." He continued, "My then-wife and I had been separated for a few months before her passing for a number of reasons, one of which was anger issues she was working on." He further told his 135K IG followers that they were trying to be friends while they were separated. He said, "During our separation we were working on rebuilding our friendship again…During the divorce proceedings and on the evening of her passing a disagreement took place over finances and I thought it would be best to leave the situation and return back to my home." However, while he was driving back, he got hit by another car from behind.

90 Day Fiancé: How Armando's Ex Wife Died In A Car Crash

Tags: Accident, Celebrity, Choices, Death, Environment, Family, Gay, Hate, LGBTQ, Marriage, Mental Health, Parental Burden, TV, TV Gay Swatch, Violence, Weird, Women In Charge, World

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19-Oct-2020


These 4 Halloween Candies Are the Worst—But These 15 Are Healthier for You 

 

Okay, so you might be too old to go trick-or-treating now, but Halloween season does mean Halloween candy time. Bonus points if you have a kid or know a kid you can "borrow" some Snickers or Kit Kats from. Candy can be found everywhere this time of year—if you go over to a friend's house, they might have a bowl of fun-sized candy bars, or you might find some in your office (thanks, HR). And if you're really smart about buying candy, you'll be at your local drugstore for discounted candies on November 1 (I know I will be!). Bottom line, you're probably going to be tempted with a lot of sweet treats, so how can you indulge while making sure you're not screwing with your healthy eating plan?

The answer: Let yourself live a little. According to integrative dietitian nutritionist Robin Foroutan, MD, RDN, HHC, a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, "The best Halloween candy to eat is the one that you love the most!" She continues, "Eat it slowly—enjoy the smell, the flavor, and texture—really savor it so that you get maximum enjoyment. "However, she does caution all you candy lovers to eat a healthy snack before heading to a party so you make better choices once you get there. And if there's one special treat you can't wait to eat every year on Halloween, go for it and move on. "Remember," she says, "one meal at a party or one day of eating a bit of candy is not going to ruin your health. Do your best, get the healthy foods and exercise in, and enjoy."

These 4 Halloween Candies Are the Worst—But These 15 Are Healthier for You

Tags: Children, Choices, Environment, Etiquette, Halloween, Inclusion, Interference, Judgment, Junk Food, Life Expectancy, Mental Health, Nobody Cares, Poverty, Racial Tension, Release, Responsibility, Safety, Satisfaction

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18-Oct-2020


Man Allegedly Yelled ‘Black Lives Don’t Matter’ Before Breaking Black Teen’s Jaw With Bike Chain 

 

A Michigan man who allegedly yelled “Black lives don’t matter” before breaking a Black teen’s jaw with a bike chain has been charged with committing a hate crime.

Lee Mouat, 42, was walking with his family at a public beach in Monroe, Michigan on June 6 when he allegedly started complaining loudly about the music a group of Black teens was playing, according to a criminal complaint affidavit uploaded Tuesday by the U.S. Justice Department.

Mouat, who is white, allegedly commented on the teens’ “gang music” and referred to the three young men as “n-----s” and “monsters,” according to one witness.

“I wish somebody would say something to me so I can beat them,” the witness recalled Mouat saying, according to the affidavit.

Man Allegedly Yelled ‘Black Lives Don’t Matter’ Before Breaking Black Teen’s Jaw With Bike Chain

Tags: Activism, Backlash, Complaint, Cultural, Fear, Hate, Hostility, Injury, Mental Health, Minors, Misconduct, Racial Tension, Racism, Safety, Threat, Thug, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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18-Oct-2020


The Fatal Gang Rape of a Young Woman Is Forcing a Reckoning in India Over the Caste System 

 

On Sept. 29, a 19 year-old woman died of injuries after she was allegedly gang raped by a group of men in a field in Hathras district, in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. She was a Dalit, member of a community at the bottom of India’s rigid caste hierarchy, while the four alleged perpetrators, who have been arrested and charged with murder and rape, are members of a dominant upper caste.

The woman had spent two weeks fighting for her life in a Delhi hospital after the alleged gang rape on Sept.14, which left her with severe damage to her spinal cord. (The woman has not been named in the Indian press due to a law that prohibits identifying the victims of sexual violence.)

The Fatal Gang Rape of a Young Woman Is Forcing a Reckoning in India Over the Caste System

Tags: Crime, Cruelty, Cultural, Environment, Exclusivity, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Poverty, Rape, Sex, Victims, Violence, Woman's Rights, World, Youth

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18-Oct-2020


My Partner Thinks I’m a Monster for Getting My Building’s Maintenance Workers Fired 

 

I live in a huge apartment complex with about 500 tenants. I happen to live on the back side of the complex, with a window facing the dumpster in the alleyway. Many of the maintenance workers hang out in that alley when they’re not working. I’ve been working from home for six months now, meaning I spend way more time overhearing their conversations than I used to. They probably spend three to four hours a day just shooting the breeze. They laugh loudly, speak at a way higher volume than necessary, and tell an endless number of sexist jokes in Spanish (I speak Spanish fluently so I can understand every word). I hate having to listen to sexist vitriol for literally hours every day. I’ve tried headphones and a white noise machine but neither block out the sound.

I finally gave up and emailed management. Three of the guys were fired. They have been replaced with workers who spend significantly less time joking and hanging out in the back alley. I view this as a win: I don’t have to be subjected to this for hours every day, and the guys learned a valuable lesson about not going on sexist rants at work. My partner, on the other hand, is angry at me. They say I should’ve just talked to the men myself (which seems naïve, considering they clearly hate women) or, in my email to the complex, asked for the men not to be fired. I disagree. All I did was speak up about an issue that affected me—it’s not my responsibility how the complex chooses to handle it. My partner is basically saying I’m a monster for getting blue-collar workers fired. We cannot seem to move past this issue. Did I do the right thing? What can I do now to get my partner and I past this difference of opinion?

—Not Sorry They’re Gone

My Partner Thinks I’m a Monster for Getting My Building’s Maintenance Workers Fired

Tags: Advice, Backlash, Complaint, Effect, Employment, Etiquette, Interference, Mental Health, Racial Tension, Relationships, Struggling

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17-Oct-2020


Narcissists: Masters of Overcompensation 

 

A consensus now exists that narcissists hide, both from themselves and others, deficits in their self-image. And they typically overcompensate for their underlying sense of inferiority by displaying to the world a calculated manipulativeness that all-too-easily can fool those around them, seduced into believing what the narcissist tells them, or shows them as representing the essential truth of their being.

In fact, anything that threatens their need to feel superior can lead to their fiercely projecting onto others what, legitimately enough, they’ve been accused of. Even a well-intended suggestion can provoke them and be sharply rebuffed because they take it as implying that the other person doesn’t think they’ve done something well enough.

What’s especially striking here is that, largely without any sort of developed conscience themselves, they rely on their victim’s conscience to get what they want from them. Again turning to Preston Ni, by cunningly inducing guilt in their unsuspecting victims, they can emotionally bribe them to “win favors, concessions, sacrifices, and/or commitments.”

So it’s hardly uncommon for these victims—after, that is, they’ve managed to escape the narcissist’s clutches, or even been rejected by them—to wonder, “What’s happened to me? I never felt this negative about myself before.”

Narcissists: Masters of Overcompensation

Tags: Mental Health, Perception, Psychology, Weird

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17-Oct-2020


 

I put my vulnerabilities out there and... every... single... person... used it against me and I have done the same. The beast's flower will shed its last pedal in the afterglow of love until each other's vulnerabilities disintegrates it. How is the theory of vulnerability successful for relationship proximity? 17-Oct-2020

Tags: ?, Life, Mental Health, Reality, Relationships

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17-Oct-2020


Florida took thousands of kids from families, then failed to keep them safe. 

 

In a matter of months, the foster care system found itself drowning in hundreds of new cases. By 2017, the state needed space for 6,000 additional foster children – an influx equivalent to the size of the entire foster population of the state of New Jersey.

But lawmakers, child welfare leaders and Scott did not hire more caseworkers or increase the money paid to foster families to make more homes available. And they failed to tackle the root problems driving most of the removals: lack of access to drug treatment, mental health care and domestic violence services for parents.

Instead, they stood by as foster care agencies packed children into overcrowded homes and sent nearly 200 boys and girls to foster parents previously accused of abusing or neglecting the children in their care, a USA TODAY investigation found.

Florida took thousands of kids from families, then failed to keep them safe.

10-Month-Old Is Allegedly Beaten to Death by Football Coach Dad, Who Googled 'Baby Isn't Breathing'

Barry Bennell sentenced to fifth jail term for sexual offences against boys

Tags: $, Abuse, Backlash, Children, Death, Environment, Family, Govt, Investigation, Leaders, Mental Health, Murder, Neglect, Parental Crime, Protection, Responsibility, Sad, Safety, Sex, Threat, Treatment, Violence, Vulnerable

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16-Oct-2020


Jaden Smith Once Told Ellen DeGeneres He Was Going to ‘Buy’ His Parents’ House and Give Them a ‘Little Apartment’ 

 

Here’s what Jaden told Ellen DeGeneres about eventually hoping to purchase his parents’ home.

Later in the interview, DeGeneres told Jaden he must be making quite a lot of earnings from his films.

“I understand you’re saving money for something special,” DeGeneres told Jaden. “What are you saving for?”

“I’m gonna buy my parents’ house,” the child admitted.

“You’re gonna buy your parents’ house from them?” DeGeneres clarified.

“From them, yes,” Jaden clarified. Then, when DeGeneres asked if Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith would be living with Jaden after he purchases their home, Jaden further explained he’d get them a new place. “No, I’m gonna give them a little apartment.”

“Will that be in the backyard?” DeGeneres continued. “Or, where will that apartment be?”

Jaden Smith Once Told Ellen DeGeneres He Was Going to ‘Buy’ His Parents’ House and Give Them a ‘Little Apartment’

Tags: Celebrity, Environment, Exclusivity, Family, Hostility, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Priorities, Privilege, Psychology, Punishment, Spoiled, Youth

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11-Oct-2020


Report: 29 million girls, women victims of modern slavery  

 

A new report estimates that 29 million women and girls are victims of modern slavery, exploited by practices including forced labour, forced marriage, debt-bondage and domestic servitude.

Grace Forrest, co-founder of the Walk Free anti-slavery organisation, said Friday that means one in every 130 women and girls is living in modern slavery today, more than the population of Australia.

"The reality is that there are more people living in slavery today than any other time in human history," she told a U.N. news conference.

Walk Free defines modern slavery "as the systematic removal of a person’s freedom, where one person is exploited by another for personal or financial gain," she said.

According to the report, titled "Stacked Odds," women account for 99% of all victims of forced sexual exploitation, 84% of all victims of forced marriage, and 58% of all victims of forced labour.

Report: 29 million girls, women victims of modern slavery

Tags: $, Children, Enforcement, Inhumanity, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Politics, Population Control, Safety, Sex, Sex Work, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Slave Labor, Slavery, Statistics, Supremacy, Surge, Survival, Threat, Trade, Violence, World

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11-Oct-2020


Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests 

 

The vast majority of Latinos living in the U.S. (around 60.6 million) are not undocumented, but 15.7% lived in poverty in 2019, a number that had been falling, but is still more than double their white counterparts, according to Census data.

Latinos also make up a large portion of the labor force in service sectors that were considered essential after the COVID-19 pandemic started (some 65%) -- like some construction, health care and food service workers -- leaving them at higher risk of being exposed to the disease without the protections typically afforded first responders and other traditional essential workers.

"Why are Latinos dying at a higher rate? Because we have no choice," said Frankie Miranda, the president of the Hispanic Federation, which supports Latino-led non-profits around the country. "We have to go to work, stock the shelves, deliver the food, be the sanitation workers, and of course we don't have the protective gear or any kind of information that can help us really navigate this. We know this for sure because our member agencies -- that were already underfunded and under-resourced -- were the ones that needed to step in and be the first responders for our communities."

When asked why he believes the Mexican community has not jumped into action and demanded racial equality following the Black Lives Matter protests, Alvarez suggested: "We are too afraid. Even if you want to do a peaceful protest, you don't want to be arrested because you can get deported."

Alvarez's case points to another situation that many Latinos say is affecting the community: lack of unity.

Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests

Tags: All Rights, Cultural, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Hate, Health, History, Hostility, Humiliation, Inhumanity, Judgment, Latinos, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Opinion, Politics, Protection, Racism, Safety, Treatment, Vulnerable

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11-Oct-2020


Phil Collins wants to kick his ex-wife out of Miami home: reports 

 

It’s not another day in paradise.

Phil Collins is kicking his ex-wife out of his Miami mansion, according to sources close to the singer-songwriter.

Collins, 69, plans to file an eviction lawsuit to remove Orianne Cevey, who says she isn’t going anywhere and recently changed the security codes at the home, according to TMZ.

Cevey, 46, threatened to release potentially embarrassing and false accusations against Collins if he continues with plans to remove her from the sprawling mansion, according to a source.

Phil Collins wants to kick his ex-wife out of Miami home: reports

Tags: Celebrity, Concern, Environment, Fail, Fear, Greed, Honesty, Hostility, Humiliation, Invasion, Marriage, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Opinion, Relationships, Safety, Seniors, Threat, Vulnerable, Women In Charge, Youth

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10-Oct-2020


’90 Day Fiancé’: Vanessa’s Ex Calls Colt ‘a Total Scumbag,’ Details How She Cheated on Him With the Reality Star 

 

Colt’s friendship with Vanessa was a huge point of contention in his relationship with Jess during the last season of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? It caused several fights and, ultimately, pushed Jess to break up with Colt for good.

Colt finally admitted that he’d cheated on both Larissa and Jess with Vanessa. During the tell-all, he said he’d emotionally cheated on Larissa with Vanessa and that he slept with her while he was with Jess.

After the tell-all, Vanessa’s ex, True Lamaun, was interviewed by 90 Day Fiancé blogger John Yates to share his side of the story.

True says he knew Vanessa would speak regularly with Colt but he thought he was just a “buddy.” But as time went on, Vanessa and Colt started to spend more and more time together, including intimate lunches and road trips.

90 Day Fiancé’: Vanessa’s Ex Calls Colt ‘a Total Scumbag

Tags: Celebrity, Cheating, Dating, Eek, Hate, Marriage, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Reality, Relationships, Revenge, Sex, Swagerer, Treatment, Women

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10-Oct-2020




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