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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Superficiality'

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NJ toddler buys over $1,700 worth of goods online from Walmart 

 

Little Ayaansh Kumar of New Jersey is a mere 22 months old, yet he already knows how to handle a cellphone and — even more hilariously — to supply his family with more furniture than they'll ever need.

NJ toddler buys over $1,700 worth of goods online from Walmart

Michael Rapaport films brazen thief sauntering out of Upper East Side Rite Aid

LA woke DA refuses to prosecute shoplifters

Shelves are now ALL empty because 'everybody stole everything

Thieves steal 400 bulletproof vests for Ukraine

Men steal $4,200 liquor bottle

How Much Does It Cost To Own a KFC Franchise?

Compton man admits to robbing gay men he met on Grindr

Police arrest one-wheeled bandit accused of several break-ins

Teenage thief, 17, knocks himself out

Tags: $, App, Awareness, Business, Celebrity, Change, Children, Choices, Dating, Environment, Funny, Gay, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Neglect, Opportunity, Parental Burden, Parental Worry, Recovery, Restaurant, Sex, Superficiality, Theft, Treatment, Video, Warning, Weapon, Women In Charge

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08-Nov-2022


People reveal why they've turned their backs on their own PARENTS  

 

Relationships with parents can be tricky, as can be proven by these confessions from people who admit they haven't been able to forgive their mother and father for events from their childhood.

People reveal

Christians asks court to allow conversion therapy on kids

6 middle schoolers holding up letters to spell a slur

Texas resumes investigations into parents of trans children

Sixth child in US dies of unexplained hepatitis

Portuguese angered at influx of Californians who import their problems

Too many children are at risk because of their parents’ mental illness

School violence is so bad...

Graduations marred by shootings sign of continuing gun violence in America

Chris Jericho rips Florida school

Tags: Children, Choices, Contamination, Crazy People, Crime, Death, Disease, Education, Environment, Family, Free Speech, Fucking The Environment!, Gentrification, Hate, Infestation, Inhumanity, Interference, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Murder, Nature, Parental Burden, Parental Laziness, Privilege, Psychology, Relationships, Replacement, Respect, Superficiality, Surgery, Survival, Threat, Training, Treatment, Video, Violence, World

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23-May-2022


Woman Clashes With Her Husband After They Agree To Take In Her Deceased Best Friend's Children 

 

My best friend passed away unexpectedly nine months ago. It was not something that I ever thought would happen.

"She left behind 3 children, 8[Male], 4[Female] and 1[Female]. My husband and I were written to be her children's godparents."

We have never wanted children of our own and do not have any, but we accepted the role of being godparents because we figured that it's just a formality. Plus my best friend did not have many other people she could rely on."

"I want the children. My husband does not. He said he's willing to take care of them on weekends or something but not be their permanent guardian."

"He said keeping the children would violate a pretty big part of our marriage, considering he has never wanted children and has even got a vasectomy to prevent them."

Woman Clashes With Her Husband After They Agree To Take In Her Deceased Best Friend's Children

Tags: Adoption, Children, Choices, Damage, Enforcement, Etiquette, Interference, Investment, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Preference, Priorities, Rejection, Responsibility, Superficiality

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23-Nov-2020


I Can’t Believe My Son’s Friend Fed Him Indian Food Without Calling Me First. 

 

Q. Inappropriate food: My son, “Chris,” is 9. A few weeks ago, we decided to open our bubble to include the family of “Neil,” Chris’s best friend. Both of Neil’s parents are doctors, so this seemed like a safe decision. Both parents were born and raised in India. We let Chris have dinner at their place the other night since both boys were having a great time together. When we came to pick up Chris, Neil’s mom recounted to me how much chicken curry and lentils and vegetables Chris ate. I couldn’t believe that they served my son spicy curries without even calling to ask us if that would be OK! I was taken aback and gently mentioned that spicy foods can be hard on small tummies, but it didn’t seem to register. Thankfully Chris didn’t get sick. My wife says to drop it because any conversation will look racial in nature and to only let the boys play at our place. Please help.

I Can’t Believe My Son’s Friend Fed Him Indian Food Without Calling Me First.

Tags: Advice, Children, Environment, Etiquette, Experimentation, Exploration, Food, Health, Overreaction, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Racism, Relationships, Superficiality, Treatment

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12-Aug-2020


People Are Getting Busted for Affairs in Coronavirus Lockdown 

 

Over the last few weeks, as the coronavirus pandemic left millions stranded indoors, Chicago divorce attorney Mitch Gordon has started getting calls from people who’ve just learned some unwelcome information: their spouses are having affairs.

“The people who are juggling affairs are getting caught right now,” Gordon said. “I’ve had multiple calls from people who are like, ‘Alright, before this I wondered, but figured no. And now it’s clear it’s happening.’”

Vice

Tags: Cheating, Oops, Quarantine, Relationships, Superficiality

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22-Apr-2020


How The Brady Bunch Destroyed Parenting For a Generation 

 

It?s not such a stretch then to suggest that a popular TV program, such as The Brady Bunch, might have had a significant impact on how people have raised their children since. Millions of people have grown up watching The Brady Bunch, and many have seen it either as the perfect version of normal, or as the way they wished that they were raised in their own childhood. Would it influence the way they might one day raise their own children?

I think so.

Yet if we look at kids today, we see evidence of a pronounced lack of discipline. I submit that a generation of people who were raised on The Brady Bunch might come to see some legitimacy in the weak response from the TV parents, as though it?s somehow the enlightened course of action.

I also submit that it?s that kind lack of discipline that has contributed to an explosion in the number of incarcerations. Some 65 million people in the US have criminal records; is it too far-fetched to connect the dots between a lack of discipline in the home, and the need for the criminal justice system to do in adult life what the parents wouldn?t do in childhood?

Real life isn?t The Brady Bunch, and it?s beyond silly to think that that kind of non-discipline has any use at all. Sadly, it seems to have become the new normal in American households today.

Out Of Your Rut

Lambasted during my generation and enforced in today's parenting world. Huh? 14-Apr-2020

Tags: Backwards, Discipline, Effect, History, Investment, Irony, Lifestyle, Maturity, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Laziness, Relationships, Superficiality, Treatment, TV, Unruly Child

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14-Apr-2020


Margaret Court’s Church Reckons “The Blood Of Jesus” Will Protect Them From Coronavirus 
 

This week in ‘Good Ideas’, sub-category ‘What Could Possibly Go Wrong?’, Margaret Court and her congregation have declared that they are safe from the coronavirus pandemic because the blood of Jesus will protect them.

The Victory Life Church released a statement to followers yesterday, saying that daily prayers and additional hand sanitiser are the only measures they’ll take to combat the rapidly-spreading disease.

Pedestrian

Tags: Activism, Contagion, Coronavirus, Disease, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Health, Investment, Judgment, Lifestyle, Magic Splatter, Perception, Politics, Preference, Religion, Responsibility, Safety, Superficiality, Unruly Child

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13-Mar-2020


A middle school requires kids to dance with anyone who asks 

 

For weeks, 11-year-old Azlyn Hobson buzzed with excitement for the Valentine’s Day dance at her Utah middle school.

Two previous dances at the Laketown, Utah, school had been loads of fun, and this time she had a crush on a boy at school she hoped to dance with. On the morning of the big event, she layered a red-and-pink floral sundress over a long-sleeve T-shirt and leggings, and carefully arranged her hair.

But Azlyn’s enthusiasm waned when a different boy, who made her feel uncomfortable, asked her to share a slow dance.

“She was so excited in the morning when she left,” the girl’s mother, Alicia Hobson, told The Washington Post. “I asked if she got to dance with the boy she liked, and she did and she was happy. But in the same breath she was exasperated because she had to dance with the boy she hates.”

...dance with anyone who asks

Tags: Children, Choices, Dance, Education, Environment, Hypocrisy, Interference, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Politics, Superficiality, Training, Weird

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27-Feb-2020


So Long, California? Goodbye, Texas? Taxpayers Decide Some States Aren’t Worth It 

 

Two years after President Trump signed the tax law, its effects are rippling through local economies and housing markets, pushing some people to move from high-tax states where they have long lived. Parts of Florida, for example, are getting an influx of buyers from states such as New York, New Jersey and Illinois.

Many people saw their overall taxes go down after the 2017 law was passed. But the law had two main changes making it tougher to live in high-cost, high-tax states, especially compared with lower-taxed options. It essentially curbed how much homeowners can subtract from their federal taxes for paying local property and income taxes, by capping the state and local tax deduction at $10,000. It also lowered the size of mortgages for which new buyers can deduct the interest, to $750,000 from $1 million.

These changes have the biggest impact on a sliver of the population who have high incomes and live in expensive areas. They tend to have white-collar jobs and the ability to pick up and move. Many own their own businesses, work remotely or are nearing retirement.

Critics say the changes have hurt everyone who lives in high-tax states, by taking a bite out of tax revenue. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, for example, panned the state and local tax cap last year. “It has redistributed wealth in this nation from Democratic states—we’re also called blue states—to red states,” he said at the time.

WSJ

Tags: $, Environment, Exclusivity, Home, Investment, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Policy, Politics, Population, Poverty, Superficiality, Tax, Treatment

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25-Jan-2020


You are not a brand 

 

Say the term “personal brand.” Go ahead, I dare you. It’s cringe-worthy, right? I feel dirty just typing it.

That’s normal. Being a “brand” is sort of a gross concept, best reserved for commodities, cattle, and corporations—not people.

Humans aren’t hashtags. We’re complicated and nuanced. We have personal and professional lives. We’re moms and dads, partners and children, professionals, friends, and all the other stuff, too. We have different but authentic features of our personalities that we share on a day-by-day basis. Our quirks and flaws are part of that package.

That’s complicated in the age of social media. Not standing out carries serious risks when it comes to our professional lives, particularly if (like me) you’re part of generation X. How do you communicate you’re “all that and a bag of chips” without coming off like a poseur?

Fast Company

Tags: $, Business, Employment, Environment, Judgment, Representation, Social Media, Success, Superficiality, Treatment

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06-Aug-2019


DOES BEING IN A RELATIONSHIP MEAN GOING TO EVERY SOCIAL EVENT ON YOUR S.O.’S CALENDAR? 

 

Star-spangled bikinis aside, the Fourth of July isn’t the most sexy of all holidays (it certainly falls behind the romance-heavy celebrations like Valentine’s Day, New Years Eve, and Christmas). Perhaps part of my stance has to do with the fact that this year, my barbecue plate certainly won’t include a side dish of sex. That’s because I’m opting out of my boyfriend’s big July 4th bash this year—one of the recurring social events he’s been having with his friends for a decade. While at this point, his friends are my friends and my friends are his friends, and we all love each other and all that jazz…I just don’t know if I love them at an amount of 10-hours-at-a-faraway-beach-with-no-exit-plan. So, “learn to when to say no” is something I can successfully check off my to-do list.

I get that it appears as though I’m dead in the wrong in my choice to go this route. Because isn’t the golden rule of relationships that old proverb, “If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends”? The argument makes sense to me; in the early days of your relationship, getting “with” your new squeeze’s friends is major. You don’t need to be a walking Cool Girl Who Can Hang trope, but being at least cordial with the people your love loves is a fair expectation if you want to last. That much I can handle, because I love my partner (and also, phew, he happens to know some good people and sometimes my introverted self is surprised by how much fun we can have).

Well and Good

Tags: Advice, Dating, Environment, Relationships, Responsibility, Self Interest, Superficiality, Treatment

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01-Jul-2019


“Climate Apartheid” Is Imminent. Only the Rich Will Survive. 

 

“Climate Apartheid”

If our global climate change catastrophe continues unchecked, vast swaths of the world will likely become harsher and far less hospitable for humanity.

When that happens, an even greater rift will appear between the global haves and have-nots, as many people will be left without the means to escape the worst effects of the climate crisis, according to a new report published Tuesday by the U.N.’s Human Rights Council that describes an impending “climate apartheid.”

While the rich hire private firefighters or move to more expensive habitable areas, the report predicts that 120 million people will be pushed into poverty by 2030 by climate change. Many more will die.

Futurism

Tags: Awareness, Environment, Exclusivity, Future, Hypocrisy, Inhumanity, Lifestyle, Nature, Population, Poverty, Safety, Science, Superficiality, Survival, Weather, World

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27-Jun-2019


I had to "break up" with my therapist because finding effective mental health care isn't easy 

 

When an acquaintance offered to pay for my therapy, I was so grateful for the opportunity to get the help I needed. But, after just three sessions, I had to call it quits.

A lot had happened before I started my search for therapy. In 2015, I failed to secure a visa that would have allowed me to work at possibly one of the most highly-reputed companies in Africa. When I first received the job offer, I thought that, finally, I had achieved some semblance of comforting stability in my life. Achieving permanent employment had been a rollercoaster ride—but my whole life has been a rollercoaster ride. Often, it has been one with more downs than ups after surviving sexual abuse, emotional abuse, a dysfunctional family, and financial challenges. It’s been overwhelming, for me and for my loved ones caught in the ride.

So you can imagine how relieved I felt when I got the job because I could finally fend for myself. You can probably also imagine how I felt when my application for a work visa was denied.

Hello Giggles

Nothing Comes Before My Mental Health: 5 Lessons I Learned After Treatment

Tidying Up: What Cleanliness Says About Your Mental Health

Arianna Huffington: It’s Time to Prioritize Our Mental Health in Our Everyday Lives

Tags: Clean, Environment, Family, Instructional, Judgment, Mental Health, Portrait, Privilege, Race, Recovery, Relationships, Respect, Superficiality, Therapy, Treatment, Women

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03-May-2019