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Allegations Of Abuse Within The Convent Walls 

 

Religious orders are supposed to provide spiritual guidance to those who join. But some of the women who entered Sisters Minor of Mary Immaculate (SMMI) say they faced physical and emotional abuse.

Patricia Budd, one of the former nuns of SMMI, first entered in 1995 in hopes of connecting with her Catholicism. It was at her first retreat where she met the order’s U.S. delegate, Sister Theresa Kovacs.

“It was a lot of hugs. There was a lot of encouragement,” Budd told HuffPost. “They would listen to you, and you felt really important, and you felt like you’re valued.” But soon after she joined, Budd and the other nuns realized things were not as they seemed.

“I witnessed other girls just being yelled at on a constant basis by Theresa Kovacs,” said Rose, who joined SMMI in 1995. (Three interviewees asked to only be identified by their first names.) According to Rose, a sister named Georgiana often got the brunt of Kovacs’ anger.

“It would be a torrent of the nastiest stuff you could ever say to a human being, she would say to me,” said Georgiana. “It was meant to keep people in line.”

The nuns faced strict rules. They weren’t allowed to speak to each other. They weren’t allowed to go for walks outside the convent doors.

“Basically your food is pretty much less and less,” she said. “And so, that’s pretty much like what a cult is — and break you down. That’s the whole thing. Always to break you down.”

Allegations Of Abuse Within The Convent Walls

Tags: Culture, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Horror, Hostility, Interference, Investment, Loneliness, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Portrait, Safety, Self Interest, Survival, Women

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29-Dec-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

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20-Oct-2020


Majority of Pet Owners Admit to Canceling Plans to Hang with Dog Instead, Survey Finds 

 

Earlier this month, Wisdom Health Genetics, a leading pet genetics company and maker of Wisdom Panel dog DNA tests, released the results of its 2020 Pet Census survey, painting an up-to-date picture of human-pet connections.

Over 13,000 pet owners participated in the survey, accounting for about 25,000 dogs and 6,000 cats.

One notable finding in the census is that the majority of pup parents — 72 percent, to be exact — admitted to canceling social plans simply to spend time with their four-legged pal. For cat owners, that total was 32 percent.

Proving animals are just as much part of the family as any human, 64 percent of pet owners said they view their dog or cat as a child or family member.

Majority of Pet Owners Admit to Canceling Plans to Hang with Dog Instead, Survey Finds

Tags: Adoption, Animals, Family, Friendship, Loneliness, Mental Health, Nature, Parenting, Relationships, Study

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24-Sep-2020


 

Black and brown people make up two-thirds of US coronavirus deaths below age 65, a new study found

US coronavirus deaths take a long-expected turn for the worse

First child dies due to coronavirus in South Carolina, DHEC says

Florida 'Karen' calls black woman a 'good little slave' for putting on a mask - and claims it's fine for her to say that because she's Mexican

Passenger punches, spits at Lyft driver after he asks her to wear a face mask

Tags: Argument, Etiquette, Hate, Health, Ignorance, Illness, Infected, Inhumanity, Injury, Joy, Judgment, Loneliness, Mental Health, Murder, Neglect, Nobody Cares, Overpopulation, Overreaction, Parental Crime, Parental Laziness, Priorities, Racial Tension, Rampage, Reckless, Safety, Self Interest, Self-defence, Service, Statistics, Threat, Travel, Treatment, Unruly Child, Violence, Women In Charge

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12-Jul-2020


Casual Sex: Harmless Fun or Harmful to the Soul? 

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused lockdowns across the world, cutting off opportunities for socializing with others. While hard data is not readily available, this lockdown likely led to a massive decrease in promiscuity and casual sex. Now that lockdowns are easing, social venues are beginning to reopen and singles are once again starting to mingle. This will undoubtedly increase opportunities for casual sexual encounters.

However, the long period of home confinement will have given many people pause for thought about their lifestyles—including their sex lives. For some, this may have led to a rethinking of sexual priorities, while for others this extended period of involuntary celibacy can not end quickly enough.

"I just wanted to fuckk as many women as I can, but I could feel like its empty... during one week, I was with 4 or 5 different girls but the next day I felt this emptiness, and I would say each of them take a part of your soul, and make you more empty… because of that I stopped doing that… and I knew this was a mentally healthy thing to do."

I was totally addicted. It was soul-eating. I discovered I was addicted about 3 or 4 years in, and I realized that my life was taking a drastic turn. I was in school but I wasn’t interested in school anymore. I was heavily into running but I wasn’t interested in a single bit of running. I was just interested in clubs and girls… and I was tired of just focusing on girls and not focusing on my life… I decided to build myself first, that is what I am doing now…"

In a free society, it is a fundamental right to enjoy a sexual lifestyle of one’s own choosing (within the limits of the law). As lockdowns continue to abate, more and more people will be looking to rekindle their sex lives: including casual sex, one-night stands, and "friends with benefits." For some people, this will be harmless fun and an enjoyable recreational activity.

But some research—

Psychology Today

Tags: Loneliness, Mental Health, Post, Psychology, Sex

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24-Jun-2020


Singles and Couples Are More Divided Than Ever 

 

In the proudest moment of my quarantine, I built my own bike. Am I confident enough in the structural integrity of this bike to actually ride it? No—I duct-tape most of my furniture to the wall so it doesn’t collapse. If I were quarantining with a boyfriend, would I have insisted that he step in to help around hour seven? Absolutely.

Isolating with a partner creates genuine challenges, despite the gushing you might encounter online. “Quarantining has amplified any issues we’ve had in our marriage,” says Jen Tokaji, a 44-year-old office manager in Los Angeles. “It has really made the division of household chores and child care even more divided.”

Complaints like Tokaji’s are clearly valid, but that doesn’t mean the singles aren’t bothered by them. “When [couples] complain about relatively benign things and use hyperbole (‘We might kill each other by the end of this!’), it's kind of condescending to single people who don't even have the option to potentially murder their spouse/partner,” says Brooke Knisley, a 29-year-old writer in Boston.

The Atlantic

Tags: Environment, Lifestyle, Loneliness, Portrait, Quarantine, Relationships

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19-May-2020


22 percent of millennials say they have “no friends” 

 

Today, members of the millennial generation are ages 23 to 38. These ought to be prime years of careers taking off and starting families, before joints really begin to ache. Yet as a recent poll and some corresponding research indicate, there’s something missing for many in this generation: companionship.

A recent poll from YouGov, a polling firm and market research company, found that 30 percent of millennials say they feel lonely. This is the highest percentage of all the generations surveyed.

Vox

Tags: Environment, Inhumanity, Loneliness, Mental Health, Neglect, Parental Burden, Psychology, Social Media, Study, Treatment

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03-Aug-2019