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The Fallout of Not Facing the Toxic Behaviors of a Selfish Friend

Back in high school, my best friend and I would hang out all the time. We were in the same grade, we lived pretty close to each other, and we shared a lot of interests – tennis, the piano, and reading. We spent hours and hours talking about everything. She was smart and easy to talk to. But the problem was, she only seemed to care about herself. So when I wanted to share problems or successes in my own life, she was totally uninterested. Hanging out with her only left me feeling sad and lonely. It can be hard to identify toxic aspects of any relationship. But just because you see your friends often doesn’t mean you’re not lonely. Toxic behaviors turn your good intentions into vain acts. Selfish friends will focus far more on their own needs, neglecting yours. While hanging out will be fun for a while, they will consistently drain your energy and leave you feeling abandoned. The Flawed Ways to Handle a Selfish Friend Imagine a friend who is constantly minimizing your own life stress

crossconnectmag: Paintings by Robert Bissell Imaginary Realist...

crossconnectmag : Paintings by Robert Bissell Imaginary Realist Robert Bissell creates a completely different atmosphere from our daily experience, inviting us to learn more about ourselves. In his paintings, the world of animals is a mirror for human existence, self-definition and reflection. Bissell’s work causes us to reflect on the environment, life, death, renewal and the stages of transition - departing from the safety of family, and making our way in the world.  He regularly exhibits in museums and galleries across the United States and Europe. Bissell hopes his paintings appeal to the intellectual child in us, reminding us of the mythic and universal human values in the tradition of the great heroic quest stories. His work encourages us to reflect on nature, the roads we travel, and the choices we make along the way. Artist living and working in San Francisco, CA, United States. Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Twitter - Instagram posted by Margar

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crossconnectmag : Paintings by Robert Bissell Imaginary Realist Robert Bissell creates a completely different atmosphere from our daily experience, inviting us to learn more about ourselves. In his paintings, the world of animals is a mirror for human existence, self-definition and reflection. Bissell’s work causes us to reflect on the environment, life, death, renewal and the stages of transition - departing from the safety of family, and making our way in the world.  He regularly exhibits in museums and galleries across the United States and Europe. Bissell hopes his paintings appeal to the intellectual child in us, reminding us of the mythic and universal human values in the tradition of the great heroic quest stories. His work encourages us to reflect on nature, the roads we travel, and the choices we make along the way. Artist living and working in San Francisco, CA, United States. Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Twitter - Instagram posted by Margar

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bedelgeuse:totality - anatomical collage art by bedelgeuse

bedelgeuse : totality - anatomical collage art by bedelgeuse

Katie Watersell Digital Artist from UkraineMy Facebook          ... crss

Katie Watersell Digital Artist from Ukraine M y Facebook                   ke-muri.com       Thanks knightofleo Like us on Facebook and Twitter      Posted by Andrew       crss

Katie Watersell Digital Artist from UkraineMy Facebook          ...

Katie Watersell Digital Artist from Ukraine M y Facebook                   ke-muri.com       Thanks knightofleo Like us on Facebook and Twitter      Posted by Andrew      

How Discipline Makes Children More out of Control

A 7 year old boy was lost and never found in the woods of Nannae, Hokkaido in May of 2016. The bear infested area was scoured by local authorities, but heart-breakingly, the little boy never turned up. What was a 7 year old boy doing alone in the forest to begin with? According to his parents, little Yamato Tanooka was left there as a form of “punishment” for throwing stones at cars driving by. Shortly returning after the fact, they realized they had made a grim mistake. Their son was nowhere to be found. [1] The fate of little Yamato will remain a horrifyingly tragic mystery. But what about his parents? It can be assumed that they had good intentions. They were trying to instill discipline in their son and showed him that there were consequences to his actions. But they had to learn a difficult lesson: there were even worse consequences to their disciplinary tactics. How Parental Discipline Goes Rotten Parents set guidelines and boundaries for their children to ensure their safe

iheardtheyeatcigarettes:Abandoned Mental Asylums - Hotels - Part...

iheardtheyeatcigarettes : Abandoned Mental Asylums - Hotels - Part 2 Excellent collage