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Two survival skills for women that nobody can teach you

Two survival skills for women that nobody can teach you

You were: neglected, beaten, manipulated, lied to, ordered, forced, disrespected, humiliated or threatened

Two survival skills for women that nobody can teach you

One, that nobody can ever break your spirit
Nobody can touch it
It is unmovable
It is unaffected
It is strong

They can take your body
They can give you pain
No matter what they do to you
They can never reach your soul
It is yours and yours alone

As long as your spirit is strong, your will to live, your conviction, your resolve and your willingness to get up and try again.

Second survival skill is your malleable heart that never gives up that you can trust people and believing:

in beauty
in love
in hope
in faith
in peace
in innocence
in purity
in the little child in you

No matter what happens.

Two survival skills that nobody can teach you

An unmovable spirit and  a malleable heart that will get you through anything.

More skills are…

Turn the energy that you are using to suffer to improve your circumstances

Find something to do about your situation, even a small action will make you feel better as a person drowning hold onto anything that comes in his hand

Ask for help

Practice faith over fear, doubt and worry

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Are all men liars?

Are all men liars?

Like any segment of the society, there are liars in any community. However, it is trait found per-dominant in South Asian men.

Any culture, country or religion can have men who are liars.

Are all  men liars?

Of course, not all of them are liars. But, be aware of all these ways they would lie to you.

The man is married with or without children and tells you that he is single. Be-aware of the signs like does he answer his phone, when does he see you or is he making you part of his social life taking you out, and introducing you to his friends openly.

  • some of them have wives back in their own country
  • they will use the ply I am so lonely
  • I don’t have a good relationships with my wife
  • my wife does not treat me well or does not give me sex etc.
  • dating girls and making false promises about marrying them

A friend (Caucasian girl; name withheld) dated and lived with this South Asian guy for 11 years and he never took her to see his parents. There was always an excuse or another.

Most of these men never intend to marry a girl from the developed world. To them these women are good enough to have fun with, sleep with and for time pass, but when it comes to marrying they will go back to their own country and bring a virgin. The excuse is that I got pressured into the marriage. Then they lament about the true relationship they initially had.

Who is there to hold them accountable?

Or are you too gullible to see into their lies?

A friend said “Why do you keep attracting liars?”

Read a horrific story here about men who lie.

What do you think about are all  men liars?

This is an open dialogue, please feel free to comment and contribute.

Please submit your story about are all  men liars?

The truth about liars Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Are all  men liars?

Does this documentary make you think again?

Women are considered as liars too by many men.

Make sure to watch the above videos about self-deception, creating illusions and accepting lies learned by age 4.

From minor lies to having people taking advantage of others completely.

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Self-Defense for South Asian women

Self-Defense for South Asian women

This blog is going to include self-defense for South Asian women:

These basic self-defense moves every woman should know and teach her daughter(s).

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How to make better decisions

How to Make Better Decisions

How to make better decisions?

Making decisions is a critical part of our life.

We must learn how to make better

BBC documentary on how to make better decisions.

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Part 4:

Part 5:

Weapons of Mass Deception

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Get Things Done

Get Things Done

Read instructions how to set-up your day

Move your body

Distractions

Listen from Predicament & Setting Hearts Free Podcast

Listen: http://www.hayhouseradio.com

Get Things Done

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Keep emergency 6 month consumables


Due to the economy in North America, everyone is talking about keeping 6 months supplies

Firewood/Coals/Fuel for stove 

extra tooth paste, toilet paper,
water

Flashlight and batteries

Radio and batteries or crank radio

Spare batteries (for radio and flashlight)

First-aid kit

Telephone that can work during a power disruption

Candles and matches/lighter

Extra car keys and cash

Important papers (identification)

Non-perishable food (ready-to-eat items that do not require refrigeration)

Manual can opener

Bottled water (4 litres per person per day)

Clothing and footwear

Blankets or sleeping bag

Toilet paper and other personal items

Medication

Backpack/duffle bag

Whistle (to attract attention, if needed)

Playing cards

Food items

Flour and/or wheat (wheat has a longer shelf life)

•Oats

•Rice

•Beans (pinto, navy, refried, and so on)

•Pasta (a variety of types)

•Vegetable oil

•Shortening

•Mayonnaise

•Peanut butter

•Honey

•Sugar

•Cooking essentials like baking powder, baking soda, salt, and yeast

•Powdered milk

•Canned meats, including tuna

•Canned fruits and vegetables

•Crackers

•Dry cereal

•Granola bars

•Popcorn

•Nuts or trail mix

•Boxed sides such as stuffing or mashed potatoes

•Dry soup mixes

•Powdered drink mixes

List Of First Aid Kit Supplies

1.)A pair of latex gloves. Many diseases are transmitted by touching bodily fluids such as blood and urine.

2.)Band Aids. The most common injury you will treat are small cuts and scrapes.

3.)Four inch sterile gauze bandages for those slightly larger cuts and bloody noses.

4.)One roll of cloth adhesive tape for taping bandages, and minor splitting like broken fingers.

5.)Ipecac syrup for ingesting poisonous substances.

6.)Ammonia inhalants for fainting.

7.)Cotton roll sterile dressing for holding bandages on the bigger lacerations and abrasions and to put direct pressure on wounds to stop the bleeding.

8.)One pair of blunt scissors for cutting bandages, and removing clothing if needed.

9.)Eye wash to flush out an eye if water is not readily available.

10.)Tweezers for removing those splinters.

11.)Cold packs for bumps on the head, sprains, and heat exhaustion.

12.)One tube of antiseptic ointment to clean minor cuts.

13.)Cotton swabs to get particles out of the eye, ear and to apply ointment.

14.)Plastic Zip-Lock bags for a variety of purposes, including cleaning up hazardous material or storing cut-off fingers, etc.

15.)Disinfectant wipes to clean yourself after you’ve treated someone’s wounds.

15.)Benadryl, to help reduce swelling at any time. This can be used for bug bites and allergic reactions.

16.)Goggles to prevent fluids and other objects from getting into your eyes.

17.)Flashlight in case someone is hurt in the dark or in a power outage situation. It would be wise to check the batteries frequently in the flashlight.

18.)Rescue Blanket; the reflective kind, that can also be used for keeping someone warm, keeping them cool, or signaling aircraft or someone using binoculars trying to

find you.

19.)If you’re CPR-certified, carry around a CPR face shield. This will also help to prevent you from coming in contact with the injured party’s bodily fluids and will help

prevent catching disease.

20.) A lollipop to calm a child that is afraid when injured.

Camping equipment-tent, sleeping bags, multi-layered clothing

Stove

Carry a WINTER STORM SURVIVAL KIT in Your Vehicle

–blankets/sleeping bags;

–flashlight with extra batteries;

–first-aid kit;

–knife;

–high-calorie, non-perishable food;

–extra clothing to keep dry (including hat, socks and mitts, not gloves);

–a large empty can and plastic cover with tissues and paper towels

for –sanitary purposes;

–a smaller can and water-proof matches to melt snow for drinking;

–sack of sand (or cat litter);

–shovel;

–windshield scraper and brush;

–tool kit;

–tow rope;

–booster cables;

–water container with water;

–brightly colored cloth to use as a flag;

–compass and road maps;

–keep your gas tank near full to avoid ice in the tank and fuel lines.

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Your dealing with life events

Life Events (Canadian related information)

There will be many important events throughout your life.  In some cases, the Government of Canada may provide assistance or important information.  Select a life event for programs, services and information related to the topics below.

Asking the right questions

Conducting Research

It is alright, if you don’t know.

Have the confidence to call up and ask questions.

Request, Register or Pay anything in the City of Toronto

Seven Sins of the Marketplace


 7. Sin of Addition
6. Sin of Omission
5. Sin of Creation
4. Sin of Salvation
3. Sin of Assurance
2. Sin of Persuasion
1. Sin of Deception

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