“One time, *when I was diagnosed*, my mom didn’t have any money to get food and we were starving for two or three days in a row. *She couldn’t get a job because she had to take care of me*,” Trevor told ABC. “I don’t want nobody else to feel that way.”
Hard to take back a birth that had already happened. SMH”
ranger197172 on Oct 20, 2013 at 21:04:03
“One time , i doubt it was one time.”
ranger197172 on Oct 20, 2013 at 20:51:31
“If she had taken birth control or kept her legs closed she wouldn't have had thekid. You missed my point.”
“"We've" always been telling stores what to sell. That's how the free market works. A customer decides where to spend his/her money based on the values and merchandising choices of the retailer; the retailer either changes or doesn't, and either enjoys or suffers the consequences.
McDonald's didn't begin to serve salads because of a sudden health consciousness.”
“Sorry, make that *one* of the worst reasons. There are plenty of others.”
bluerosebuddha on Sep 17, 2013 at 13:40:47
“I concur entirely; I was being somewhat tongue-in-cheek. I just think we could focus on more important things than obsessing on what women look like after childbirth.
So many HP articles (and media in general) focus on women's bodies, weight issues, pregnancy, and mothering. These comprise 90% of the topics out there it seems. For many of us, none of those things are actually relevant.”
“I think that's one reason projects like these are helpful. There was a time when the changes of a woman's body were accepted and celebrated, rather than frightening. It's only because of the constant images of "perfection" (photoshopped and airbrushed into oblivion) that women feel so desperately afraid of marks, bumps, lumps & sags.
We need many more images of beauty in our minds & need to be focused on helping our bodies be the best they can be to feed, nurture, and keep up with our children, as well as living as long as we can to the fullest we can.”
Sep 17, 2013 at 12:55:28
“As impressed as I am regarding the transformation, I am equally impressed, inspired, and encouraged at how you went about it, and the obvious support you have for one another. Thank you for sharing your story with us!”
“I asked my 14-yr-old son yesterday (a little polling of my own) what he thought of Miley. His reaction was swift and strong: "Yuck, I can't stand her now". He went on to lament how much he used to like her show. This is a young man who didn't watch the VMA's (although I'm sure he's either heard about it or watched the performance on YouTube).
My 17-yr-old daughter, when asked whether she had seen or heard about her newest video, said no--when told it contained Miley swinging nude on a wrecking ball, her response was "Ew".
Ms Cyrus is excited and happy, maybe even gloating a bit at the record tweets and attention she's gotten. My concern for her is that when the excitement over the numbers is gone, the negativity overwhelming those numbers will feed on her deepest insecurities--and down the rabbit hole she'll go. In someone with a strong base of character, that kind of devastation can make a person grow. I fear she hasn't the strength of character to come out stronger on the other side.”
“Philip Morris also spends millions on classes and educational materials for those hoping to quit smoking.
It's absolutely nobody's fault but the parents' that the little girl shot herself; however, leaders of the NRA have publicly stated that they would like to see guns in the hands of every American. Current Constitutional rights notwithstanding, think about how many Americans are foolish and irresponsible parents--it's likely there are some you even know personally. Should they really have deadly weapons? It's their right, and it's nobody else's business. But this is what the NRA, as it stands today, would like to see.
It's a shame that the NRA is not the same organization it once was.”
“Check the comments section under your profile. They did get posted. Look above the comments to see if you are looking at comments organized by Most Faved. Yours will only show under an article if you click Most Recent.”
“St. Lucy's may not change; although there have always been wonderful teachers and staff there, the administration has shown examples of hypocrisy and favoritism for decades. Ken loves the school and the students, but there are many places that would love to have the talent and dedication he has. He's one in a million & he will land on his feet.”
Jul 28, 2013 at 13:48:27
“Remember, she's 26. Someone in her 20's can exercise her weight off. As women become older, diet becomes a much more important component to weight loss. At that point, exercise is more important for heart and bone health.”
Jul 28, 2013 at 13:46:16
“Well, no, not "period". For someone with insulin resistance: Eat a donut, run a mile, store the calories as fat. Eat twice the calories of the donut in nuts, run a mile, burn the fat. It's the reason people with insulin resistance can eat many more calories after cutting carbs & still lose weight.
Calories in, calories out is simplistic and at best only applies to those with insulin sensitivity. Few significantly overweight/obese folks fall into that category.”
“How soon you forget. The outrage over Trayvon Martin's killing began when the Sanford PD refused to arrest George Zimmerman for Trayvon's death. The SPD decided to act as judge and jury. Apparently, the LAPD is doing all they can to arrest the individuals responsible for this young man's murder.
Apples and oranges...or apples and acorns. One has nothing to do with the other.”