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I have to agree with San Val. I'm amazed. I've been applying D&B differently and I think your technique is the best I've seen. Thank you!
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Thank you so much for the kind words. It's always nice to hear!!
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"... depressing statistic that only 36% of Americans own a passport. That’s really low (about 70% of Australians and 70% of Brits hold a passport) and though that number has been rising the last couple of years, it’s only because Americans are now required to have a passport when entering Mexico and Canada.

Americans don’t travel internationally that much."
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My favorite way to make potatoes and so easy. :)
 
Create a flavorful roasted red potatoes side dish with this easy-to-follow recipe: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/dmu2
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Is 25 the new cut-off point for adulthood?

"Frank Furedi, professor of sociology at the University of Kent, says we have infantilised young people and this has led to a growing number of young men and women in their late 20s still living at home.

"Often it's claimed it's for economic reasons, but actually it's not really for that," says Furedi. "There is a loss of the aspiration for independence and striking out on your own. When I went to university it would have been a social death to have been seen with your parents, whereas now it's the norm.

Neil gets a surprise visit from his parents in The Young Ones
"So you have this kind of cultural shift which basically means that adolescence extends into your late twenties and that can hamper you in all kinds of ways, and I think what psychology does is it inadvertently reinforces that kind of passivity and powerlessness and immaturity and normalises that."

Furedi says that this infantilised culture has intensified a sense of "passive dependence" which can lead to difficulties in conducting mature adult relationships."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24173194
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Pumpkin all day everyday!
 
The arrival of fall means you officially have our permission to break out your favorite spice cake recipes. Here are a few to get you started, like this Pumpkin Cake with Brown Butter Icing (slide 7): http://oak.ctx.ly/r/cjm8
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I've been feeling bad for Mellie for some time now. As a woman to another woman, and as a wife who loves her husband madly, I couldn't imagine having to bare witness of his infidelity with someone who she considered a trusted friend. But after the last episode I had a complete new level of respect for her, because of what she has endured for Fitz. She has sacrificed her whole life for him, and has been (literally) abused for him. 99% of movies and tv shows where the wife is being cheated on (if the show isn't about her) depict the wife as a conniving bitch. But never show why or how she became that way. There are always 2 sides to every story. All bitter or angry women didn't start out that way. I like that Scandal has shown us her side. I don't believe she has submitted to Fitz. She has given in, to requests and situations as a First Lady and a wife, but she has done it kicking and screaming. She is a very intelligent woman, and does have some respect for herself. But her ambitious side gets the best of her, and she has allowed the abuse to endure for all this time because she loves the power and status it allots her. There are motives behind everything she does.

The word submission, as you mentioned in your video, has a negative connotation because most of the stories we hear are of women who submit to their partner and are abused and disrespected, and where the partner does not reciprocate (like Mellie). We don't hear of any happy stories where women submit and who's partners treat them like gold. Does that mean they don't exist? I don't think so. I believe they do exist. As women we are taught to be "Strong Independent Women". "You don't need a man." "You don't bend for a man a man should bend for you." "Treat them like shit and they'll love you more." I can go on and on. We are taught that by women who have been used and abused. Who trusted and were betrayed. My grandma used to tell me "los hombres son el diablo!" ("men are the devil!") over and over when I grew up. She had deep hatred for men. She had been used, abused, and betrayed. I didn't understand why she felt that way because I never heard her stories until I was much older.

I think as a women when you "submit" you're doing it because (whether or not he is or isn't) you feel the man you're with is worth it, you know he is never going to steer you wrong, or jeopardize your relationship, and you love him. In Mellie's case she knows Fitz does not have her best interest at heart. She wants the power, and she does love him and has hope that he will love her back again. So she does what she is told.

When you truly submit you should do it willingly, blindly, and without reservation. You should realize your man only wants the best for both of you and isn't selfish in his actions. I think that in a prosperous relationship you both must submit to each other. 
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Getting Your Best Shot at a First Impression
Today, I'd like to talk about Business Portraits or Headshots. This is a subject I've been thinking about for a LONG time. Every time I go online and visit a company's website and see corporate team photos, or when I view someones social media business prof...
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How would you do it?
"How to tell your kid you're cutting him off"
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Madhere [ma-dare]

I'm very inspired by fashion photography.  I've established a following through my photography company Keenography PRIVÉ on Facebook and by publishing my images on various NYC internet fashion sites.  I offer beauty portraits to everyday women from young to seniors citizens.  I really enjoy photographing women who avoid being photographed!  Why?  Because I love bringing out their inner vixen which they thought they lost or never knew they had.

I've been a professional photographer for 4 years.  I've worked very hard at developing my style of photography which you will notice is very influenced by fashion.

I've been married a little over a year to my biggest supporter, Greg.  He assists me in all my shoots and we shoot all events together.  
My family is from El Salvador, and I'm a 1st generation Salvadorean American.  Yes, I love pupusas!  I'm glad they are vegetarian, because I converted to pescatarian in 2011.  I am always searching for new recipes! So please share any good ones you may have!

I'm love traveling, but I'm based out of the best city in the world!! NEW YORK!

Find me on Instagram:  sandymadhere

Personal Twitter: @slmadhere

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