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Genia Kluba
Never underestimate the strength and courage you possess...
Never underestimate the strength and courage you possess...
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Love the following post so I thought I would share it!
Three ways to deal with situations you don't like

There are only 3 ways to deal with stuff you find wrong:

1. Change the situation.
2. Change the way you think about the situation.
3. Leave the situation.

Notice, in all three cases, that it's you who has the problem, and it's you who is responsible for doing something about it.

Which is why bitching about the situation only annoys everyone around you, and makes the situation worse.

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For the study, researchers performed brain scans and cognitive assessments on the subjects at baseline and then again two years later. The study involved 43 volunteer participants, with an average age of 64, who did not have dementia. At the start of the study, approximately half (22) of the participants had normal aging and the other half (21) had mild cognitive impairment, or MCI, a condition that increases a person's risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.

Researchers found that for both groups, increases in FDDNP binding in the frontal, posterior cingulate and global areas of the brain at the two-year follow-up correlated with progression of cognitive decline. These areas of the brain are involved in decision-making, complex reasoning, memory and emotions. Higher initial baseline FDDNP binding in both subject groups was associated with a decline in cognitive functioning in areas such as language and attention at the two-year follow-up.

Understanding Commercially Sexually Exploited Girls
A Training Presented by the
My Life My Choice Social Work Student Action Team
Hosted by the Boston University School of Social Work

Join Boston-area social work students and alumni for a night of Survivor testimony and education about the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC).

Date: February 6, 2012
Time: 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Where: Boston University Photonics Building, Room 211
8 St. Mary Street, Boston MA

Participants will increase their knowledge about CSEC and learn how to
help at-risk youth avoid and/or exit prostitution through Survivor testimony
and an overview of area resources.

CEUs available!

This FREE event is OPEN to the public and Sponsored by the MLMC SW Student Action Team, a group comprised of local social work students from Boston College, Boston University, Salem State University, Simmons College and Wheelock College.

This training is being provided to you courtesy of the My Life My Choice Program!

If you're interested in attending please RSVP to

The MLMC Social Work Student Action Team is a group comprised of social work students from Boston College, Boston University, Salem State University, Simmons College, and Wheelock College. The group is committed to educating the next generation of social workers about CSEC through peer education and advocacy. For more information or to join the Team, please contact Krista Andberg at

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A few pictures of Dave after his performance with Tim in Connecticut on 11.19.11
November 19, 2011 Aftershow (2 photos)
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