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Nyawela Gianna
¤ learning how to live ¤ getting to know the person I am ¤ working to become the person I want to be...
¤ learning how to live ¤ getting to know the person I am ¤ working to become the person I want to be...
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"Symptoms of celiac disease include depression, fatigue & difficulty concentrating.  Psychological disorders often mimic physiological ones and both can be misdiagnosed independent of each other. Due to overlapping signs & symptoms it's difficult pinning down the underlying disease. Could celiac disease be the underlying one?" -- nya
Where Am I? Tired & Back to "Waiting"
Where Am I? Tired & Back to "Waiting"
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@Regrann from @colossill - Goodmorning Kings and Queens 👑 www.instagram.com/p/BcHuPNkjobs/
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Well this is disappointing 😒 I shouldn't be surprised. Just finally seeing it in black & white is...
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"The search giant has been collecting location data from Android smartphone owners, whether or not they have location services enabled. Though Android users can’t disable it, it looks like they won’t have to worry about it for much longer."
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I just can't adult in the early morning 😩
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"Turning Passive Passages into Active Writing" by Rob Bignell (Inventing Reality Writing Service)
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"For instance, when a person is facing a problem, the right way to go about it is to solve or overcome it. However, the ruminator takes an exceedingly long time over it, studying and analyzing it for hours. He repeatedly thinks about the problem and forgets to find a solution for it. That is when the repetitive thoughts turn problematic..."
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"For instance, when a person is facing a problem, the right way to go about it is to solve or overcome it. However, the ruminator takes an exceedingly long time over it, studying and analyzing it for hours. He repeatedly thinks about the problem and forgets to find a solution for it. That is when the repetitive thoughts turn problematic..."
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"Turning Passive Passages into Active Writing" by Rob Bignell (Inventing Reality Writing Service)
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Turn passive passages into active writing
Turn passive passages into active writing
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