(PCM) This May 25th, 2013, there will be Marches Against Monsanto held all over world, inspired by marches already held in Europe, protesting Monsanto, the primary source of genetically modified foods.
Why Are We/They Protesting This Time?
It is all about GMOs – Genetically Modified Organisims, basically foods with modified genes for human and animal consumption.
In plants, it means that they are modified to be more tolerant to hebidides and insecticides.
in animals, research in using genetically modified animal cells are creating possible cures for diseases,…Read full post
I have decided to take on the Durex “Liberating Side Of Being Together” challenge with my partner Mike and together we are very much looking forward to gaining some new insight into the ways that we will be able to incorporate the “Get Closer, Go Further” philosophy into our relationship.
We have recently received our absolutely fabulous “Play Together, Stay Together” Toolkit from Durex, filled with all kinds of fun items to help us in our journey of relationship growth and exploration both mentally and of course…Read full post
Wedding season is almost here and wedding preparations are in full frenzy. You have so much to think about and plan – invitations, dresses, showers, cake, flowers, ceremony location, reception details, and on and on. The list seems endless! Even so, one vital element for making the day flawless often gets forgotten—deciding how to “manage” your future mother-in-law.
This relationship, after all, may feel a bit awkward at first. Your fiancé’s mother is not your…Read full post
Whenever a young woman meets a tragic end, Pat Brown’s phone starts to ring. She spends the next few days on the national TV circuit making appearances on The Today Show, CNN, Nancy Grace, and more. She talks about what kind of person would commit the crime in question whether it’s a rape, murder, or some other horrific violation. Her hope is that by sharing some thoughts that may not have occurred to some of the viewers, she might save some lives.
In her book, How To Save Your Daughter’s Life:…Read full post
By Jennifer Woods
Preparing to go on vacation is an exciting time, particularly if you are travelling to a far-flung destination. However, as well as thinking about what new clothes you plan to treat yourself to for going away, it’s vital that you consider what steps you can take to keep yourself fit and well while you travel. Here we take a look at a number of important areas that you should take into consideration before you step on to the plane to jet off.
Although sometimes you do plan…Read full post
According to statistics from NDP Group, the average per-month cable bill in the U.S. hovers around $85. That’s a significant portion of monthly expenses. What’s more, cable bills are projected to top $200 dollars a month by 2020. So unless the average cable subscriber starts saving money now, he or she can expect the cable bill to increase 6% every year, as it has been steadily doing the last four years.
Of course, many people are stumped as…Read full post
By Denise Austin, world renowned health and fitness expert and author of Side Effect: Skinny
Most women with PMS experience symptoms such as irritability, sluggishness, mood swings, and food cravings during this time of the month. While there is no cure for symptoms of PMS, these nutritional and exercise solutions may help:
· Stay on the 7-Day Fat-Blast Diet because it is balanced with a variety of complex carbs (vegetables, grains, fruits) and a moderate amount of…Read full post
When I hear women say that they don’t have women friends, they don’t like women, and they simply find men to be better friends it is a ‘red flag’ to that women’s self-esteem. It is a woman who looks in the mirror and doesn’t like what she sees. After all, in a sense, this is what the purpose of friendship is; aspects of yourself kaleidoscopically reflected in your posse of friends. What? No friends at all. That says just as much, even louder.
In friendship, we hold ourselves accountable to one…Read full post
(PCM) The usual resolutions we tend to make year after year – lose weight, save money, get a new job – are great resolutions if we can actually stick to them past February, but the fact is, less than 10 percent of us will be successful. So, why not try something a little different this year: Resolve to spend more time with friends and loved ones in the new year! Studies show that friendships make aging more enjoyable, lessen grief,…Read full post
(PCM) Having already remarked professionally regarding the heartbreaking tragic news from Newtown, CT in recent days, within my scope as a trauma counselor I expressed my concern for the child survivors and families and for the visitors of PCM who may have endured trauma in their lives, who in re-witnessing it via the media.
I now must urgently respond to early and as yet unconfirmed reports that the shooter at Sandy Hook Elementary School (who remains nameless…Read full post